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    RegularStalling got a reaction from agoff71 in Arizona State's lineup? What WILL it be for 2021?   
    I guess I'll try my hand at this...
    125 - Courtney - Was the #9 seed at NCAAs, and unless McGee plans on cutting down (Which doesn't seem likely), I don't see him being pushed for the spot... until 2021-2022 ;)
    133 - McGee - Transfer, has had prior success on the national scene and should be viewed as the clear front runner for the spot.
    HM - Belton - Don't expect him to overtake McGee, but looked solid at junior nationals a couple weeks back. Solid depth guy, which ASU has lacked in recent years.
    141- Chlebove - Despite being a top 10ish recruit in the class of the 2019 class, I'm not quite sold on him. Very limited redshirt season, and didn't impress too much at juniors. If Vasquez could make the cut, I would not be surprised to see him push Chlebove for the spot. 
    149 - Vasquez - Due to a lack of competition throughout the backend of his high school career, Vasquez has become a bit underrated. I think he edges out Lipari for the job, and immediately competes on the national scene and is a top 20ish level guy right away.
    157 - Crooks - This is a guy that I think will benefit a ton from moving up. Took 5th at U23s, which supports the idea that he's much more talented than his collegiate results suggest. I wouldn't be surprised if he qualified for NCAAs come march. 
    165 - Teemer - I ultimately think Jacori ends up moving up to 165. He looked alright at U23s at 76 KG, but was unable to put together more than a few high level sequences. In my opinion Teemer will be a measuring stick for this new coaching staff. Teemer is far too talented not to be a shoe in All-American the next four years. If Molinaro, Perry, etc. can break through to him and get him to wrestle 7 minutes, skies the limit. 
    174 - Valencia - Valencia could probably make 165, but I don't see him ending up there. Other than that, it's pretty self explanatory. Anthony is as talented as they come, but will need to improve drastically on bottom, and develop another offensive attack if he truly wants to contend for a national title.
    184 - Belshay/Munoz - This is one of the few weights that I think we there will be a true competition at. Belshay has proven he can compete at a high level, and Munoz had a really nice redshirt season at 174. I wouldn't rule out Coleman, but he hasn't had any competition on the collegiate level yet. 
    197 - Norfleet - If healthy, I expect Norfleet to make a ton of noise this season. When he competed last season, he looked great. He was a guy that I think was really primed to make a splash last year at NCAAs
    285 - Schultz - I think we're all really excited to see what Cohl can do against the likes of Gable, Parris, Kerkvliet, etc. He didn't wrestle much folkstyle last season, so I honestly have no idea where he'll fit in, in regards to the national picture. 
    Overall, this young team has a ton of potential, and should be really fun to watch. I'm really hoping the coaching staff can get these guys to max out on that potential, and get some hardware at NCAAs. I wouldn't be shocked to see this group finish with as many as 5-6 AAs this season, or as little as 2. Only time will tell!
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    RegularStalling reacted to Bronco in A. J. Nevills transferring to   
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from leshismore in Did Nomad Really Get Fired?   
    If you were in Pyles' position, what would you have said? What would have been adequate in your opinion?
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from PSUSMC in Boise st drops baseball...   
    Feel for the kids affected by this,  but I can't say I didn't get a chuckle out of this news. 
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from TexRef in Boise st drops baseball...   
    Feel for the kids affected by this,  but I can't say I didn't get a chuckle out of this news. 
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from Creek chub in SEBASTIAN RIVERA IN THE TRANSFER PORTAL   
    It's been confirmed he is indeed entering the portal. I'd venture to say Rutgers is the clear frontrunner, but I wouldn't count out Virginia Tech. Rivera has a close relationship with Brewer, and they could use an upgrade at 141 while Hillegas redshirts. 
     
     
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from ShakaAloha in Arizona State adds 3 time NM champ - Tristan Mascarenas   
    I'd say Figs is a step below that group. Fix, Lee, and Yianni all had an unprecedented level of success internationally prior to competing collegiately. He's definitely in the next tier which I'd put guys like Sasso and Brooks in.
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    RegularStalling reacted to Idaho in Preliminary Arizona State preview for 2021   
    Because you had to RSVP in a form by the time of the event. The event is over so the form used to sign up With (this link) no longer exists. After you RSVP they send you an invite by email.  That’s how the ones I have been in on work. Also it did address season ticket holders. Not sure if that was who it was limited too or not.  Hopefully the video will be on YouTube. In the meantime here is a different recent zoom interview with Jones 
     
