Fenway nailed it, he is way behind the curve. Your making the mistakes of many, many, many posters who come through here. "Big Johnny hits/throws.runs "fill in the number" he does this better than Bobby who just got a full scholly from Big Time Baseball U."
Realize for most of our kids/parents/families getting an opportunity to play college baseball is a freaking lot of work. So - "Make a plan and work the plan", which includes:
1. 30-40 programs that fit his profile that include size, academic match, distance from home, cost, THEN baseball. Baseball should include: stretch, good, easy, in all divisions 1-3.
2. Get the Princeton, Fiske, US News, etc and start to review them as part of developing a profile list. Sit as a family nightly and develop this list, talk about the costs, desires, wants, needs and then the baseball program.
3. Get a scout to evaluate the player and as TPM indicated. This needs to be someone who has NO vested interest in the player.
4. Develop a player profile with links to videos. (look them up they are here on this site) This is what YOUR PLAYER will be emailing to coaches and recruiters. Add some short video links. Short to the point, no "eye of the tiger" (look up how to do a video here)
5. Profile all of the schools he is interested in, with coaches names, contact information, etc. This is ancient but it should look like this.
6. Once you get all of this figured out set up a specific email address that your player and family can use to communicate with coaches and programs. Your player should be doing all of this BUT someone needs to proof everything that goes out.
7. Start working on a summer schedule and talk to the programs on where they are planning on going and go to those. As you get close make sure you email his playing schedule.
8. If he has not already done this start visiting the schools on his list so he has a true understanding of his interest in a program. Size, layout, location, etc.
9. Once you he gets some interest then there is a whole additional things you/him/family should be doing but this should get HIM started (NOT you) If he is not 100% committed to doing and working on this then stop now because playing college baseball is harder than you, him and his family can imagine.
10. PS make sure he gets a Pro-scout to invite him to the Area Code games in your area.
11. Remember programs recruit players not statistics, and they are looking for those that can play, have the right attitude and are interested in THEIR program.
Sorry if this was a bit blunt, but seriously this is going to take 100's of hours to get sorted out and your Grandson will have to drive it not you or Mom/Dad.