IMHO and generally speaking, player development at the college level tends to be the player’s responsibility. There is some instruction, but in my boys’ experiences and in that of their friends, instruction is limited.
Fall tends to have more players than mandated roster sizes allow. So endless scrimmages followed by cuts occurs.
Spring brings a roster of 35, maybe a lot more at other levels. A handful of coaches are working to get that big roster game ready in a very short period of time. Then it’s 4, 5, 6 games each week every week.
Some instruction occurs. And some coaches are better than others. And I wouldn’t recommend picking a college for catcher development. Figure out how to get that done in parallel or more likely in Summer and Winter.
Just my opinion.