If Carter is letting his AAU coach make this decision, then maybe we are better off without him.
But, I think he is simply listening to what the coaches have to say about their program and how they see him fitting in. This is something his AAU coach can actually be very helpful analyzing with him. Then the is also the academics to consider. We may not be as aware of it, but the Auburn Engineering school is not too shabby. I had two of their grads working for me in Birmingham. And Carter has to be at least a little bit aware that he may not be drafted in the first round, no matter which year he comes out of college.
Wait, what? You're implying academics may enter this process? You're aware he visited South Carolina, right? And that he's leaving Georgia Tech? Don't get me wrong. A great education can be had at just about any school but I'd be surprised if any of that is at the forefront (or at any front) here.
Not jumping on you, by the way friend. I'm just completely incredulous about this whole situation. Actually I should probably stop commenting on this or I'll probably violate the tenor of the board. Only positive news from me from now on.