First…I’m not a coach. I’m a player who has gone thru this all. Now being recruited by power 5- D1 programs and a couple MLB scouts. So take my personal advise for what it is worth…simply my opinion.
(IMO). Honestly your stats are not the issue. Not the first thing coaches look for necessarily when looking to recruit a player. Important yes, but I’ve seen more players recruited that could not hit the broadside of a barn, yet they could throw hard, were very athletic and competitive. So…I’d be more focused on your athleticism, competitiveness, strength, explosiveness, mental toughness & confidence right now. As long as your command remains good…the stats should take care of themself.
1st- I’d suggest setting measurable goals that are more inline with improved performance, strength, and overall outcome. Not just a goal of getting an offer. An offer is just an invite to a dance…you’ll still have to be able to dance.
2nd- An increase in velo would help get you more noticed. Get a good pitching coach & have your mechanics evaluated via video. Put a plan in place for evaluating your weaknesses, adding a strength training program & watch your velo increase. I’ve seen a simple grip change add 3MPH to a players FB. So maybe you’re not that far off. Set a goal of no less than 85 and keep increasing that number when you reach it. As a sidearm-er that number may be OK lower… but without seeing your mechanics it’s hard to know what action you may be getting as a softer thrower. Again…let your coach determine all that for you.
3rd- Do you post videos to twitter & tag flatground? If not…do that and then do it again, and again and again… If you do nothing else…do this weekly. Game video, bullpens, training, lifting, etc… Keep it professional. Offers will come if you can show promise & progress. After that…you then need to perform. So be prepared to fight to keep a spot! Best of luck to you!