Townsell/McGhee both strong 125s but both going shortly after the weigh in should be an interesting match up.
Cruz/Peters, we know Peters is a gamer but, his injuries have been tough. The losers of these first two matches face which is unfortunate.
Piotrowski/Mueller. I like Mueller and his style a lot. Piotrowski was one of the most exciting wrestlers at Big Tens. Got cement mixed by Youtsey to send it to OT where he lost, handled Paetzell, OT pin of Jimenez(Jimenez threw a fit), TB win vs. Thornton, 1-0 squeaker vs. Youtsey, and then he got manhandled by Lizak. Expect fun things from watching him.
Eicher/Alber, Alber won their dual meet last season before Eicher went on to win the MAC tourney. Alber should win but, Eicher has uspet potential. Also, Eicher defaulted the 7th place match at B10s because of an injury which could hurt this.
Schram/Clark I expect Clark to win but not a great draw for him right off the bat.
Heil/Zacvherl and Jack/Perry Not the draws the top twos eeds wanted as they face two very game competitors from the EWL.
Gasca/Gulibon, Rematch that was a good one at B10s. What will happen when we open Gulibon's box?
Ladnier/Bannsiter, Bannister wrestles an extremely conservative style. Ladnier made some upset noise at the EIWAs I think he can get
Kocer/Lugo, Tough matchup for Lugo to start. Should pull it off but the styles will match well I believe.
Clagon/Glass, I really like Clagon and he can wrestle with anyone close.
Mejias/Campbell, Mejias wrestles guys tough and Campbell's most notable win is Matthews. He tends to beat the guys he should though.
Cenzo/Subjeck, Cenzo has really found his way and I bet he is looking for revenge on Subjeck
Skatazka/Realbuto. Realbuto is very good and should win this match. Skatzka got the first takedown every time I saw him at B10s though. Including against Meyer and BoJo. He will be aggressive and Realbuto will need to be ready from the whistle.
Hall/Kocer, Hall is fun to watch and Kocer is a comeptive guy should be solid.
Brooks/Gravina, Brooks should win and has won against Gravina in the past but, Rutgers always makes it a chippy contest no matter who is on the otherside. The matchups outside of this aren't thank compelling.
Studebaker/Harner, This weight is down overall but Harner is a returning AA and Studebaker was R12 so this should be a great battle to see who can get the early footing into AAing this season.
Hemida/Haines, Both a bit more athletic than your standard heavyweight should be able to cause some drama along the way.