My goals regarding baseball for the near future is to see how far and hard I can throw with a healthy arm. I'm not planning playing college ball at any point. I am simply throwing/pitching for the joy of it and to see how good at it I can get.
If I get to the point where I'm throwing hard and am healthy, maybe I'll consider changing my mind about the college team or possible try out for an independent team, but for now, all I want to do is throw.
Throwing in itself is quite enjoyable. Even if I stay where I am currently, I will continue to throw for as long as I can. Long tossing will never get old. Especially when I'm able to make it out 320ft consistently.
Interesting note, I may have miscalculated my distance from earlier this year when I was long tossing before camp. My shoes are slightly longer than a foot, which makes a big difference when I'm making over 300 steps in a row. I may have gotten out to around 350 feet, which is crazy good. But I can't confirm that to be for sure.
So I answered you questioned with a lot, but I hopefully it all makes sense.
Baseball and throwing doesn't have to be done for a team or for competition only. Just like how I lift, but not for lifting competitions. Some things are fun to do.
But we'll see. Maybe my arm will develop well and I'll consider trying out for independent ball or something. We'll see.