Let's face it, NCAA baseball scholarships don't usually amount to a lot of money. Your player marketing should focus on schools that you can afford to pay for yourself. Visits give an idea of how he likes the area and the school (some are "ugly" and some are "nice" with no set criteria for either one.) Another question is does he have an interest in academics, or does he just want to play baseball? Major? Check rosters online. Junior college? Call the coach and arrange a tryout in the fall. Where would he want to go to school if he couldn't play baseball? You know that just because the s chool is D1 it doesnt mean that the baseball is better than some D2. Don't get hung up on the Div.