i coach select summer league teams and am a professor at coffeyville community college in coffeyville, kansas.
i played division 1 at oral roberts university (we were ranked 2nd in the country for a short time, and i lived with dodger great jim brewer of the dodgers and vern ruhle who was a major league pitching coach for 6 years. he pitched on the same staff as nolan ryan. my teams and the teams my son plays(ed) on have won 6 national and world series titles. he is an under armor preseason all-american and been invited to participate in the arizona state university select 60 next fall and the power baseball homerun derby at tropicana field next january. i study the game carefully and have a pretty good idea what college and pro ball are looking for. one of the current problem with the information explosion is deciding who to listen to and who doesn't know what they are talking about. forums like this are a great place to discuss topics, but be careful. some of the information and advice you get is not good. you must develop an understanding of what a good pitcher does and know when someone lines up with solid information. it is good to ask for someone's background and credetials, just be careful. even some major leaguers give information that is way out there (marshall and his camp).
anyway, good luck and hope you get to play past high school if you want to. low 80's velocity will require a specialty pitch or delivery. you are on the right track throwing a knuckleball or down-under. if you can throws strikes and get movement you'll get your chance. just understand you will have to prove you can pitch. guys that are big with good velocity have to prove they can't pitch.
my teamate at oral roberts university was mike batesole
(head coach at current national champion fresno state, and one of my dearest friends is a full time scout. if you can play i can get you looked at but i will not recommend someone who can't show legitimate tools. there is an old saying in scouting circles "if i can't see it, i can't pay for it. i don't take what people say unless i know them well. anyway back to you.
same thing, pm your name, where you go to school, where you play summer ball and any current stats that you have including your height weight, gpa , etc. if you can pitch, are eligible, and are interested in traveling to coffeyville for a tryout, they need pitching like 80% of the junior colleges in the midwest. if you have the ability to pitch division 1 or professionally, someone has most likely seen you pitch and you don't need my help.
sent me your stuff and i'll take a look.