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Tim Corbin

Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN

Men's Baseball Coach, NCAA I, SEC

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3.8

Average rating

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3.8
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3.4
Direct
3.9
Honest
3.9
Intense
4.4
Knowledgeable
3.9
Motivational
3.6

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2.6

4 months ago

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Direct
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Honest
5
Intense
3
Knowledgeable
2
Motivational
1
Comments

Do your research before committing to play for Corbin. Things are not always as they appear.

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Do your research before committing to play for Corbin. Things are not always as they appear.

4.6

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5 months ago

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Cool
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Direct
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Honest
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Intense
5
Knowledgeable
4
Motivational
4
2.6

11 months ago

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Direct
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Honest
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Intense
5
Knowledgeable
4
Motivational
3
Comments

Baseball consumes coach Corbin 24/7 and he expects the same amount of dedication from his players. Corbin is an extremely intense person who is self-centered, deceitful, untrustworthy. Potential future players should be aware that he will cut players in their junior and senior years, framing it as the players decision.

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Baseball consumes coach Corbin 24/7 and he expects the same amount of dedication from his players. Corbin is an extremely intense person who is self-centered, deceitful, untrustworthy. Potential future players should be aware that he will cut players in their junior and senior years, framing it as the players decision.

2.4

12 months ago

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Cool
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Direct
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Honest
3
Intense
3
Knowledgeable
1
Motivational
1
Comments

Biggest strength of this coach is his ability to recruit top talent. If he's in the public, he's recruiting. He creates a toxic and abusive culture, attempting to motivate through fear, manipulation, intimidation and mind control. Players should plan to spend up to 8 hours per day devoted to baseball with lectures, practice and conditioning.

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Biggest strength of this coach is his ability to recruit top talent. If he's in the public, he's recruiting. He creates a toxic and abusive culture, attempting to motivate through fear, manipulation, intimidation and mind control. Players should plan to spend up to 8 hours per day devoted to baseball with lectures, practice and conditioning.

4.9

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Over 1 year ago

Accessible
5
Cool
5
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
4
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
4.9

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Over 1 year ago

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5
Cool
4
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
4.1

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Over 1 year ago

Accessible
4
Cool
4
Direct
3
Honest
3
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
4.6

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Over 3 years ago

Accessible
5
Cool
5
Direct
3
Honest
4
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5