PABASEBALL wrote “he has great measurables and I’m sure he would stand out.....”
I attend Showcases regularly looking for JuCo players. There are only a few things that turn a coaches head at these events. A sub 6.6 sixty time will do it. So will 90 mph + FB velo on the mound. A hitter that makes a different sound when the ball comes off his bat will do it too. But that’s about it. Nobody cares what exit velo a kid can generate off a tee with a Happy Gilmore swing. Nobody cares if a kid throws 85 across the diamond vs 89. Coaches recruit kids that are good players after they have seen them play in person with their own eyes. Good players have great hands and feet. They also have good instincts. They know how to run the bases, they take good angles to the ball, they know what base to throw to, and they have intangibles - like heart and leadership qualities. None of those things can be measured but they are the things that determine whether a player is recruitable. Just my 2 cents but most coaches I know have the same opinion.