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  1. I could see all of these freshmen (below) challenging for starting spots on the Little Rock team for 2021 125 lbs - Khyler Brewer and Keegan Slyter 141 lbs - Matt Bianchi and Cade Manion 165 lbs - Cougar Anderson 184 lbs - Brooks Sacharczyk 197 lbs - Zane Davis and Gavin Carter 285 lbs - Josiah Hill
  2. LITTLE ROCK WRESTLING TEAM LINEUP FOR 2020-2021 SEASON All rankings here are via WrestleStat. Returning starters are listed in Bold print. I reviewed their new recruits for 2021 and I see quite a few fairly impressive additions to their team. Namely Brewer, Slyter and Sarpy at 125 (or 133). Matt Bianchi and Cade Manion at 141. Cougar Anderson at 165. Tyler Ross at 174. Sacharczyk at 184. Davis and Carter at 197. Josiah Hill at 285. They put together a fairly impressive recruiting class for most any program let alone a team that's only existed for one year. 125 lbs # 116 - Jayden Carson - True Sophomore (12-11) - 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 125 lbs # ___ - Khyler Brewer - True Freshman (Staley MO) - 2020 MO Class 4 Champ at 126 lbs - 2019 MO Class 4 runner-up at 120 lbs - 2018 MO Class 4 runner-up at 113 lbs - 2017 MO Class 4 third place at 106 lbs # ___ - Keegan Slyter - True Freshman (Olathe North KS) - 3 X Kansas State champion - 1st at 6-A 126 lbs in 2020 & 2019 - 1st at 6-A 120 lbs in 2018 - 2nd at 6-A 106 lbs in 2017 # ___ - Josh Sarpy - True Freshman (North Desoto LA) - 2 X Louisiana D-2 State champion - 1st in 2020 at 120 lbs - 1st in 2019 at 113 lbs 133 lbs # 78 - Paul Bianchi - Senior (13-7) - 2nd at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 133 lbs (lost 7-4 to Devan Turner in Championship match) # 135 - Marcus Castillo - RS Freshman (10-6) # 154 - Jaylen Carson - RS Freshman (2-6) # 178 - Aiden Campbell - RS Freshman (2-8) 141 lbs # 115 - Connor Ward - RS Sophomore (7-15) - 4th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 141 lbs (Lost 4-1 to ASU'S Cory Crooks in 3rd place match) # 142 - Trent Dooley - RS Freshman (2-6) # 237 - Joseph Bianchi - RS Freshman (4-5) # ___ - Matt Bianchi - True Freshman (Two Rivers WI) - 2020 Wisconsin D-2 State champ at 138 lbs - 2019 Wisconsin D-2 State champ at 132 lbs - 2018 Wisconsin D-2 State champ at 113 lbs # ___ - Cade Manion - True Freshman (Deer Creek OK) - 2020 OK 6-A State champ at 138 lbs - 2019 OK 6-A third place at 126 lbs - 2018 OK 6-A fourth place at 126 lbs 149 lbs # 69 - Tyler Brennan - True Sophomore (10-15) - 6th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 149 lbs (Lost 6-5 to Cal Poly's Joshua Cortez in 3rd place match) # 163 - Kyle Prewitt - RS Freshman (16-6) # 276 - Jake Turner - RS Freshman (4-5) # ___ - Austin Keal - True Freshman (Mill Valley KS) - 2020 placed 3rd at Kansas 6-A State tourn. at 145 lbs - 2019 placed 4th at 132 lbs at Kansas 6-A State tourn. - 2018 and 2017 Kansas 6-A SQ 157 lbs # 133 - Jose Champagne - RS Senior (6-12) - 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 157 lbs (Won by FALL in 1:26 vs. Logan Meek of OSU in 5th place match) # 141 - Thomas Lisher - RS Junior (3-9) # 233 - Korbin Riedel - RS Freshman (2-2) 165 lbs # 255 - Will Edgar - True Sophomore (3-15) - 