Transfers?? in College Wrestling Posted April 2, 2016 · Report reply The more I think about it, I think Tavanello will be wanted and recruited to stay on for his 5th, redshirt senior season...vs persuading him to look elsewhere via grad transfer route to open up $etc. Unless the Bucks land Nick Reenan here late in the process, their recruiting class is pretty much sewn up for this recruiting cycle. Tav's $ won't significantly open up any opportunities in recruiting until next offseason, and that's when he graduates anyways. The only down fall is Tav won't be able to compete at the Big Ten's or Nationals.. A pretty big one I know. But if Tav is content on finishing up as a Buck, enrolling in grad school at OSU etc,etc... He will still be a very valuable member of the team, and will see plenty of mat time...up to 20+ matches even possibly. I see Snyder going a similar route next season, competing at all the international and abroad major free style events, and cherry pick the duals he competes in, up until it's time to compete at the Big Ten's and Nationals. Tavanello in essence could be considered OSU's HWY starter for the most part of next season. Looking towards the future, Snyder pulling his Olympic shirt works perfectly now in landing and making sense decision/lineup wise for Elyria Ohio top HWY prospect Kevin Vough, part of the '17 class. He can now step right into the lineup at HWY the year after Snyder graduates, where as before when Snyder was taking an extra year and redshirt, Vough was potentially facing having to sit his redshirt freshman season. When did Kevin Vough commit to Ohio State?