I would focus on MIF. He should have soft hands and range, it appears he has a strong arm and I would also focus on speed development and high OBP. The most successful MIF's I saw in my son's college career were magic in the infield, and had a high OBP, plus speed. That is the profile you are trying to fit into. LHH helps also.
My son was a two way in college and was recruited by IVY's, received one offer but decided to go to a baseball powerhouse high academic D3. He pitched and played in the field his Fr year (OF), decided it was too much and played OF only in his So year, and then went two-way again in his Jr season until be broke his glove finger and converted back to a pitcher his remaining JR and Sr year. College baseball is hard enough with academics, and to put on IVY academics and two-way-play, and in particular MIF, is asking a lot for a mortal.
Sounds like you have a good plan.