6th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 165 lbs (Lost 6-2 to OSU's Aaron Olmos in 5th place match) # ___ - Cougar Anderson - True Freshman (Skiatook, OK) - 2020 OK 5-A State champ at 160 lbs - 2019 OK 5-A State champ at 152 lbs - 2018 5-A OK State champ at 138 lbs 174 lbs # 66 - Cash Jones - True Sophomore (7-6) - Did not compete at 2020 PAC 12 tournament due to injury # ___ - Tyler Ross - True Freshman (Lawson MO) - 3 X MO State champion - 1st in 2020 at 170 lbs - 1st in 2019 at 160 lbs - 1st in 2018 at 145 lbs - 1 X MO State runner-up - 2nd at 132 lbs in 2017 # 234 - Tristan Tadeo - True Sophomore (1-17) - 6th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 174 lbs (Lost by MD 15-2 vs. Urias of CSUB in 5th place match) # ___ - Alex Hernandez - True Freshman (Poway CA) - Placed 4th at 2020 CA State tournament at 170 lbs # ___ - Tanner Mendoza (Corona Del Sol AZ) - 1 X AZ State qualifier - Never placed at the State tournament 184 lbs # 228 - Matthew Muller - True Sophomore (2-16) - 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 184 lbs (Won by Medical Forfeit vs. Trent Tracy of Cal Poly in 5th place match) # 218 - Drake Barbee - RS Freshman (3-6) # ___ - Brooks Sacharczyk (Blackman TN) - 2020 AAA Tennessee State champ at 182 lbs - 2nd at 2019 AAA Tennessee State tourn. at 182 lbs 197 lbs # 164 - Dylan Johnson - Senior (4-16) - 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 197 lbs (Won by TF 16-1 vs Josh Annis in 5th place match # 175 - Steve Elwell - RS Freshman (4-4) # ___ - Zane Davis - True Freshman (Allen TX) - 2020 TX 6-A State champ at 195 lbs - 4th at 195 at 2019 TX State tournament # ___ - Gavin Carter - True Freshman (Washburn Rural KS) - 1 X Kansas State champion (2018 at 195 lbs) - 2 X Kansas State runner-up (2020 at 195 lbs & 2019 at 182 lbs) - 1 X Kansas 3rd place (2017 at 170 lbs) 285 lbs # 217 - Gunner Cash - RS Senior (1-6) - Did not compete at 2020 PAC 12 tournament due to injury # 191 - Miles Santiago - RS Freshman (0-0) ____ - Josiah Hill - True Freshman - 2020 CA State Champion at 285 lbs - 2019 CA Seventh place at 285 lbs - 2018 CA SQ
  3. Nice find - thanks for sharing it here. It's interesting that of the 4 transfers listed for Ohio State three of the four are, or may be, at 285 lbs. One of the three is listed as 197/285.
  4. Was in 2016. It was their 5th straight PAC 12 championship in wrestling in 2016. There were six teams involved (Arizona State, Boise State, CS Bakersfield, Cal Poly, Oregon State & Stanford) Since 2016 Oregon State has done the following at the annual PAC 12 wrestling tournament: 2017 - Oregon State placed 4th as a team behind Arizona State, Stanford and Cal State Bakersfield (same six teams competed as in 2016) 2018 - Oregon State placed 2nd behind Arizona State (five teams competed after Boise State dropped wrestling) 2019 - Oregon State placed 3rd behind Stanford and Arizona State (same five teams competed) 2020 - Oregon State placed 4th behind Arizona State, Stanford and Cal State Bakersfield (six teams competed with the addition of Little Rock)
  5. I just thought it was worth noting because he's from New Mexico and every single guy on the current CSUB roster is from California.
