Son had a great High School career and was able to land a nice scholarship at a top 20 D-1 program. Topped out at 93 his senior year. Signed as a 2 way guy. Pitches around 100 innings between HS and summerball. Goes into fall workouts and Struggles with grades and they tell him to concentrate more on school and pitching, so they move him to pitcher only after about 10 AB and say he can help more on the mound then in the field. Son is fine with that and knows his future is on the mound. Pitches pretty well in the fall and tops out at 91. Spring practice starts and they had 3 weekends of scrimmages. First 2 outings went well for being a freshman, but his velocity was around 85. His last outing was rough and looked like he was throwing BP and velocity was still around 85. He said the pitching coach was not concerned about velocity right now, but I can't help not to worry that there might be a problem going on. I notice that some of the other freshman have lost a little bit of velocity. Is this just normal for freshman to lose a little due to not being use to all the workouts? He says his arm feels fine and is never sore, just velocity down. He was throwing harder as a junior in HS. After I have been stressing about this velocity stuff for the last couple of weeks, he finds out yesterday that he didnt make the travel team for the first away trip. I always heard it is tough being a freshman at a top program, but now wondering if we should have found a smaller pound.