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  1. I’m not sure on that one. Tanner Harvey will be at 184 I assume. Munoz very well could end up there though.
  2. Don’t think this had any impact on Munoz’ decision to transfer, but Jonathon Fagen is transferring to ASU. #85 in the class of ‘19. Should fill the 184 spot.
  3. Very interesting. After missing out on his top few choices, I fully expect his staff to be an on going process for the next year or two. Fairly certain if the opportunity to get some experience to run the room arises next off-season, he’ll jump on it.
  4. Is it just me, or is it taking them extremely long to fill out a staff? Nothing other than Koll has been made official, and the rumor mill died down after Hahn fell through.
  5. In all honesty its wonderful in SD for about 4 months a year. Palo Alto on the other hand...
  6. Bummer. He more than earned the opportunity. Whoever lands him is getting a good one!
  7. I get that SDSU supports their program, but the opportunity to be handed the reigns at a school like Stanford once Koll hangs it up in 5-6 years has to be quite enticing. I also think Stanford can provide him with housing as long as he's on staff.
  8. Really wish Willie went more in depth on this. Either way you look at it (HC/Assistant), it makes little sense.
  9. From the outside it looks like Yianni's allegiance is more to Grey than Koll. Think he'd be more likely to follow Grey somewhere.
  10. Based on who reported it, I'd give this a 50% chance of being true... Pat's intentions are good but he prioritizes being first over being 100% accurate.
  11. Little bit under the radar, but apparently #66 on Willie's 2022 big board, Kaleb Larkin committed to ASU. Beat Josh Saunders at Jr nationals a couple weeks back. Another guy in the 149/157 range. I would expect one of him or Kilic to man the 157 spot for the foreseeable future. Chlebove, Vasquez, Ramos, Parco, Kilic, Larkin. six high level recruits for likely three weights. Only one I see as a guarantee at this point is Parco. Interested to see how it plays out!
  12. FWIW, all results are at 149, and he was up 6-1 vs Gioffre and got over aggressive on a turn late and gave up 6. Also got hurt early in the match against Robinson if I remember correctly. While the results aren't good, and his stock is very down at this point, I still expect him to be NCAA qualifier level at 141.
  13. Understandably a lot of pessimism here regarding the future of the program. A few things though. Ray Blake and Alex Tirapelle are incredibly capable and have been heavily involved in the recent on the mat success of the program. They more than capable of leading the program, and I'm sure they will do so successfully. Secondly, I'm sure the program is being brought back with the idea that it will be self-funded. Based upon the the amount of money raised, the program shouldn't be in danger any time soon. Lastly, I truly don't believe they'll be "gutted". Yes, I'm sure Griffith and or Woods will leave, but it seems at the least Jaden Abas and a few other quality wrestlers will stick around. Abas alone is a solid building block to build around for the next 3-4 years. With that being said, hopefully after a couple years the program will be able to regain footing recruiting wise, and will get back to where it was before this garbage happened.
  14. Don't think this commitment got the attention it deserved. Kilic could ultimately end up being their long term solution at 157. Really like his trajectory as of late as well.
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