"Unless you are the rare caliber player that is truly looking to go pro, always have the school you go to be a priority."
I disagree with this conclusion. If you are a player looking to go pro PLUS have a projectable MLB tool, you will be found anywhere. Your college choice is irrelevant.
The attached photo shows scouts and exec's from all 30 teams watching the baseball powerhouses of Cornell and Princeton play in 2014.
Goosegg - LOL! I remember it like it was yesterday! Your son pitched a whale of a game with double digit strikeouts going 8 or 9 innings. He was throwing heat and had his pitches working that day. Our starter was throwing heat as well. It went 13 or 14 innings. My son was going to start the next game, but the coach put him to close this one when we scored late. It was the only game my son ever closed in his college career, and his last appearance.