     
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    RegularStalling reacted to Bronco in Preliminary Arizona State preview for 2021   
    I saw a post on the ASU wrestling twitter account which had a url lin in it  but when I clicked on that url I got THIS
    https://sundevils.wufoo.com/forms/pogcvmm0
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from TexRef in Jace Luchau Transferring to...   
    Looked like Jace struggled a bit in his redshirt year at FSU. Just glancing at FSU's roster, and it seems he'd be on the outside looking in next season, with NCAA qualifiers returning at 149/157. Hopefully things work out for him at Life U
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from gobraves101905 in Preliminary Arizona State preview for 2021   
    They beat Penn State in a dual, were ranked in the top 5 before their best wrestler got suspended, and had six top 9 seeds at the NCAA tournament. Sounds pretty darn formidable to me. 
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    RegularStalling reacted to TobusRex in VT’s Mitch Moore enters the transfer portal   
    I've actually obtained footage of Moore traveling through the portal. Looks scary, man...
     
     
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from silvermedal in VT’s Mitch Moore enters the transfer portal   
    Update: Moore announced via twitter he will be transferring to Oklahoma. 
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    RegularStalling reacted to Gantry in HWC and the women   
    Do you have a link to that interview?
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    RegularStalling reacted to Plasmodium in HWC and the women   
    If that RTC is broke, all but one of the others are going as well. 
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from jross in ASU Town-hall   
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    RegularStalling reacted to Bronco in Preliminary Arizona State preview for 2021   
    Just something I put together during my forced internment in my own home the last month or so.  Corrections are welcome on this.
    ARIZONA STATE

    Arizona State has won three of the last four PAC 12 wrestling tournaments and will almost certainly be, barring a slew of injuries or unseen events, the favorite to win the PAC 12 tournament again in 2021.  Primarily because the Sun Devils return four of their five 2020 PAC 12 weight class champions.  The only 2020 PAC 12 champion from Arizona State who won't be returning is Tanner Hall at 285 lbs.  

    The four 2020 PAC 12 wrestling champs who will be returning for the Sun Devils are:

    125 lbs - Brandon Courtney - 2021 RS Junior (25-5)
    157 lbs - Jacori Teemer - 2021 RS Sophomore (17-5)
    174 lbs - Anthony Valencia - 2021 RS Senior (22-6)
    197 lbs - Kordell Norfleet - 2021 Senior OR RS Junior (14-3)

    The Sun Devils also will have two wrestlers who placed 3rd at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament returning in Cory Crooks who placed 3rd at 141 lbs and Cade Belshay who placed 3rd at 184 lbs.  Belshay is projected to return at 184 lbs in 2021  (he dropped down late last season from 197 lbs after Zahid Valencia was suspended).  Crooks will be a RS Senior and is projected to move up to 149 lbs in 2021.  Belshay will be a RS Junior for the 2021 season.

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    The probable lineup for Arizona State's wrestling team for the 2021 season is as follows.  Returning Starters are listed in Bold print.  Of couse this is all subject to change as some wrestlers may move up (or down) from their present weight class and there may be transfers involved which would affect this probable lineup in the next few months.
    All rankings are from WrestleStat
     

