Guess I'll post mine as well.
125 - nice showing, really didn't threaten Sanders at all, but didn't get blown out of the water by the #2 ranked guy either. I think he is more like top 10-12 now then the #18 that he is ranked.
133 - Not much to say, Martelotti should be a big improvement.
141 - Looked good for about a period and a half and then Dardanes took it to him. I like Sherlock's skill set, but he'll obviuosly need to perform better than this. I think we'll see some good things from Sherlock this year but his ceiling is up in the air for me.
149 - Looked great until the last minute or so. Got to like what Tank is showing on top. I don't think it was conditioning as much as Molinaro not being a great scrambler due to his height and getting a little sloppy late in the bout.
157 - I guess its easy to compare him to his twin brother - but I like Dylan's leg attacks much better than Andrew's and I thought his approach from the bottom position was better as well. He will need to work on his conditioning some and his focus. Overall I don't think there is much to be concerned about.
165 - Not much to say.
174 - Ditto
184 - Looked a bit like the struggling Q from last year. The questionable escape/takedown in the second period was big, but Quentin didn't help much by not bearing down and getting an escape in the 2nd. Steinhaus is a tough match-up since he is a big strong kid who doesn't get out of position.
197 - Gotta like what you see from McIntosh. Couple good shots that he couldn't finish in the 1st and 2nd periods. Great battle for position in the 3rd period scramble, but let his gaurd down and gave up the match. He outwrestled the #2 guy in the country for about 6:45 of that bout and he is only a few months out of HS so the sky is the limit.
Heavy - you know what you are getting from Wade. Giving up the reversal was huge. I think this was more about Nelson possibly making a leap this year than Wade going backwards.