Kingsman, I was serious about getting him to a showcase or camp at a school he’s interested in. You said you wanted him to face good competition and he should. The coaches at these events are looking for talent and they’re the ones pulling the trigger on offers, not us hsbbw denizens. THey also don’t have extra time for private tryouts unless they’ve seen him pitch before and like what they see so much that that they invite him to one. Your grandson could be a special player but there’s no way you’re gonna know if he doesn’t face real competition and soon. I know I’m repeating a lot of what’s been said already but you need to get the kid out of this frying pan and into that fire to see what he’s capable of. And you do NOT have a lot of time. I’d also suggest a plan B. Every contributor on this board had at least a plan B for their sons and some of them even had to use it (including me).