Ohio placed three student-athletes on the Academic All-Mid-American Conference Wrestling Team, as announced by the conference office today. The team is made up of 49 student-athletes from the 15 wrestling programs in the Conference. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. Bank Stadium. Top Stories. Twitter Facebook. Recap Video. Sat Jan Sun Jan Edwardsville, Ill. Fri Jan Central Michigan L, Recap Photos Video.
Sun Feb Bloomsburg W, Northern Illinois L, Athens, Ohio Convocation Center. South Dakota State L, Fri Feb Utah Valley W, Buffalo W, Gardner-Webb Sat Mar Recap Results Video. Sun Mar Thu Mar Minneapolis, Minn. Fri Mar Mar 17 - Dec 31, - AM. Apr 1 - Dec 31, - AM. One of my favorite projects for over a decade have been the final Recruiting Class Rankings which, with a greater emphasis on throughout both the sport's administration and fandome, have taken on much more excitement.
They typically come out in May. But with so many recruits committing earlier and earlier, it's even now, in the fall and six month away from the final rankings, that we can get a good glimpse of what the situation is.
Two schools lead the pack with six commitments that are ranked within the Top - Oklahoma State and NC State with the Cowboys clearly ahead in the valuation of their individuals. It's interesting to note that Ohio State, who has the highest average Recruiting Class Ranking over the last decade, have just one commit for - Santos Cantu, OR. Lock Haven leads the surprisingly good efforts.
They have been on the upswing with under recruited guys the past few years and you must be optimistic about what they will do in the future with a passionate fan base supporting the five Big Boarders coming to campus. Michigan St. Five in the Top 34 including 1 and 2 and very important bookends. The Hokies could get half a starting lineup out of this single class.
Howard and Bartlett have the kind of pedigree to pull in eight AA's with a couple titles. All five recruits are Top A very solid class with Kennedy as the headliner got even more interesting late last night when the Hawks picked up Reyna. If he can maintain the level he's been at this fall Kennedy is about the most sure-fire AA caliber recruit in the Class of And everything else is upside after that. Ybarra could be a big factor depending on how he navigates the deep Iowa lightweight roster, and there is a ton of upside should Schriever return to his pre-injury form.
Another solid Husker class with three in the Top 40 and where Reno, as a careercould prove more valuable than his conservative ranking. Allred and Haas will be mainstays in the lineup and Serrano has finalist potential. Overall, I like the surety of the class. A lot to like here starting with Saunders who's been one of the most active and prolific wrestlers in the country in recent memory.
I consider him a threat to AA each year of his career. Greg D could be finalist-level at some point in his career at Handlovic is on the upswing and could have a better college career than his high school one.
McClenhan lies under the radar missing his Junior campaign after reaching state finals as a soph. And ya gotta love the athletic big man in Hatcher. If you read the most recent Big Board update you know I'm super high on Jack as a potential face of the program. Scott and Kovacs are guys I'm completely sold on for college production. Four Top 70's and McNeil and Kane are doing it at the right time.
Both just made S32 finals. Lautt had a breakout Fargo. The question mark is Tagg who has been training freestyle almost exclusively for two years. I like the combination of the sure thing in Braxton and the high upside of Zargo, whose skills I think translate to a better college career than his one in preps.
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InIowa and Cornell freshmen Spencer Lee and Yianni Diakomihalis won their respective weight classes at the national tournament. True freshmen have been winning titles and making waves on the collegiate scene for years, and will likely follow this trend. Ranking the nation's best incoming freshman is a subjective and difficult task, but these are the nine student-athletes to watch as they start their college careers this fall.
These athletes are in no particular order, and they represent nine different teams. All nine should be among the fun names to follow as they compete over the course of their college careers. Kerkvliet will start his Buckeye career as one of the biggest names coming out of high school this year, and though he plans to redshirt this season, keep an eye on this Minnesota native.
Kerkvliet won four heavyweight state titles during his career at Simley High School, but his dominance extends beyond Minnesota. The incoming Buckeye also won gold at the Cadet World Championships and will represent the United States at the U23 world championships this year, despite tearing his ACL during the qualifying tournament. Another heavyweight with international experience, Schultz will head to Arizona State as one of the Sun Devils' most highly-touted recruits.
The other recent winner? Alirez wrestled at pounds for Greeley Central High School and will look to make an immediate impact at the University of Northern Colorado this year. Before we leave for Japan tomorrow, we want to wish this guy good luck as he begins his journey to Junior Worlds in Estonia.
Open and the Junior World Team trials to build his national resume before taking on the world at the World Championships in Estonia. He'll be the only North Carolina representative on any of the U. World freestyle Teams this year, but he is joining a rising Tar Heel team looking to put a national champion or two on the podium in March at the national tournament in Minneapolis.
The graduation of Gary Wayne Harding opens up while redshirt senior A. Headlee still holds the current spot at pounds. Tagg also has a redshirt open that he might employ, but either way, the incoming Tar Heel will be an exciting wrestler to watch as his collegiate career begins. Only one thing on my mind Rutgers has never had a true freshman, or even a redshirt freshman national champion. He's the first No.
Now Aragona will have the chance to test himself on the collegiate stage, though he may not start for the Scarlet Knights right away. At Cornell, Ramirez is expected to wrestle at or pounds, and if he chooses the later, he'll have to compete for a starting spot against NCAA finalist Max Dean.
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The Nittany Lions are always the team to watch, so a list of freshman to watch would be incomplete without a member of the perennial powerhouse program in Happy Valley. Starocci comes to the Penn State wrestling room with a long list of accolades that include two Pennsylvania state championships, Fargo titles and two junior world championship appearances. Iowa State put together a solid season last year under the direction of head coach Kevin Dresser, and the Cyclones added another top recruit in two-time Pennsylvania state champion Anderson.
Will Anderson be the one? He's been tested against national competition at Super 32s, a high school tournament that he won, and Ironman, and is considered by Dresser to be a point scorer who will please the crowd in Ames, according to a team release. Anderson is expected to wrestle at or pounds and could take a redshirt this year.
Never underestimate an Amine. He could also take a redshirt year and fill in for Logan Massa at pounds after his graduation.Wrestle Stat. Wrestlers Dual Tournament Stats Redshirts. The Mat Talk Online Division I Championship Preview Guide gives you, the wrestling fan, broadcaster, journalist or general aficionado the quick access to everything you need to quickly get information about your favorite wrestlers.
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Lori M. Nichols NJ Advance Med. Some of the best wrestling bouts in New Jersey have gone unseen in the past couple of weeks, struggles between wrestlers and the almighty scale.
Just 11 days from the districts, wrestlers across the state have been testing the waters for the individual portion of the season. There have been moves up and down in weight classes attempting to determine comfortability at a new weight and how far they can go in the upcoming districts, regionals and state tournaments.
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There are some interesting decisions yet to be made:. Last week, he was at pounds for the first time. He immediately returned to where he wrestled his last three bouts.
Guess he wanted to have options. However, he wrestled at, and won, the Shore Conference Tournament title at Where will he enter the districts?
Those are just some of the weighty issues that have been addressed, or will be addressed, this week and before the start of the district tournaments on Feb. Joe Zedalis may be reached at jzedalis njadvancemedia. Follow him on Twitter josephzedalis.
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