Just curious looking at your signature seeing your age, did you try out in 8th grade. Atleast around here if that was the case coaches generally let 8th graders try out but it’s quite rare for them to take one simply because they have to be above and beyone the freshman, otherwise taking them and letting them on the bench does them little to no good.
On talking to coach, atleast at my high school our coach told everyone on the last day of tryouts if you get cut you were welcome to set up some time to talk to him about what he saw and what he didn’t, and what needed to be done.
And just a couple thoughts, and it appears you want a spot and your not going to back down, but… and this goes for all players, for instance I’ve got a couple friends who got cut from the team and their pride is going to keep them from trying out again, if no body that got cut give it another shot the next year, he must of kept the right guys.
To get noticed things everyone can do:
Run to everything in the tryout, don’t walk
Make eye contact when coaches are talking to you
Yes sir/no sir (maybe that’s more of a southern thing idk lol)
Leave it all on the field, on a single up the middle dead sprint to first no jogging, if your in the field do all the little things on a routine ball, not simply the motions.
Sounds like you really want it, and go at it!