Now that there's a forum for this type of thing I thought it would be a good idea to get one going for CASon rather than hijacking 4thgen's.
CASon took most of the week off to stretch and condition his shoulder not throwing from Monday thru Wednesday and then only played some light long toss on Thursday. On Saturday he went to a pitching camp at USC. That was a bit of a mix. Once they got done with some fielding drills they split the 8 pitchers into two groups of 4 who were split between the visitor's and home bullpens. CASon's group went to the home bullpen where an assistant whose background I don't know supervised a bullpen. He really didn't know what was going on and two of the kids threw a 60 or 70 pitch bullpen while CASon and another kid sat and watched. The time was supposed to be split evenly between the kids but this guy thought they were going to spend the entire time in that bullpen. Halfway through the session they then switched over to the visitor's bullpen where USC's pitching coach had the kids take turns throwing pitches so all of them got about an even amount of throwing during that half of it.
On the good side the pitching coach seemed pretty capable and was able to make a couple pretty good suggestions for CASon to work on. CASon's fastball command was surprisingly good and he seemed to be throwing reasonably hard for him, though I really can't judge the speeds well without a gun. His command of the changeup although improved was pretty poor and his command of the curve wasn't too good either but that wasn't surprising as he hadn't had the bullpen session to work on it at all.
The pitching coach seemed mildy interested in CASon mostly because of his size at 15yo and possibly because of his fastball command and movement. We'll probably go back to some more of their camps, not that CASon is likely to be a USC caliber player, but if he makes a good impression on their pitching coach he might be able to help him catch on elsewhere.