at the end of the day, you need to do whatever makes you happiest.
i myself thought about quitting hockey (or not trying to go to college for hockey) near the middle of my senior year. i hadn't gotten any offers from any schools, my coach wasn't really helping sell me to any coaches, and I didn't really know what to do as far as reaching out myself. so I kind of just came up with the idea that I would move back home (to SC, I was in Maine at the time) and just go to college and move on with my life. this was a sport that I had played my entire life growing up. only 3 guys before me who had grown up in SC had gone on to play NCAA hockey and I wanted to join that group.
the idea started to effect my play, my drive to compete, my character, my passions, everything. in my mind, why would i keep putting in the work for something that I wasn't going to continue after the season.
then i got an offer from my current school. the only school that offered me to play college hockey. my dream was finally coming true. my attitude changed, my play picked up, and i'm happy that I didn't fully give up and just throw everything away.
you need to understand 1080 that you have a special gift. having the gift of being such a great ball player and possibly having the opportunity to play D-1, thats crazy. people would kill to be in your position. maybe you being moved to a new position is the start of a new chapter in your sport life. maybe if you keep at it, you'll be better at this new position than you were at your old one.
i would give it time before you consider quitting. you need to not think about what would happen if you were to quit, but rather relax and just play ball. just go have fun and enjoy your time on the field. give it some time and if you still feel like it's not your thing anymore, then maybe it isn't. but i wouldn't throw everything away because of a slump.
pick your head up and give it some time.
but in the end, do what makes you happiest, no need to live life with any regrets.
best of luck