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Lets Do It. List your team and the projected finish for your wrestlers. It should be a best case scenario for your team to capture the championship.

 

Ok St

 

125 Klimira 6th

133 Morrison 2nd

141 Feikert DNP

149 Kindig 3rd

156 Dieringer 1st

165 Caldwell 2nd

174 Perry 1st

184 Rogers 8th

197 Rosholt 6th

hvy Marsden 6th

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125- Thorn 4th

133- Dardanes 2nd

141- Dardanes 5th

149- Ness 2nd

157- Zilverberg 7th-R12

165- Reel 8th-R12

174- Storely 1st

184- Steinhaus 2nd(I would be ballsy and pick 1st prior to his injury)

197- Schiller 2nd

285- Nelson 1st

 

This is what I view as their highest possible placings, but chances are atleast half of them finish below what I listed

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This is a good topic. I need to do a little research for Penn and I hope someone contributes for Lehigh.

 

Unfortunately Ivy league teams don't have the advantage of redshirting, but hey do have the trade-off advantage of a great education and I think Penn may be starting a few true freshman.

 

My Penn State contribution is not very original, but here goes with my hope for 10 AAs/3 Champs:

 

125 Megaludis 1st (I'm hoping Nico redshirts to extend the talent at the lower weights for PSU)

133 Gulibon 3rd

141 Moss/Waters 8th (I'm hoping for a Retherford RS - PSU will need the big guns after the two big guns graduate)

149 A. Alton 4th

157 D. Alton 3rd

165 Taylor 1st

174 Brown 3rd

184 Ruth 1st

197 McIntosh 3rd

285 Lawson/Gingrich 5th

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^^Word back east is that Austin Miller's planning to transfer to Okla State, so I assume he might be in the mix to start at 125 this coming season.

career record of 36-23 at Bucknell... don't think he'll be in the mix to start for the Cowboys.

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UPENN 2014-

125 Caleb Richardson with help from Ken Bade.

133 Jeff Canfora. (I think Richardson will cert/hold 125 and not go 133)

141 CJ Cobb

149 Andrew Lenzi

157 Stephen Robertson and/or Ray Bethea

165 Casey Kent and/or Brad Wukie

174 Lorenzo Thomas and Ian Korb

184 Cannan Bethea

197 Could be incoming frosh Frank Mattiace

285 Steven Graziano (Kyle Cowan – health problems/might not wrestle)

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Note on Austin Miller, who apparently plans to transfer from Bucknell to Okla State. I've seen Miller compete and though he physically is not a big 125 pounder he is quite talented, when healthy. Back in 2010 he placed second in the PIAA AAA's at 103 and took third place in the 2011 PIAA AAA's at 112 pounds. He started as a true frosh for Bucknell the 2012 season, was Navy Classic runnerup, wrestled well in dual meets, placed third in the 2012 EIWA's, competed in the 2012 NCAA's (0-2) and completed the year about 22-14. This past season he went about 15-8, out a lot with injury. We shall see if he ends up at Okla State and how he does.

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Illinois Fighting Illini

 

125- Jesse Delgado

133- Zane Richards

141- Steven Rodriguez

149- Caleb Ervin

157- Zac Brunson

165- Jackson Morse

174- Nikko Reyes

184- Tony Dallago

197- Mario Gonzalez

HVY- Chris Lopez or Brooks Black

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Here's a guess at Mizzou's lineup....

 

125- Hmmm....no idea. Maybe Boomer Boyd? (Waters will be redshirting)

133- Matt Manley (RFr)

141- Trevor Jauch (So)

149- Drake Houdeshelt (Jr). 2x NQ, 2013 AA

157- Kyle Bradley (Sr) 3x NQ

165- Zach Toal (Sr) 3x NQ

174- Mikey England (Jr) - I hear he transferred from IA State

184- Johnny Eblen (Jr)

197- Willie Miklus (Fr), or J'Den Cox (Fr)

HWT- Devin Mellon (Jr) '12 NQ

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tosu

125 Nicky Roberts NQ-RD12

133 Johnni DiJulius RD12-7th

141 Logan Stieber 1st

149 Hunter Stieber 2nd

157 Randy Languis NQ

165 ???

