My son was invited to "Junior Day" in January at a college he is interested in. Problem: they have never seen him play and they are 800+ miles away. They indicated he was one of a "select" group they were inviting since he is a left handed pitcher who pitches in mid-80's with 3.70 GPA - 6'2", 170 lbs. It is a time and money commitment for us to travel that far - do any colleges actually consider players they have never seen play just based on their profile/coaches' referral? Seems unlikely to us yet when we asked if they'd encourage him to attend a camp, etc where they could see him play first they continued to invite him based on info they had....we are just starting recruiting process and finding it very confusing!! Do they make money on Junior Day? There is no camp, tryout etc so we didn't think there was a cost except our travel expense but we haven't gotten the final details from them yet. Just been following your website for a few months now and very impressed with all of the info and help everybody gives each other - appreciate it!