Kibwe will post some thoughts on the topic on HMMR Media tomorrow, so check it out.
Just a couple more quick thoughts from my side. I think John and I agree on 90% of things here. But our main difference is that what I think works well to develop a thrower over 5 years is the same as what will develop them over 10-15 years. It seems John would take a different approach with those two types of athletes.
Regarding strength: it definitely helps more with women and that's why we've had more international success there. On the guys side strength alone will not develop a 75m thrower by the end of college. Look at the guys who have come close lately (Conor, Henning, Dunkleberger, Cory Martin, or even back to Kevin McMahon and Dave Popejoy) and they all began throwing earlier. You either need to be very talented or stick with it a while. I agree with John that getting to 70m/75m before the end of college is a great goal, but you shouldn't sacrifice long-term development to get there 6 months faster since it is not like there is a payday or sponsorship waiting there. Those that succeed will have to be doing it for the love of the sport and dedicated to it for more than 4-5 years.