OK, I think that I've done everything that I was supposed to do right down the list on the recruiting timeline. Grades could be a bit better - 1000 SAT (first try) and 2.8 at a college prep school.
Sent out letters of intro. and video when asked.
I've had a very successful h.s. career (with one year to go)in a great baseball area.
I was a starter this past summer with a high profile travel team from So. Fl. that played all over and played well, both defensively and offensively.
I've received a couple calls and actually really like the one. I made an "unofficial" visit at their suggestion. I've called them back and sent another e-mail today. But that's it so far, is this it?
I don't play alot during the fall and usually pick up in the middle of November. So, I'm getting concerned about this whole thing. I've had a couple friends that were pitchers that already verbally committed.
I can play out of state, as long as it's not one of those real expensive private schools and its not somewhere in the Northwest. But, I'm really surprised that I haven't had more attention, I'm starting to worry about this already.
Am I getting worried way to soon? Or should I keep searching and sending out my stuff, even though there isn't much chance that a school will see me play between now and Christmas?
Any advice will be appreciated. Thank.