  6. 5A 126 Tim Lopez (30-7) placed 1st and scored 25.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Tim Lopez (Rio Rancho) 30-7 won by fall over Brayden Strickland (Hobbs) 17-13 (Fall 3:52) Quarterfinal - Tim Lopez (Rio Rancho) 30-7 won by major decision over Estevan Lovato (Cleveland) 18-13 (MD 9-1) Semifinal - Tim Lopez (Rio Rancho) 30-7 won by decision over Demetrio Archuleta (Piedra Vista) 35-8 (Dec 9-3) 1st Place Match - Tim Lopez (Rio Rancho) 30-7 won by decision over Taeoma Frank (Farmington) 43-4 (Dec 4-0) Lopez's results from his 2020 New Mexico 5-A State championship run at 126 lbs (above)
  7. Tim Lopez from Rio Rancho H.S. in New Mexico. He is a two time New Mexico State champion (2018 and 2020) and a one time NM State runner-up (2019). He won his 2020 NM State championship at 126 lbs. The Open Mat listing for him among the CS Bakersfield's recruits project him at 133 lbs in college. https://news.theopenmat.com/college-wrestling-commitments
  8. Let me see if I have this straight. The NCAA says 2020 spring sport Seniors can return for their 2021 season IF the school provides the $$$ for their scholarship (which may not be the same amount as they received previously). But the block head that is Barry Alvarez makes a blanket statement barring ALL Wisconsin spring sport Seniors from that option? Wow - I'll bet the lawyers in Wisconsin are drooling all over themselves about the prospect of suing the Univ. of Wisconsin - INDIVIDUALLY - for violating the rights of those athletes who are affected by this. Particularly the 2020 spring sport Seniors who have never utilized their redshirt year - which at least 9 out of 10 softball players do routinely.
  9. You need to splash some water on your face Tommy...............i.e., wake up. It should be patently obvious I was JOKING here.
  10. Well either Flo (which I will never subscribe to again) either screwed up when they put this preview together OR Abas is headed elsewhere. It's likely one or the other - right? Since he's still on Stanford's team roster https://gostanford.com/sports/wrestling/roster I don't think the latter is very probable. But what the heck - let's just start a completely un-founded rumor - I'll say Abas is transferring to Arizona State as ASU is in real need of a 149 lb'er for next season.
  11. Sounds to me as if it's simply a very poorly researched lineup preview by Flo to me. How can anyone doing a lineup preview for Stanford wrestling for next season be so clueless as to not even mention Abas? Even if he was in the transfer portal wouldn't that be worthy of mentioning if that was the case?
  12. Fact is none of these 2020 Seniors were planning on being back for the 2021 season. I'm sure they all had plans in place as to what they would be doing after this spring. I would imagine most of them will continue on with their plans. Could some of them opt to come back? Sure? But I'd guess the lion's share will not. Only time will tell if ANY of them will be back for 2021.
  13. Okay, thanks for that info. Basically that is saying they can go above the scholarship limit but they will have to pay the cost - which is no different than any other year - other than the fact that they will be paying for a larger total of scholarships than they have previously. I'm curious about the fact that all seven of the 2020 Boise State Softball Seniors have NOT utilized their redshirt year (which is pretty common in Softball) and how that affects all of this. As I see it they really are not getting an additional year of eligibility as they have really only played 3 years. And the NCAA gives all student athletes 5 years to play four.
  14. New recruits are only allowed to make five official visits - to 5 separate schools. That is the NCAA limit on official visitations. However they can make "unofficial" visits (on their dime) if they choose to do so.
  15. So if I understand this correctly and using the Boise State softball team as an example (as I am familiar with that) then their seven 2020 Seniors can return for another year of NCAA eligibility IF they choose to do so (at least three of them I'm fairly sure won't). But just for the sake of discussion let's assume all seven of them choose to return for another year of NCAA eligibility. The Boise State softball team had 21 players on their roster for 2020. The problem is Boise State has also signed 8 new recruits for their softball team for 2021. If all seven 2020 Seniors return for 2021 that would put the Boise State softball team roster total at 29 players. And the NCAA scholarship limit for Softball is 12 scholarships (which can be divided much like wrestling). So how can one divide 12 scholarships between 29 players? That equates to about 40% of a scholarship per player. And obviously some players will be getting more and some will be getting less - depending on their importance to the team. In the case of the seven Boise State 2020 Seniors three of them were starting position players and two of them were two of the top three pitchers on the team. Also NONE of the seven had utilized their redshirt year. So basically this would mean that 2020 counts as their redshirt year? This article mentioned the following: "Members also adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to carry more members on scholarship to account for incoming recruits and student-athletes who had been in their last year of eligibility who decide to stay." But it doesn't go into specifics on exactly what that means. Anyone have any FACTS on what is meant by this?
