Assuming you and your family are okay with you walking away from an academic scholarship then you may want to see if you are a fit for a JUCO. Probably a tough task at this point but if your coaches don't have an opportunity for you they may assist you in finding a landing spot that works for you. Many coaches seem to have relationships with specific JUCOs. They may be okay with assisting you to land at a JUCO then recruit you later if you are a fit and bridges are not burned. There are many coaches who do have their players interest in mind. Coaches obviously have a goal of winning but many are not selfish and do have a desire to see you succeed.
It cost you nothing to have an adult conversation with your coaches to see what they may be able to help you do. If they convince you that you are the right guy for next year then they should help you land on a Summer team that will get you ready to win a job in the Fall of next year. If they don't seem to have you in their plans they you have to decide between school and baseball. If you have a club team it will provide some opportunity to play in the Spring.
Do well in school academically to keep your options open.