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Just wanted to know where each state stands on how many qualifiers they have based on what state they are from. Just to solve the Prep debate, the qualifier will go to the state where he spent most of his high school career e.i. Ruth and Evans are PA boys even though they went to Blair their senior year. I'll start with Michigan

 

Michigan (15/4.5% of NCAA qualifiers)

 

125-Christian Cullinan (CMU) Wyandotte, MI

149-Dan Osterman (MSU) St. Johns, MI

149-Donnie Corby (CMU) Croswell, MI

157-Ryan Watts (MSU) Ferndale, MI

157-Matt Frisch (Citadel) Oxford, MI

165-Josh Houldsworth (Columbia) Holly, MI

165-Taylor Massa (Michigan) St. Johns, MI

165-Paul Hancock (Army) Dearborn, MI

174-Phil Joseph (EMU) Lapeer, MI

174-Dan Yates (Michigan) Hesperia, MI

184-John Rizgallah (MSU) Allegan, MI

184-Ben Bennett (CMU) Rockford, MI

197-Nick Whitenburg (EMU) Temperance, MI

285-Mike McClure (MSU) Holland, MI

285-Jarod Trice (CMU) Highland Park, MI

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I count 32 / 9.7% for Ohio.

 

125

Mitcheff

 

133

Gambucci

Dicamillo

Stieber

Ward

 

141

Stieber

Neibert

Salupo

 

149

Habat

Brascetta

 

157

Moore

Dong

Demas

 

165

Taylor

Marsh

Toal

Sulzer

Harger

Martin

 

174

Heflin

Wheeler

Walters

Korb

 

184

Thomusseit

Newburg

Magrum

Utley

Radford

 

197

Kilgore

Wellington

 

285

Thomusseit

Shaw

Johnson

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17 from California - 2 are 1 seeds

(Wt - Name - University - High School):

 

125 Tyler Iwamura CSU Bakersfield Santa Fe Christian

125 Nikko Triggas Ohio State Campolindo

125 Nahshon Garrett Cornell Chico

125 Jesse Delgado Illinois Gilroy

133 No entrant

141 Chris Mecate ODU Redlands East Valley

149 Scott Sakaguchi Oregon State Clovis

157 Jason Welch Northwestern Las Lomas

157 Cody Pack South Dakota State Lassen?

165 No entrant

174 Stephan West Columbia Buchanan

174 Bryce Hammond CSU Bakersfield Bakersfield

184 Mike Larson Missouri McKInleyville

184 Ryan Loder UNI Granite Bay?

184 James Cook Campbell Madera South

184 Luke Sheridan Indiana De La Salle

197 Jake Merideth AZ State Temecula Valley

285 Matt Gibson ISU Jessie Bethel

285 JT Felix Boise State Centennial (Corona)

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i am mising the second number 1 seed...

17 from California - 2 are 1 seeds

(Wt - Name - University - High School):

 

125 Tyler Iwamura CSU Bakersfield Santa Fe Christian

125 Nikko Triggas Ohio State Campolindo

125 Nahshon Garrett Cornell Chico

125 Jesse Delgado Illinois Gilroy

133 No entrant

141 Chris Mecate ODU Redlands East Valley

149 Scott Sakaguchi Oregon State Clovis

157 Jason Welch Northwestern Las Lomas

157 Cody Pack South Dakota State Lassen?

165 No entrant

174 Stephan West Columbia Buchanan

174 Bryce Hammond CSU Bakersfield Bakersfield

184 Mike Larson Missouri McKInleyville

184 Ryan Loder UNI Granite Bay?

184 James Cook Campbell Madera South

184 Luke Sheridan Indiana De La Salle

197 Jake Merideth AZ State Temecula Valley

285 Matt Gibson ISU Jessie Bethel

285 JT Felix Boise State Centennial (Corona)

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21 clear- 2 4 years at prep. Didn't count guys like Ruth with just one year in state. (Missed a few edited)

NJ

125

Deutsch

Silver (Note: 4 years of Blair)

Duca

133

Dellafave

141

Melde

Cimato (Peddie)

Cobb

149

Valenti

Villalonga

Santos

157

Taffur

Winston

Green

Walsh

165

Visicaro

174

Zanetti

184

Rinaldi

Bethea

197

Fox

Camp

285

Smith

Lawson

Innes

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of the pa qualifiers 16 are seeded top 8 and 5 more are seeded 9-12.

