1. Ask whoever was the head of your Jupiter team for guidance on who saw you, who if anyone expressed interest, and with whom he would recommend you follow up.
2. Identify the schools you would be interested in when combining academics, finances and baseball. Given where you are in the cycle, make sure you have submitted your applications to all of them by their deadlines; some of those deadlines are nearly upon you. Make sure you have e-mailed the coaches at those schools, expressing interest and providing a link to your Perfect Game profile page. That page will provide objective verification of your MPH.
3. Look into Headfirst's Honor Roll camp and others that focus on high academic schools.
I do have a few concerns. First, velocity isn't everything. If you threw with high velocity at Jupiter and garnered no interest, it leaves me wondering if despite the velocity perhaps it wasn't a pretty outing. Leveraging the velocity numbers is still something you should do, but if you're not throwing strikes or if your off-speed stuff just isn't college ready, it's going to be a tough sell.
And while recruiting desperation would perhaps entice you into throwing for people all the next 2 months, it would be better if you could hold off on that until maybe mid-February, to give you a proper winter rest period followed by a ramp-up. You're going to have to have a strong spring season on your school team.
It is an unfortunate side effect of the earlier and earlier recruiting time tables that many programs will simply have no room for you right now. If you're willing to look at walk-on opportunities, though, pretty much everyone can use one more quality arm, and if they're not spending any of their 11.7 on you, they might even take a flier on a development project.
Otherwise, if you're holding out hope for interest from major programs, you may have to wait and see who, e.g., loses a signee to the pro draft and therefore has a slot and some money to spend. So, this could linger into the summer months, and you should therefore be making some plans for what happens after school lets out.