    125 lbs
    # 12 ranked Brandon Courtney - 2021 RS Junior (25-5) 2020 PAC 12 champ at 125 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Courtney beat Jackson DiSario of Stanford twice. First by Tech Fall (17-2 in 7:00) in the ASU vs. Stanford dual match and 4-1 at the PAC 12 tournament.  Courtney also beat Oregon State's Brandon Kaylor 14-8 in the ASU vs. Oregon State dual last season.  Courtney also defeated Jayden Carson of Little Rock by Tech Fall (20-4 in 6:20) in the dual between ASU and Little Rock.  Courtney also defeated CSUB's Alex Hernandez-Figueroa twice last season.  First by Major Decision (14-6) and again by Major Decision (16-7) at the PAC 12 tournament.  Courtney also defeated Cal Poly's Benny Martinez by Tech Fall (23-7 in 7:00) in the ASU vs. Cal Poly dual.  
    Some are saying that Courtney may move up to 133 lbs for 2020-2021.  Only time will tell if that is true or not.  However according to Arizona State's head coach Courtney will be remaining at 125 lbs while Nick Raimo moves up to 133 lbs.
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    # 237 Aaron Valenzuela - 2021 RS Freshman (0-5)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    133 lbs
    # 9 ranked Michael McGee - 2021 RS Junior - Transfer from Old Dominion.  He went 8-0 while being redshirted last season at 133 lbs (and 3-0 at 125 lbs w/ 3 Medical Forfeits).  According to the rankings on WrestleStat McGee's best win (while redshirting last season) was a Major Decision win (14-4) over # 24 ranked Kai Orrine of North Carolina State.
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    # 50 ranked Nick Raimo - 2021 RS Freshman (13-2 at 125 lbs while redshirting in 2019-2020)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Raimo had only three PAC 12 matches last season, while being redshirted, and strangely enough all three of those matches were against wrestlers from Cal Poly.  Raimo defeated Cole Reyes of Cal Poly 6-4 at the Roadrunner Open last November and 5-3 at the Reno T.O.C.  Raimo also defeated Cal Poly's Jack Lenox at the Reno T.O.C. by Major Decision (12-2).
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    # 179 ranked Cleveland Belton - 2021 RS Freshman (0-0) - Belton, for reasons unknown to me, did not compete at all last season.
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    # 261 ranked Domenico DiGena - 2021 RS Freshman (2-5)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    141 lbs
    # 48 ranked Julian Chlebove - 2020 RS Freshman (3-1)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    # 51 ranked Josiah Kline - 2021 RS Junior (0-0 while redshirting in 2019-2020) - Placed 4th at 2019 PAC 12 tournament at 133 lbs.  
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Due to injury Kline did not compete at all last season.   He did face Oregon State's Devan Turner at the 2019 PAC 12 tournament and Kline lost by Major Decision (14-6) in that match.  Kline also had two wins vs. his teammate, Joshua Kramer, during the 2018-2019 season. Once by FALL (6:45) and by a  3-2 decision.
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    # 102 ranked Navonte Demison - 2021 RS Junior (4-12)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Demison lost by FALL (0:16) vs. CSUB's Angelo Martinoni in the CSUB vs ASU dual last season.   Demison also lost by Major Decision (14-2) vs. Stanford's Real Woods.  Demison also lost 8-2 vs. Oregon State's Grant Willits in the ASU vs. Oregon State dual.  Demison also lost 3-2 vs. Cal Poly's Jake Ryan at the 2019 Cliff Keen Las Vegas tournament.  And he also lost 6-5 vs. Cory Crooks of ASU at the Journeyman Collegiate Classic last November.
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    149 lbs
    # 98 ranked (at 141 lbs) Cory Crooks - 2021 RS Senior (7-9) - Placed 3rd at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 141 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Crooks lost 4-2 vs. Oregon State's Grant Willits at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament and Crooks also lost 14-12 vs. CSUB's Angelo Martinoni at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Crooks beat Little Rock's Connor Ward 4-1 at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament but lost 8-7 to Ward earlier last season in the ASU vs. Little Rock dual.  Crooks also won by Medical Forfeit vs. Cal Poly's Jake Ryan at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament and he also won 11-6 vs. Cal Poly's Wyatt Cornelison in the ASU vs. Cal Poly dual.  Crooks also defeated his teammate, Navonte Demision, 6-5, at the Journeyman Collegiate Classic tournament last November.
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    # 128 ranked Dillon Ulrey - 2021 RS Senior (6-5)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Ulrey lost by Major Decision (12-1) vs CSUB's Russell Rohlfing in the ASU vs CSUB dual.  Ulrey won by Majro Decision (13-3) vs Stanford's Dawson Sihavong in the ASU vs Stanford dual.  Ulrey lost 7-4 vs CSUB's Josh Brown at the Reno T.O.C. last December.  Ulrey beat Stanford's Tony Williams by Major Decison (14-4) at the Reno T.O.C. last December
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    # 193 - Jesse Vasquez - True Freshman - 4 Time California HS State champion - 2017 CA State champ at 113 lbs - 2018 CA State champ at 132 lbs - 2019 CA State champ at 138 lbs - 2020 CA State champ at 145 lbs.
