In short: YES. I will now tell you why.
When I played my first two years of high school ball, the coaches all thought that I couldn't hit. I was a great outfielder and could pitch great though, so I was always in the lineup, even though they had the DH take MY spot instead of the pitchers. As a result, my freshman and sophomore years, I got a total of 18 at bats despite only not playing in 6 innings.
Junior year saw me getting 6 at bats. I was primarily a relief pitcher. During this time I developed my pitching repertoire, and had a mid-80's fastball, a curve that broke about 3 feet, and a splitter that was getting better and better. When I was looking into colleges after my junior year, I was basically offered a starting pitchers slot for a low-level D1 school, and extreme interests from other colleges I got into to play.
I ended up going to a different school because I know my chances of doing anything beyond college ball were slim and wanted to focus on my academics.
It really all depends on where you want to go. I will tell you that your best chances right now are to go to a smaller D1 school or go to a D2 school and develop your abilities there. You can always transfer later after you have interest from other colleges.
I really wish I had pursued my baseball career even though I know I probably made the smart choice. I applaud you for trying to continue your career and wish you all the best. Good luck!