A lot depends on the program.
I know some programs that already have placed their freshmen along with the returning classes on Summer Rosters in leagues like the Valley, NYCBL, Ripken, PG, The Cape, Alaska, Hawaii, Great Lakes etc.
You can always ask your Coach about it now, tell him you’d like to know what league he would recommend (he doesn’t really need to see you play more games since he’s already seen you for the entirety of your fall program and can make a pretty well educated guess about where you project) you play in that would benefit you the most to improve, and then see if he can get you a spot on a team within that league.
Along with that your Coach can usually talk to the Coach of the Summer program at some point in time and tell the Summers Coach how many innings he’d prefer you to either get or not go over, etc.
My freshman year of College I didn’t get placed until near the end of the season but that’s because I never asked until then, my Coach told me if I would if asked sooner I would of had more options.
Hope this helps