 

21 seeded wrestlers

 

How many D1 schools are in state? I'm serious-not trying to be a d head.

 

California has 3 in the entire state. How sad is that?

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of the pa qualifiers 16 are seeded top 8 and 5 more are seeded 9-12.

 

21 seeded wrestlers

 

How many D1 schools are in state? I'm serious-not trying to be a d head.

 

California has 3 in the entire state. How sad is that?

 

off the top of my head

1 edinboro

2 clarion

3 pitt

4 psu

5 bloom

6 f&m

7 lock haven

8 lehigh

9 penn

10 drexel

11 bucknell

 

millersville and east stroudsburg recently dropped to DII, duquesne dropped their program recently and slippery rock not long before that.

 

not sure where you are going with this when the guys are top 12 in the country. i agree that it affects qualifiers a little, but hard to imagine these kids wouldnt be in a line-up somewhere else if they didnt have as many opps in pa.

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I have to agree somewhat. Staying close to home has it's advantages though. Unfortunately, most of the top CA kids leave the state, and far away at that. It's sad for wrestling in general that the biggest state in the country has 3 D1 schools, and Stanford ain't that easy to get into.

 

I just see D1 wrestling dwindling and dwindling and it's sad for our sport.

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Please understand - coaches will fill their roster with the best talent available. Coaches fight to keep their jobs, they are not part of charitable organizations. The coaches at PA schools do not get extra bonus points for recruiting a home state kid over an out of state kid. Do you think Flynn at Edinboro would pass on Dake if he had a shot at him in favor of less talented PA kid at that for that roster spot ?

All college coaches get the best kids they can from whatever State they can to make their team better.

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Someone told me PA with 47 based on finishing high school. I am presuming that takes Ruth and Evans to the Blair column.

 

No matter how you slice it Huntley is not a PA kid - he went to Blair for his senior (maybe junior) year and Colonial Forge (as I recall) for the couple years before that.

 

Ohio at 32 is CORRECT. It was 27 through the qualifiers and the five wild card's today.

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I have to agree somewhat. Staying close to home has it's advantages though. Unfortunately, most of the top CA kids leave the state, and far away at that. It's sad for wrestling in general that the biggest state in the country has 3 D1 schools, and Stanford ain't that easy to get into.

 

I just see D1 wrestling dwindling and dwindling and it's sad for our sport.

if stanford were easy to get into- 6-16 dual record and a combined 10-18 in the conference tourney- why would you?

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18 clear- 2 4 years at prep. Didn't count guys like Ruth with just one year in state.

NJ

125

Deutsch

Silver (Note: 4 years of Blair)

Duca

133

Dellafave

141

Melde

Cimato (Peddie)

Cobb

149

Valenti

Villalonga

Santos

157

Taffur

Winston

Green

Walsh

165

Visicaro

184

Rinaldi

197

Fox

Camp

285

Smith

Lawson[/quote

 

 

Also Zannetti at 174

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Having that many in state schools absolutely helps in getting the numbers up. In state tuition is one huge factor, plus the proximity to home. Most kids aren't getting much money, so the financial aspect is huge.

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Someone told me PA with 47 based on finishing high school. I am presuming that takes Ruth and Evans to the Blair column.

 

No matter how you slice it Huntley is not a PA kid - he went to Blair for his senior (maybe junior) year and Colonial Forge (as I recall) for the couple years before that.

 

Ohio at 32 is CORRECT. It was 27 through the qualifiers and the five wild card's today.

 

Any idea what happened with Sako this year? I would have thought he would qualify unless injured etc. Next year he will be a jr ? senior?

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Any idea what happened with Sako this year? I would have thought he would qualify unless injured etc. Next year he will be a jr ? senior?

 

Sako Redshirted this season. Valenti came back off Redshirt and Sako went on Redshirt--had a good redshirt season.

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In state tuition is one huge factor, plus the proximity to home. Most kids aren't getting much money, so the financial aspect is huge.

 

There's no in-state tuition for private schools is there? So it's only an issue for state/public schools.

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