The old saying still applies " if you hit....they will find a position for you." Playing multiple positions can be an advantage as it gives a coach options defensively while keeping a bat in the lineup. My son was RC's number 2 choice on th board for his natural position. With Son also playing 2 other positions the RC made a decision to extend an offer anyway with the knowledge that so long as he shows progress with the bat he would have an opportunity to compete at position A, B, C and DH.
In college 99.9% of the time a player will be recruited at a position or pitcher not both. Your 2022 will need to decide where he has the best opportunity. If it is at a position, most recruits are not evaluated on their defense skills alone however many are evaluated just on their offensive skills. I may lean toward showcasing the outfield since there are more opportunities to play one of the three spots on the field rather than just one infield spot.
Just my opinion.