Check out lefty, Ross Mitchell, who pitched for Mississippi State University. He tops out at around at maybe 80 mph. In a previous post I said 73 mph, but by his last year in college he was hitting 80. He was a great pitcher for them for 3 years. He was a big part of their run to the D1 college world series runner up finish in 2013. He started, middle relief, and closed. I think he may even do the pre-game field prep. So if he could do it in the SEC, you can do it anywhere. He did have crazy amounts of movement and killer accuracy though.
.828 winning percentage (24-5), a 1.93 career ERA
ERA drops to 1.86 (10-3) in 36 career SEC contests (10 starts)
Has held opponents to a lifetime .217 average
One of two pitchers in SEC history (Alan Johnson, 2003) to be SEC Pitcher of the Week three times in the same season