Hey everyone. First post here. My son is a high academic kid and is a soph. RHP. Had some terrible travel ball experiences playing on a few elite regional teams. Had an injury during first year with national level travel team, which he seems to have overcome. I know he burnt out this past summer, too. Didn't play last summer and came back to HS ball in spring and really reconnected with the game and had a good year on varsity as soph. despite not playing at all for the year before. We're about to talk to ask if he's ready to commit to trying to play in college; needs to be his decision (I think he was playing to please rather than for himself). He wants to go IVY academically or high academic D3. He is 6'1, about 160 lbs., probably tops out 81-82 right now with plus curve, developing change. I'm a former DI pitcher so I have no illusions. His Mom and I see baseball as a way to get into the best school possible rather than it turning into anything beyond that. From what I see, if he wants it and puts on some muscle, adds strength, he can get in the ballpark 85+ and get in the conversation. He's about my size when I was his age and I eventually topped out around 87-88 mph as a soph. in college. The question is if he chooses to go for it, should the circuit start this summer or after he's stronger and more developed, i.e. fall/winter showcases then go full out summer before senior year?