670, you assert Jantke misguided a kid to go to a high major that did not even go to a high major (the kid you mention did not go to a high major). Your lack of insight and knowledge right there and your many other posts (consistency in your misconceptions, language and grammar make your posts obvious) show that you really have no idea.
High majors are typically defined as power 5 conferences, do some research on where the Big Sky sits in the scheme of things. My friend, there are only 3 athletes on Jantke's site that went to High Majors and they are all still in college, so let's just wait and see if they are "failures" or not as you put it.
I will add that in the college system there are over 1,000 division 1 college transfers most years. That is almost a third of the participants in all d1 college basketball transfer EACH YEAR. That's alot of movement. Many, many transfer down, some transfer up, some across, some leave. There are many, many reasons why. "Failure" or success is a very individual and personal concept/feeling about ones journey and I hardly think you, who clearly has no insight on this, beyond what you think you read once in social media post, has any idea of how each athlete has or not used their time in college to gain what they personally (with their family) wanted from it.
I find it interesting that you believe that Jantke is like the puppetmaster in all this. Pushing and manipulating kids to certain schools. Kids that played for Australia, state, went to the AIS in many cases, played for club coaches, trained with the 6ers would have a range of trusted "advisors" (many with more expertise than Jantke) in their ears and I'm sure at times they listen to Jantke and at times they don't. Almost all of them go on official visits with their family and spend a couple days with the coaching staffs, teams and on the campus in order to make informed decision. The coaches speak to them and their families on the phone, as well as others around the kids. But one thing is clear reading your many posts is that you have virtually no insight on the process, nor specifics on Jantke's involvement with each athlete and why would you? This is varied and quite a personal process, most athletes keep their cards close to their chest on the detail of their recruiting process.
There are 1000s of organisations all over the world in the business of helping kids get to college that produce content related to those athletes they assist in order to help college coaches understand and recognise where to go to for good information and insights. Check West Coast Elite, AUSA, Australian New Zealand Scouting service, BA's own BA Pathways, Whos got next Aussie, Phenom report, the many Prep Schools and AAU programs across the United States and many more popping up across Australia. This scouting, athlete exposure space is just getting bigger and bigger and bigger. I am not sure if this is healthy or not but the market is full and it seems to be the most effective way to get seen. Athletes and their families mostly love it. You better get used to it.
You would think that programs with deep coaching staffs, HC earnings million+ AUD in many cases might be pretty good at evaluating talent based on information and footage people/coaches at the grassroots like Jantke provide them. They also seek other 3rd party opinions and, you know, fly out here and evaluate the kids themselves.
You constantly say that Jantke "claims" kids with his content. I bet you cannot provide one specific example in the full context of an article or piece of writing where he does, because that content simple doesn't exist on his site or social media. Infact if you read the full article(s) you will it is the opposite in regards to "claiming" players.
In regards to moving clubs, I agree with you. Jantke is guilty of evaluating his own situation and looking for the best one in order to contribute to the sport and athletes involved, and people/parents clubs might also put a case for him to move across too. End of the day people move clubs all the time. They move for different reasons, but you clearly have no insight in this case as to why Jantke moved from any club. Your assertions as to his motives are so misguided it is laughable.
Finally, I always find it interesting when one, who is clearly a grown adult, with an intent to attack another grown man, decides that is cool to include 19-20 yr old amateur men as collateral damage in the process, you have done this more than once, with clearly limited facts insights or knowledge. I won't get personal here on this issue, but think about what 99% of the people out there considering your actions would think.