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    157 lbs
    # 8 ranked Jacori Teemer - 2021 RS Sophomore (17-5) 2020 PAC 12 champ at 157 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Teemer beat Stanford's Tyler Eischens twice last season. First by Tech Fall (19-4 in 7:00) and second by 6-3 decision.  Teemer beat Oregon State's Michael Murphy by FALL (0:42) in the ASU vs Oregon State dual.  Teemer beat Little Rock's Thomas Lisher by Tech Fall (17-2 in 4:52) in the ASU vs. Little Rock dual.  Teemer beat Cal Poly's Brawley Lamer by Major Decision twice last season (12-4 and 14-6).  Teemer beat CSUB's Wyatt Gerl 6-3 in the ASU vs CSUB dual.
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    # 157 ranked Hunter Balk - 2021 RS Fresman (7-3)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Balk lost by Major Decision (16-6) last November at the Roadrunner Open to Stanford's Tyler Eischens.  Balk won 7-2 vs. Cal Poly's Max Anderson last November at the Roadrunner Opne.  Balk lost by Tech Fall (16-0 in 3:00) vs. Grant Willits of Oregon State last December at the Reno T.O.C.  Balk lost by Major Decision (10-2) vs. Joseph Valdez of CS Bakersfield last December at the Reno T.O.C.
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    165 lbs
    # 7 ranked (at 174 lbs) Anthony Valencia - 2021 RS Senior (22-6) 2020 PAC 12 champ at 174 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON (at 174 lbs) -- Valencia beat Oregon State's Jackson McKinney by Tech Fall (20-4 in 5:58) in the ASU vs. Oregon State dual.   Valencia beat Stanford's Jared Hill twice, by Major Decision (12-4) in the ASU vs. Stanford dual and by Tech Fall (20-5) at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.   Valencia beat Little Rock's Tristan Tadeo by FALL (1:36) in the ASU vs. Little Rock dual.  Valencia beat Cal Poly's Dylan Miracle twice by Fall (0:34 and 1:23).  Valencia beat CSUB's Albert Urias by FALL (0:41) in the ASU vs CSUB dual.
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    174 lbs
    # 64 ranked Trey Munoz - 2021 RS Freshman (13-2 while redshirting in 2019-2020)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Munoz beat Albert Urias of CSUB 7-3 last November at the Roadrunner Open and 8-3 last December at the Reno T.O.C.
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    # 150 ranked Josh Nummer - 2021 RS Freshman (5-6)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Nummer lost by FALL (0:57) vs. Foster Karmon of Stanford last November at the Roadrunner Open.
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    184 lbs
    # 37 ranked Cade Belshay - 2021 RS Junior (4-2 at 184 lbs in 2019-2020) - Placed 3rd at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 184 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Belshay beat Stanford's Foster Karmon 8-3 at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Belshay lost 6-3 vs. Oregon State's Colt Doyle at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Belshay won by Medical Forfeit over Cal Poly's Trent Tracy at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Belshay won by Tech Fall (16-1 in 2:19) vs. Little Rock's Mathew Muller at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.
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    # 74 ranked Austin Clayton - 2021 RS Junior (18-10)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Clayton went 1-2 last season vs CSUB's Josh Loomer.  First Clayton lost by Fall (0:33) to Loomer at the Roadrunner Open last November and then lost 5-2 to Loomer at the Southern Scuffle last January and then Clayton beat Loomer 2-0 in the ASU vs CSUB dual.  Clayton also lost by Fall in 2:51 vs. CSUB's Brian Horn.  Clayton also lost twice to Oregon State's Colt Doyle (by MD 13-1 and 9-3).  Clayton won by Fall (6:00) vs. Cal Poly's Uriel Beristain.
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    # 150 ranked Zane Coleman - 2021 RS Freshman (0-0) - Coleman, for reasons unknown to me, did not compete at all during the 2019-2020 season.
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    197 lbs
    # 10 ranked Kordell Norfleet - 2021 Senior OR RS Junior (14-3) 2020 PAC 12 champ at 197 lbs
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Norfleet beat Oregon State's J.J. Dixon twice.  First by a 9-6 decision in the Oregon State vs. ASU dual and second at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament by Major Decision (11-3).  Norfleet also beat Stanford's Nathan Traxler twice.  First 4-2 in Sudden Victory Overtime 2 in the ASU vs Stanford dual and second by Fall (1:38) at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament. Norfleet beat Little Rock's Dylan Johnson by Fall (1:14) in the Little Rock vs. ASU dual.   Norfleet beat Cal Poly's Thomas Lane 7-5 in the ASU vs. Cal Poly dual.  Norfleet beat CSUB's Josh Annis by Tech Fall (19-4 in 5:00).
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    # 117 ranked Chad Porter - 2021 RS Junior (0-0)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    # 128 ranked Jacob Good - 2021 RS Freshman (3-4)
    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE
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    285 lbs
    # 48 ranked Cohlton Schultz - 2021 RS Freshman (8-1 while redshirting in 2019-2020)

    PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Schultz beat Stanford's Trevor Rasmussen 5-2 at the Roadrunner Open last November.
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    RegularStalling reacted to Idaho in ASU Town-hall   
    To me that appears to be more of a "target" type of spreadsheet made by a fan. They list 2023 targets are freshman right now (Hayden Cunningham) and cannot even be contacted for recruiting per the NCAA rules. Also it appears the names in blue are the ones who actually have committed to Penn State. The ones in black appear to be targets who have not committed/signed. 
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    RegularStalling reacted to MizzouGrad in Alex dieringer   
    This RTC free agency period solidifies my prior thesis that there is basically 1 functional RTC in the country: NLWC. 
    The rest of the RTC's are glorified training places for high schoolers and ex-college wrestlers with little chance of making a world or olympic team. People will see this Dieringer news and question whether John Smith and Okie St. are good enough to challenge the Penn St. and Ohio St. of the world. Well, guess what? Okie St. and Missouri got the top recruiting classes and they both have barely functional RTC's. 
    And do you know why Coach Brian Smith and Coach John Smith have weak RTC's? Because they do not care about them, nor do they believe the benefits outweigh the problems. Liability issues with high schoolers around adults, diverting precious resources from the college team to other non-university wrestlers and the lack of oversight are all reasons that many choices have basically eschewed RTCs.
    Take a cursory look with me: NLWC has legit contenders (meaning top 3 at the weight) at 57kg, 65kg, 74kg, 86kg, and 97kg. And Gwizz occasionally trains there too.
    Now look at every other RTC. The vaunted Ohio RTC has J'den Cox visiting once a month max to vary his training and J'den recently said he didn't enjoy traveling to Columbus from Colorado. Ohio RTC has zero contenders at 57kg, 65kg, 74kg, 86kg or 125kg. Kollin Moore and a part-time Cox is all they have to show. 
    What about Iowa? Per usual, a stud at 57kg and nothing else. Jaydin Eierman, a guy that couldn't qualify for the olympic trials, is apparently the guy at 65kg. Alex Marinelli is the 74kg and Kemdawg is 86kg, but both guys have a slim, slim chance of making a world team. Nothing at 97kg or 125kg. 
    Hell, the most successful RTC besides NLWC is Michigan and its merry trope of non-American competitors. 
    So much discussion revolves around the RTC, but they mean basically nothing. 
    Most schools like Okie St., Mizzou, Cornell, Iowa, Illinois and others have 1 legit guy at their RTC's that could make a squad. 
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from Housebuye in ASU Town-hall   
    I don't think he outright said "elite", but If I was a betting man I'd be willing to bet quite a bit that Vasquez announces he's heading to ASU within the coming days. Figs Verbally committed his Freshman summer, if that means anything these days. Perry coming on board definitely helps their case with both I'd say.
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from Housebuye in 4x CA State Champ Jesse Vasquez to Arizona State   
    Very, very true. I hear some guy named Mark Perry has had some success with Cali guys though :)
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from gobraves101905 in 4x CA State Champ Jesse Vasquez to Arizona State   
    Very, very true. I hear some guy named Mark Perry has had some success with Cali guys though :)
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    RegularStalling got a reaction from gobraves101905 in 4x CA State Champ Jesse Vasquez to Arizona State   
    Jesse has always been something of an enigma on the California wrestling scene. He's attended three high schools, and wrestled an almost nonexistent regular season schedule over the past two seasons. When he's competed in state, he's for the most part cruised through it. Vasquez is as good as it gets on his feet, and although he could definitely fill the void for ASU at 149 in year one, I think a redshirt year would do him a lot of good. Either way, Vasquez looks to be a mainstay in the middle of the sun devil lineup for the foreseeable future with multiple time AA potential. He'll come to Tempe after considering the likes of Princeton, Michigan, Duke, Ohio State, and Cornell.
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    RegularStalling reacted to Idaho in 4x CA State Champ Jesse Vasquez to Arizona State   
    I’m glad he landed at ASU and hope he does well. He would benefit from a redshirt. With that said, not to be Debbie Downer but....Naser, Villarreal , Demison, Belton. A Valencia - ASU has not exactly set the world on fire with multiple time California state champs.  
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    RegularStalling reacted to Thor77 in Jesse Vasquez - CA four time State champ - College decision   
    Just looked through his Instagram, everything regarding his recruitment is trolling. That’s annoying as a fan and I wouldn’t appreciate if I was a coach recruiting him. 
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