Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 9 of 17

Thread: Best Recruiting Class

Hybrid View

  1. #1

    Default Best Recruiting Class

    I know we still have some time for late signings, but who has the best class so far:

    Oklahoma State: Jamal Parks, Luke Ashmore, Luke Silver, Clayton Foster

    Minnesota: Zach Sanders, Sonny Yohn, Kaleb Young, Torrey Line, Cody Marcicki

    Penn State: Frank Molinaro, Jared Platt, Tim Darling, Cameron Wade, Micah Bollinger, Colby Pisani, Chad Sindoni, Chad Mitchell

    Ohio State: Nikko Triggas, Bo Touris, Colt Sponseller, Sean Nemec, John Weakley

    Virginia Tech: Cody Gardner, Nick Murray, Matt Cusick, Matt Ryan, Anthony Tragone, Tommy Spellman, DJ Bruce, David Marone

    Hofstra: Tyler Mashkow, Justin Accordino, PJ Gillespie, Justin Danz, Lawrence Beckman, Jeff Sicilliano

    Missouri: Troy Dolan, KC Pescaglia, Max Shanaman, Brandon Weist, Michael Schmitz, Dorian Henderson, Trevor Collins, Dom Bradley

    Virginia: Matt Bonson, Scott O'Donnell, Shawn Harris, Matt/Nick Nelson, Dan Gonsor, Dave Ebbott, Michael Chaires, Chris Henrich

    Indiana: Matt Ortega, Chris Diaz, Joe Fagiano, Reece Freeman

    Pitt: Tyler Nauman, Thad Frick, Ethan Headlee, AJ Brentzel, David Crowell, Dan Mahoney

  2. #2
    Olympic Champ RYou's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    New Jersey
    Posts
    8,376

    Default

    Rutgers -

  3. #3

    Default Rutgers

    Well Rutgers isn't up there with those teams but John Mangini and Tyler Milonas for this year isn't bad after Dobish and Russo.

  4. #4

    Default

    Out of all of those mentioned by eazee, the Virginia class seems pretty impressive for that school. The Nelsons are high catches for them and Chaires could start for them right away and be a force. Add O'Donnell, Bonson and the Ohio recruits and there's nice quantity/quality. Now its up to the young staff to "coach 'em up'.

    Another good class too for Ryan, though I'm wondering where Nemec fits, he may have to bump up.
    Last edited by OldShamrock; 04-05-2007 at 12:26 PM.

  5. #5

    Default Osu

    From what I understand Nemec was a light 160 lber. Apparently he can may 157 next year, maybe RS behind Johnston, I don't know how long he could hold 157 though.

  6. #6

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by eazee View Post
    From what I understand Nemec was a light 160 lber. Apparently he can may 157 next year, maybe RS behind Johnston, I don't know how long he could hold 157 though.
    He is. But so is Sponseller, who may be pushing Johnstone next year, and beat Nemec (handily) this year, and Just beat Zeerip at Senior Nationals. Palmer's at 149 for awhile, leaving the relatively open 165 spot

  7. #7
    Redshirt
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Location
    Lehigh Valley, PA
    Posts
    14

    Default

    Lehigh's class looks very strong....Sean Bilodeau, Connor McDonald, Zach Rey, Brandon Hatchett, Kyle Rosser....I could be missing one...

  8. #8
    Olympic Champ RYou's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    New Jersey
    Posts
    8,376

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by eazee View Post
    Well Rutgers isn't up there with those teams but John Mangini and Tyler Milonas for this year isn't bad after Dobish and Russo.
    Milonas I'll give you, but Mangini absolutely bombed this year at NJ States, 6th, and Senior Nationals going two and through to non-placers.

  9. #9

    Default

    The thinking on the local forum is that Sponseller will go 165 and Nemec 157. I don't think Johnstone beats a healthy Sean Nemec in a wrestle off. Johnstone's a 149 anyway and really needs to bulk up to have a chance to break into next year's lineup. Triggas might challenge immediately vs. Livingston. Touris should redshirt and so should Weakley since Picazzo, Puccilo, and Bergman will man 174 to 197.

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •