I've mentioned on here before about the "benefits" of Trackman but have said that there is still lots to learn about what the results tell us. From what little I've read, I think the lower spin rates do tend to result in a "sinking" fastball, whereas higher spin can result in a "rising" fastball. My 2017 had some readings a year or so ago topping out at around 2500, but he has throws from a lower slot so he gets a little extra movement as opposed to a "rising" fastball (based on the spin axis). I don't remember seeing measurements for break but suspect these are available and can help correlate velocity, spin rate and spin axes. As I understand it, your son throws exceptionally hard and I suspect a 95 mph fastball with an above average sink can certainly throw some folks for a loop.
Have any recruiters seen the data? Has anyone with the necessary expertise commented on the combination of velocity and spin?