I wasn’t saying that doubting him.
Just trying to encourage him.
I went to several D1 games this year. My hometown team was a very solid D1 program (UNR) who was ranked pretty highly at one point this year. I saw Nevada, Fresno St., Univ. of San Francisco, New Mexico…I counted 3 or 4 90mph fastball throwers total. I am sure there were others on each team I did not see. I did not see one guy sitting 92+. The guys I saw that were hitting 90+ were sitting 88-90 touching 91 or 92 from traditional arm slots.
A sidearm guy that can create a different look with movement with that kind of velo should be a great get for a program. A day 1 closer type if nothing else if he has good control. Many highly regarded baseball JCs would jump a kid like this too if his main priority is getting work and getting drafted.