As a sophomore they cannot make you an offer. That can only happen during the early signing period Nov. of your junior year.
Do not accept anything from them in terms of gifts as that could impact your eligibility. Certainly do not commit as it seems you have other schools you are interested in.
You have to pay your way.
I would suggest you go to the clinics of the schools you want to attend as soon as they have their next one.
Go and have fun. Listen and learn.
I was invited this weekend to pitch at a college.
Their were college an pro scouts at the game.
After the game I was showm a text message from a college coach.
Nathan is awesome would give him 100% ride.
I want him to call me.
I called an they want me to come to college on tenth for 2 days.
My coach said they may mention commitment.
1.Should I go?
2.Can they do that?
3.This may not be the school I want to attend.
4.How should I handle myself?
At the end of the games a certian closer for one of the teams that almost made it to the World Series walked up to me.I knew who he was from seeing him pitch on TV .I was shocked. We talked and he asked me where I wanted to go to school I told him and he smiled. A few minutes later I was shown another text from the college I think I want to attend.I have 2 more yrs after this yr.
How should I handle this ? Can this be possible? Please commit Dick Mills
You have the luxury of time. Go visit schools that interest you. If you’re getting interest as a sophomore the interest will only increase over time. Don’t waste time on schools you don’t want. It’s fun to get the attention but after a while it’s a drag.
Thankfully, my son is getting interest. Unfortunately, it’s all coming late in the fall of his senior year and most of the schools he’s interested in have filled their quotas for RHP. We were ready to hang it up until spring but then received a very generous offer from Evansville (Missouri Valley Conference) and they’re pushing for an answer by Wednesday. Wasn’t on the radar, but they have a decent program for my son’s major. Guess it’s better to have this problem than not…
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