It is mid summer and perhaps you have been playing and being seen but still nothing in the mailbox or no phone calls. NOT TO WORRY !!!
There is plenty of time---you need to understand that everything you read and hear about with regard to the early calls etc do not reflect what happens with what I call "THE NON STUD PLAYER"---the majority of HS players who go on to play college baseball are not in that class--they are very good to excellent players and with them it takes time--the key is maximum exposure with your travel team in the right venues so you get seen by a cross section of college coaches---and keep your chin up thru all this---respond to everything and do it ASAP---you want the college coaches to know you are interested--look at your upcoming schedule and let schools in the region of your games know that you will be playing in their region. Your travel coach should be doing the same.
Also keep in mind that just because you "like" a college it does not mean you will play there--they may not need your position to be filled---you may not be the type of player they are looking for---you may not have the grades to gain admission there--they may have had a large recruiting class the year prior to yours thus the number of players they are bringing in will be minimal.
The key is be proactive and be with a solid travel team that worries more about exposure than trophies