  16. https://www.dailybulletin.com/2020/04/01/excelsior-charters-jesse-vasquez-is-the-sun-bulletin-boys-wrestler-of-the-year/ According to this newspaper article from one week ago Vasquez has visited Michigan and Ohio State and plans to visit Princeton, Duke and "Arizona" - after these Universities open back up and travel restrictions are lessened. Someone needs to inform the writer of this article that "Arizona" does not have a wrestling program. I am "ASSUMING" he meant Arizona State.
  17. Refer to the original post in this thread 160 lbs - Andrew Sparks - Calvary Chapel H.S. - 2020 Senior - Uncommitted
  18. I haven't read much on this - which is why I am asking the question here - but for those 2020 NCAA winter sports SENIORS are they now officially DONE? And for the Seniors on the Spring sports teams is there going to be an allowance or adjustment for the number of athletes on scholarship in those Spring sports? I thought I read somewhere that those 2020 Seniors would have to pay their own way if they wish to come back for 2021 (which is completely asinine - but that IS the NCAA for sure).
  19. If you match up these top 16 ranked (according to WrestleStat) wrestlers for both Stanford and Arizona State it would appear Stanford is the better team as Stanford has a higher ranked wrestler in 14 of these 16 slots. However, in a dual, I'd still pick Arizona State to win. # 4 a t 165 lbs - STANFORD - Shane Griffith - 2021 RS Sophomore # 7 at 174 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Anthony Valencia - 2021 RS Senior ======================= # 7 at 141 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Real Woods - 2021 RS Sophomore # 10 at 157 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Jacori Teemer - 2021 RS Sophomore ======================= # 12 at 197 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Kordell Norfleet - 2021 RS JR or SR # 19 at 197 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Nathan Traxler - 2021 RS Senior ======================= # 14 at 125 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Brandon Courtney - 2021 RS Junior # 25 at 149 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Jaden Abas - 2021 RS Freshman ======================= # 26 at 125 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Jackson DiSario - 2021 True Sophomore # 45 at 125 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Nick Raimo - 2021 RS Freshman ======================= # 38 at 149 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Requir van der Merwe - 2021 RS Senior # 49 at 184 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Cade Belshay - 2021 RS Junior ======================= # 40 at 157 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Dominick Mandarino - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team) # 60 at 133 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Josiah Kline - 2021 RS Junior ======================= # 40 at 141 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Fabian Santillian - 2021 RS Freshman # 61 at 141 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Julian Chlebove - 2021 RS Freshman ======================= # 48 at 157 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Tyler Eischens - 2021 RS Sophomore # 63 at 285 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Cohlton Schultz - 2021 RS Freshman ======================= # 63 at 184 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Judah Duhm - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team) # 89 at 184 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Austin Clayton - 2021 RS Junior ======================= # 69 at 184 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Foster Karmon - 2021 RS Junior (WrestleStat has him at 184 lbs but he spent most of last season at 174 lbs) # 92 at 174 lbs - Trey Munoz - 2021 RS Freshman ======================= # 87 at 125 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Logan Ashton - 2021 RS Freshman # 123 at 141 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Cory Crooks - 2021 RS Senior ======================= # 103 at 285 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Haydn Maley - 2021 RS Junior # 125 