174 Mark Martin NQ-RD12

184 Kenny Courts RD12-7th

197 Nick Heflin 4th

HWT Nick Tavanello NQ

 

Ian Paddock will likely go at 149 and Hunter will RS according to coach Ryan. Check out this Flo Interview around the 1:35 mark:

http://www.flowrestling.org/coverage/25 ... -2014-tOSU

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125 Nicky Roberts NQ-RD12

133 Johnni DiJulius RD12-7th

141 Logan Stieber 1st

149 Hunter Stieber 2nd

157 Randy Languis NQ

165 ???

174 Mark Martin NQ-RD12

184 Kenny Courts RD12-7th

197 Nick Heflin 4th

HWT Nick Tavanello NQ

 

Ian Paddock will likely go at 149 and Hunter will RS according to coach Ryan. Check out this Flo Interview around the 1:35 mark:

http://www.flowrestling.org/coverage/25 ... -2014-tOSU

 

Has Tessari surfaced anywhere?

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Iowa

 

125 - Clark/Gilman 4th

133 - Ramos 1st

141 - Dziewa 7th

149 - ??? big unknown Kelly (possible wt issues) Cooper (extracurrilar issues). Cooper has higher potential,

could be 3rd

157 - St J 1st

165 - Moore 6th

174 - Evans 3rd

184 - Lofthouse 3rd

197 - Burak 7th

Hwt - Telford 3rd

 

My overly optimistic scenario could have Iowa with 2 champs and possibly 10 AA's.

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I thought J'Den Cox would be a college HWT? Is 197 confirmed for him.

 

I love the optimism. Everyone's got 9-10 AA's on their team. Shows how tough it really is to AA at the D1 level, because there are only 8 spots.

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Wisconsin isn't going to win the NCAA title this year, but Graff has a shot and there's some good young talent on the team. Best guess of lineup:

 

125 - Taylor

133 - Graff

141 - Thielke

149 - York may drop from '57 and will battle with newcomers like Ruschell or Lubeck

157 - Jordan

165 - Cousins

174 - Liegel

184 - Hein (rumor on Wisky board is that he's dropping from '97)

197 - McCall

HWT - Medbery

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I hope Graff can figure out how to hide a gas tank in his singlet, or come up with a duck under to counter Ramos' forward movement.

 

Me too. Easy to root for Graff especially because he seems to have the edge in technique and is the one who is actually committing more to offensive shots instead of just hand fighting and bulling forward (and yes I'm obviously biased). Hard to fault Ramos though because it worked. Graff has a great rep for his discipline and work ethic so I suspect the gas tank is just an inherent advantage Ramos has. I wonder if cutting from 141 mid-season was a factor though. I hope so. Go Graff!

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I thought J'Den Cox would be a college HWT? Is 197 confirmed for him.

 

I love the optimism. Everyone's got 9-10 AA's on their team. Shows how tough it really is to AA at the D1 level, because there are only 8 spots.

 

Not decided yet on Cox. Mellon has two years of eligibility left & Cox has a redshirt year if needed. He may wrestle a year or two @ 197, but pretty sure he'll end up @ heavyweight @ some point.

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I thought J'Den Cox would be a college HWT? Is 197 confirmed for him.

 

Not confirmed at all, I was just guessing. Mellon is a legitimate D1 heavy right now, and J'Den was walking around at 205 last year. It's going to take him a while to fill into a good sized collegiate HWT.

 

It would make the most sense for either Miklus or Cox to redshirt this year at 197, then the other do the same next year, then have Miklus at 197 and Cox at Hwt for the '15-'16 season, each with 3 yrs left. But what do I know....

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125 Nicky Roberts NQ-RD12

133 Johnni DiJulius RD12-7th

141 Logan Stieber 1st

149 Hunter Stieber 2nd

157 Randy Languis NQ

165 ???

174 Mark Martin NQ-RD12

184 Kenny Courts RD12-7th

197 Nick Heflin 4th

HWT Nick Tavanello NQ

 

 

What a bummer with Derek Garcia and his knee .... We felt that given enough time, and the correct weight, he could have done some good things. Sounds as tho the school is taking care of him, even now that he is no longer going to compete.

 

And I have absolutely no idea, or handle on either OSU Beavs, or the Bronco's.

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