Not bashing but would love to know what you liked about the Georgia Tech campus. The area around GT is not real safe. I would rank GT very low in community in the SEC/ACC ranks. There are lots of things to do in Hotlanta but GT campus surrounding community is sketchy at best. I would not walk through most of that area by myself at night and know I would not want my son doing it.
A&M was very good to my son in offer wise and communication. He was 88-89 and never officially topped 90 at PG. He has hit 93 a couple of times in his HS career but is consistently 86-89. We love Coach Anderson at Tennessee (the Real Southern UT) because he knows how to develop lefties and has proven experience getting guys to the pros, including his own son who has done pretty good for himself. He took Crochet from mid-upper 80s to low 100's in three years. That was a draw for us because he is seen as a leftie guru in the pitching community. I think that also plays a part in your thought process as to whether they have had success and how long they have stayed places. That was a tough one for us because Vitello was new head coach when son committed but Coach V was the one who recruited my son personally and son was the first offer he gave after being at UT. Anderson has a record of pretty lengthy stays at schools.
Would also disagree with Forbes because when you compare ACC head coaches length of time as HC and SEC schools. ACC coaches average length of stay is 6.642 and average for SEC schools is 7.6. Some of those like Forbes were assistant coaches before being HC but I did not equate that into the picture because that gets real complicated as some also were AC at some point and came back as HC and I don't think either affect the statement. But I would say that as a whole the two have almost 7 years on average for HC tenure is very high.