Two friends of my son's had labrum tears and subsequent surgery. Both are doing well and both are playing for major D1 programs. One is a catcher and one is a pitcher. It's funny as I look at a photo of them together on their 11 U team. The two I referenced had shoulder surgery and my son along with another teammate both had Tommy John. The other kid with Tommy John was drafted and signed. I can tell you I hear more success stories than I do failures. It all has to do with the rehab assuming the surgeon is good.
Here's a little friendly advice... Find the equilibrium of being careful but not babying it. A MLB rehab coach worked with my son and thought he was babying it too much. He was following the protocol to a T but his throwing motion became somewhat altered because it was harder to continue to lob the ball. All is well now.