video video video, and get a rock solid list of schools that are in the target range and start sophomore year. Coaches can see things on video that might be worth discussion. Throwing 90 is one thing, throwing 87 with great command, knowing how to pitch, will also be enough for many programs. One of the most important factors is a GPA higher than 3.5, so the money doesn't hit the athletic budget.
Bravo to Bigjay!! Spot On! And they will go lower than 87 for that freebie. As for an earlier comment that to get on a roster you have to be recruited... this is simply not true. I suppose maybe its semantics and we have to define 'being recruited' but there are many kids who do a great job of getting themselves out there, get a luke warm response at best, then get that late call because they have a few spots to fill cause they didn't land choices 1 thru 10,000 (ok, slight hyperbole). If you want to call that being recruited then fine I will grant you can not be on a roster unless recruited.