at 197 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Brady Gilliland-Daniel - 2021 RS Junior ======================= # 104 at 184 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Nick Addison - 2021 True Sophomore # 127 at 141 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Navonte Demison - 2021 RS Junior ======================= # 113 at 174 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Jared Hill - 2021 RS Senior # 128 at 149 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Dillon Ulrey - 2021 RS Senior ======================= # 119 at 133 lbs lbs - STANFORD - Dalton Young - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team) # 142 at 197 lbs - ARIZONA STATE - Chad Porter - 2021 RS Junioe =======================
  20. Now, in comparison, the top 16 Arizona State wrestlers for 2021, according to the WrestleStat weight class rankings: # 7 at 174 lbs - Anthony Valencia - 2021 RS Senior # 10 at 157 lbs - Jacori Teemer - 2021 RS Sophomore # 12 at 197 lbs - Kordell Norfleet - 2021 RS JR or SR # 14 at 125 lbs - Brandon Courtney - 2021 RS Junior # 45 at 125 lbs - Nick Raimo - 2021 RS Freshman # 49 at 184 lbs - Cade Belshay - 2021 RS Junior # 60 at 133 lbs - Josiah Kline - 2021 RS Junior # 61 at 141 lbs - Julian Chlebove - 2021 RS Freshman # 63 at 285 lbs - Cohlton Schultz - 2021 RS Freshman # 89 at 184 lbs - Austin Clayton - 2021 RS Junior # 92 at 174 lbs - Trey Munoz - 2021 RS Freshman # 123 at 141 lbs - Cory Crooks - 2021 RS Senior # 125 at 197 lbs - Brady Gilliland-Daniel - 2021 RS Junior # 127 at 141 lbs - Navonte Demison - 2021 RS Junior # 128 at 149 lbs - Dillon Ulrey - 2021 RS Senior # 142 at 197 lbs - Chad Porter - 2021 RS Junioe
  21. Stanford's 2020 starters listed in BOLD print # 4 at 165 lbs - Shane Griffith - 2021 RS Sophomore # 7 at 141 lbs - Real Woods - 2021 RS Sophomore # 19 at 197 lbs - Nathan Traxler - 2021 RS Senior # 25 at 149 lbs - Jaden Abas - 2021 RS Freshman # 26 at 125 lbs - Jackson DiSario - 2021 True Sophomore # 38 at 149 lbs - Requir van der Merwe - 2021 RS Senior # 40 at 157 lbs - Dominick Mandarino - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team) # 40 at 141 lbs - Fabian Santillian - 2021 RS Freshman # 48 at 157 lbs - Tyler Eischens - 2021 RS Sophomore # 63 at 184 lbs - Judah Duhm - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team) # 69 at 184 lbs - Foster Karmon - 2021 RS Junior (WrestleStat has him at 184 lbs but he spent most of last season at 174 lbs) # 87 at 125 lbs - Logan Ashton - 2021 RS Freshman # 103 at 285 lbs - Haydn Maley - 2021 RS Junior # 104 at 184 lbs - Nick Addison - 2021 True Sophomore # 113 at 174 lbs - Jared Hill - 2021 RS Senior # 119 at 133 lbs - Dalton Young - 2021 RS Junior (if he is still on the team)
  22. The nice thing for Pendleton is he really doesn't HAVE to recruit to replace anyone from last season's lineup for Oregon State as all 10 starters are back for 2021 as well as Hunter Willits at 157 lbs (who redshirted last season). I'm sure he and his staff WILL be out recruiting anyway - but they really do not HAVE to do so.
  23. Bronco

    Penn State

    My question about Penn State for next year is how many of their projected starters for 2021 will be in their SEVENTH season of wrestling at the NCAA level? Guys such as Anthony Cassar (285), Kyle Conel (197) and Shakur Rasheed (197)
  24. Thanks for the feedback Hey Now. No offense intended but I'm hoping you are mistaken about Young. I know he had injury problems as he didn't wrestle at all beyond November last year. But I think Young would be their best option at 133 lbs for next season (rather than Arroyo or the true freshman) UNLESS DiSario moves up to 133 lbs and Ashton starts at 125 lbs. As to Harlan and Duhm it seems odd to me that when you do a comparison between those two on WrestleStat WS predicts Harlan wins 9-6 over Duhm. - yet their three common opponents from 2019 are Bob Coleman of Oregon State (2019 PAC 12 champ at 184), Willem DeBoer of Cal Poly and Dom Ducharme of CSUB and Harlan lost all three of those matches whereas Duhm beat Ducharme and DeBoer and lost 4-2 to Coleman in the 2019 PAC 12 championship match.
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