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With this season not counting towards eligibility this will result in many 6th year seniors next season, but with 6th year waivers more common and olympic redshirts there is the possibilty have a 7th years too.  How many 7 year or beyond wrestlers will be competing in 2021-2022? Jaydin Eierman, Stevan Micic, and Michael Kemerer are three that come to mind.  I think only Eierman said he would come back

Jaydin Eierman graduated high school in 2015 so this would be his 7th year since high school.  2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 6th year senior/covid year, 2021-2022 7th year senior.  

Steven Micic graduated high school in 2014 so next year would be his 8th year since high school. 2014-2015 regular redshirt, 2015-2016 Olympic redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 2nd Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 did not compete/Olympic year, 2021-2022 8th year senior

Michael Kemerer graduated high school in 2015 so next year would be his 7th year since high school. 2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 injured/redeived 6th year waiver, 2019-2020 redshirt junior, 2020-2021 6th year senior/COVID year, 2021-20227th year senior

 Any others?

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4 hours ago, Fishbane said:

With this season not counting towards eligibility this will result in many 6th year seniors next season, but with 6th year waivers more common and olympic redshirts there is the possibilty have a 7th years too.  How many 7 year or beyond wrestlers will be competing in 2021-2022? Jaydin Eierman, Stevan Micic, and Michael Kemerer are three that come to mind.  I think only Eierman said he would come back

Jaydin Eierman graduated high school in 2015 so this would be his 7th year since high school.  2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 6th year senior/covid year, 2021-2022 7th year senior.  

Steven Micic graduated high school in 2014 so next year would be his 8th year since high school. 2014-2015 regular redshirt, 2015-2016 Olympic redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 2nd Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 did not compete/Olympic year, 2021-2022 8th year senior

Michael Kemerer graduated high school in 2015 so next year would be his 7th year since high school. 2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 injured/redeived 6th year waiver, 2019-2020 redshirt junior, 2020-2021 6th year senior/COVID year, 2021-20227th year senior

 Any others?

Anthony Valencia IF he chooses to return for another season.

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2 hours ago, VakAttack said:

If any of them come back, who could really blame them?  They only really get one go around at this sport and one go around at college wrestling.  Enjoy your time as long as you're within the rules.  

It’s amazing how stupid people can be. It’s their athletic window and a product of the system 99% of them support. But they’re also incapable of admitting their ride is stalling.. cause “they attacks on feet sometime”

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2 hours ago, VakAttack said:

If any of them come back, who could really blame them?  They only really get one go around at this sport and one go around at college wrestling.  Enjoy your time as long as you're within the rules.  

Ummmmm, no, really, at some point (5  years?) time to grow up.  Give some younger kid a chance.

Old School is only funny at the movies.

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7 years is ridiculous.  This is supposed to be a college experience.  I'd go with the Olympic absence and a major injury early in the season, but what we're seeing is crazy.  These guys are supposed to be pursuing a life.  The worst thing about it is that an opening for new kids coming out of high school is closed.  How do they justify a scholarship for 7 yearts?  Iowa has what 4 or 5 guys coming back for 6th and 7th years.  That's 4 or 5 new kids that could be brought along, like we see at Penn State who had a down year and now have 5 great youngsters coming up and contributing.

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1 hour ago, Sstern said:

Ummmmm, no, really, at some point (5  years?) time to grow up.  Give some younger kid a chance.

Old School is only funny at the movies.

Agree.  NCAA should be emphasizing the importance of working towards finishing college in 4 years. Just as bad as the 1 and done players in basketball are the "6 and done" guys in sports like wrestling.  I'm actually in favor of completely getting rid of redshirting-this will actually allow more people to get scholarships (9.9 split over 4 years instead of 5).  One of the best things about the Ivy League and D3 is the emphasis on the 4 year limit.  Unfortunately, some schools in both the Ivy and D3 find ways around this rule.  It's also unfortunate that the Ivy has suspended its ban on grad students competing for next year, but I'm glad it is only a one year change and not something that applies to everyone who has been impacted by their canceled season. 

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7 years is ridiculous.  This is supposed to be a college experience.  I'd go with the Olympic absence and a major injury early in the season, but what we're seeing is crazy.  These guys are supposed to be pursuing a life.  The worst thing about it is that an opening for new kids coming out of high school is closed.  How do they justify a scholarship for 7 yearts?  Iowa has what 4 or 5 guys coming back for 6th and 7th years.  That's 4 or 5 new kids that could be brought along, like we see at Penn State who had a down year and now have 5 great youngsters coming up and contributing.
Penn state greys shirts, redshirts, and then has 3rd year freshman. They use their rtc to train them while not enrolled.

So there's that.

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I am all for EVERY wrestler getting his legitimate crack at 4 NCAA tournaments. If they missed 1 because the tournament was cancelled due to a pandemic or they missed a year due to injury or both. 
 

these guys work way too damn hard to lose out on  goals like being a 4X AA or getting that last shot at being a champ. 

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9 hours ago, Fishbane said:

With this season not counting towards eligibility this will result in many 6th year seniors next season, but with 6th year waivers more common and olympic redshirts there is the possibilty have a 7th years too.  How many 7 year or beyond wrestlers will be competing in 2021-2022? Jaydin Eierman, Stevan Micic, and Michael Kemerer are three that come to mind.  I think only Eierman said he would come back

Jaydin Eierman graduated high school in 2015 so this would be his 7th year since high school.  2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 6th year senior/covid year, 2021-2022 7th year senior.  

Steven Micic graduated high school in 2014 so next year would be his 8th year since high school. 2014-2015 regular redshirt, 2015-2016 Olympic redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 redshirt junior, 2019-2020 2nd Olympic redshirt, 2020-2021 did not compete/Olympic year, 2021-2022 8th year senior

Michael Kemerer graduated high school in 2015 so next year would be his 7th year since high school. 2015-2016 regular redshirt, 2016-2017 redshirt freshman, 2017-2018 redshirt sophomore, 2018-2019 injured/redeived 6th year waiver, 2019-2020 redshirt junior, 2020-2021 6th year senior/COVID year, 2021-20227th year senior

 Any others?

 

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Lol at guys who will be weeks shy of 26 by the time Nationals rolls around next wanting to compete against 18-22 year olds. They’ll be beating up on guys who can’t even legally drink yet. Imagine being past your prime already by the time you’re done in college...

They’re all great wrestlers, but lol. Gonna try sneaking back into high school next?

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36 minutes ago, RichB said:

Unless Military, D1 eligibility should end at 6 years. No more 3 year Mission then 5-6 years in college.

I've long railed against kids being able to go on religious "missions" so they can start their college careers at 20 or 21 years old. That's ridiculous, and a huge advantage. Some guys here say "yeah, but they aren't wrestling". Doesn't matter, guys get stronger as they move from their teens to their twenties. 

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