As all of the TWT community regulars know, Rutgers picked up Scott Goodale, the coach who produced New Jersey's first undefeated wrestler (I believe..)- Scott Winston.
My question is, what do you think the reasons are that coaches like Buxton, Jordan, and Jackson are not receiving offers to pick up stakes and create (or maintain) a winning college program (or if they are, why don't they do it?)? Knowing the ability & work ethic Jackson (Apple Valley) has as a High School coach, I'd imagine he would be able to do an excellent job building up a college program, and developing a staff. Buxton & Jordan would likely be just as capable.
You see a common trend where college wrestlers become assistants out of college and work their way up to being a D1 head coach, but rarely do you see a guy start as a HS coach, build a reputable program and advance their career to college.