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  1. Anyone have any insight on the Juco champs and ability to move to D1 and have an impact? I saw some names of guys who won and of guys that didn't win headed to D1 programs but was curious as to thoughts on all the champs 125-Hvy and their ability. 125 Rodriguez Iowa Lakes 133 Russ Nassau 141 Alfau Iowa Central 149 Pozo Niacc 157 Mejia Niacc 165 Carr headed to UTC 174 Smith NE OK A&M 184 Hoffman Iowa Central 197 Downey Iowa Central Obvious ability and can compete right away 285 Kornoely N. Idaho
  2. I would assume its a big chunk of money between in state and out of state. If that was the case and the school was lenient, it frees up alot of money
  3. Pressure forward, traps wrist, sucks it in, deep claw, drives towards head with claw and hops over the trapped wrist, idk thats what it seems like to me. Obviously theres more to it but watching it as it happens thats the only explanation. Can you find it w/o paying Flo?
  4. I agree, but for each kid a combo of scholly, pell (if possible), academic money, work study etc, you can free up some of the athletic money. How long before these kids can claim in state?
  5. Only Morningstar fans are the ones who treated his matches like an extended intermission, joking.
  6. Good points, these next few years will tell the tale because hes their guy there.
  7. Are we talking recruiting or developing? Iowa gets kids on name alone.
  8. Flo needs to do more vids on assts at Edinboro, PSU, etc. There guys doing alot more with alot less. Illinois is a big program and their Cali pipeline can be attributed to Tirapelle as well as Perry. Flo made Perry more relevant than he should be. I'd like to see a Flo vid on Casey Cunningham, hell he trained w Slay to help him beat the unbeatable......
  9. To move past Morningstar? If this was mentioned in another Hawk thread idk but the case for his inability to develop the mid weights on the team is legit. Very inconsistent there and the "Evans should be better" argument should fall back on what coach is responsible for developing him. How would they have ended up with more consistency in between? Curious on some thoughts.....
  10. Yes, 6 state classes up from 5 last season. There are some very solid teams throughout the divisions and a lot of talent and potential talent though. Football is king in the south and 6 state classes is great for football.
  11. The guy Nolf wrestled from GA was a last minute substitute. The best kid from GA mildly tore up his knee while training for this event. The back up kid, while solid, didn't have time to train and was one of the few guys (along with Moody) who was from south GA and didn't get to train with the rest of the all stars that much. We all in GA were looking forward to seeing our #1 kid (Kamaal Abdul-Shakur is his name) go with Nolf. He's a hell of an athlete and I think he would have competed well against Nolf. Thats incorrect, When Ga line up was released in early April Shakur was slated @ 138 and Alfau @ 145. Both wrestled up in their state tournament but opted to make lower weights for the dual. Shakur pulled out a few days before. Alfau and Shakur were at relatively weak weight in their state classes, Alfau won by major and Shakur pinned a freshman in 1st period. Cameron Perry @ 138 was the last minute fill in. Alfau was ranked ahead of Shakur last season when both were in same state class @ same weight. Shakur had a season ending injury. What I saw from Ga was a ton of potential but the conditioning of most was subpar, that could be factored by alot of things but the Metro Atlanta kids seemed to be in top shape while everyone else struggled late in each match
  12. The guy Nolf wrestled from GA was a last minute substitute. The best kid from GA mildly tore up his knee while training for this event. The back up kid, while solid, didn't have time to train and was one of the few guys (along with Moody) who was from south GA and didn't get to train with the rest of the all stars that much. We all in GA were looking forward to seeing our #1 kid (Kamaal Abdul-Shakur is his name) go with Nolf. He's a hell of an athlete and I think he would have competed well against Nolf. I will be on the look out for this kid if I see his name entered in any tournaments. Is he a Sr.? Going to a D1 school? Thats 100% incorrect, Shakur was slated to go 138 when dual line up was posted on GNWA(April 3rd)and did sustain an injury last minute (days before) so Perry was the last minute substitue. Initially there was no 145. Alfau was a state champ @ 152 and made the weight in order to compete. ,
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