That’s not a bad idea, it’s just wishful thinking.
Scouts have a set criteria, usually at the direction of someone who they report to. Professional Scouts are programed well in advance by the continual feedback of those in tune with the needs of the franchise. It’s a timely business that suits the commitments of ongoing contracts of those already on board, the finances supporting many things, and wants and will of the franchise’s Director of Scouting.
What I’m saying in a nutshell is, scouting is a demanding business that tries to compress just so much of that business, into a very, very limited time and space. It’s expensive and time consuming to dispatch a scout - and there are different scouts for different reasons, to take a look-see of unknowns like yourself.
Ok, lets fast forward this a bit. Some scouts will deliberately go off the beaten path, while traveling to their main objective. They’d watch backwater leagues, church leagues, civic leagues, town leagues and so forth, just trying to spot that one guy that no one else has seen. This “by chance” spotting can be your opportunity - IF - your really good.
I know all this sounds rather cold and impersonal, but then business is business, and that’s how you and everyone else has to look at it. Scouts can’t be everywhere, and their assigned territories can be large. So, there’s a pecking order of sorts that helps every franchise deal with workload. So addressing a franchise of your interests and request to be seen, has to fit into the workload of that franchise and their available personnel resources. So don’t be offended if you receive a nicely worded “thank you” letter, without anything definite as a follow up.
However, if you have the talent and the athletic capital to warrant been scouted - YOU WILL BE SCOUTED. Now depending on a lot of wants and needs of the franchises that scout you, your current and future career in this business could and can, take you in many directions.