Baseballkid111, 5’11" may not be short in the 9 to 5 fields or everyday life, but you’re kidding yourself and lying to VeLoCiTyy by saying it’s “not short at all” when compared to other baseball pitchers.
It’s basically fact that scouts look for a big frame - tall, broad, etc.
The good thing is that he is a lefty. Lefties often get a “pass” in those categories because, well, they’re lefties.
VeLoCiTyy, your teammates are not correct, in my opinion, by saying that you need to be recruited and offered by the end of your sophomore year if you ever want to play D1. If I am interpreting your post correctly, you’re entering your junior season, which means you still have your junior (and obviously senior) season to play. I’m also interpreting your post as saying you just finished your sophomore season, but missed it because of having/recovering from TJS. If that is the case, then of course you won’t be offered or recruited…college coaches didn’t get to see you at all!!!
Having TJS at such a young age is a little scary, but if you throw high 80s-low 90s from the left side, I have hard time believing you will go un-recruited much longer. That is VERY good, even for professional pitchers.
If any of my assumptions are incorrect, let me know, but regardless, make sure to keep your body in great shape to prevent any further injuries. As a sophomore/junior LHP throwing 88-91, you’ve got a bright future ahead of you. You’ve just got to stay on the field!