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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais'

    Was Eric Morrill hurt last year or just forget how to wrestle the last month ? He was 29-4 and ended up 32-8.

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    I am with Jensen on thiso ne. Ryan has no issue at all wrestling the best guy. I see Steiber at 125, Triggas bumped up to 133, and Paddock redshirting.

    Re: Garnett, I assumed he was moving up, but yeah, I'd slot him as my top R12 guy and drop Zanetta off. As a matter of fact, I'll do that.
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': 125 Posted

    133 lbs.

    1. Tyler Graff, Wisconsin
    2. Boris Novachkov, Cal Poly
    3. Eric Grajales, Michigan
    4. Andrew Hochstrasser, Boise State
    5. Lou Ruggirello, Hofstra
    6. Nate Moore, Iowa
    7. Mike Grey, Cornell
    8. Scotti Sentes, Central Michigan

    Round of 12: Rollie Peterkin, UPenn; Nathan McCormick, Missouri; Nic Bedelyon, Kent State; Kelly Kubec, Oregon State
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': 125 Posted

    Oh yeah, I went there. I think this weight is going to be nuts next year.
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': 125 Posted

    I but Boris 2 but Grajales i have never been that high on. I think Hoch could keep Oliver at bay but Grajales I think will have some struggles this year. Didnt have a great redshirt year only wrestled one match. There are still lots of growing pains he needs to endure and I think he's a year or so away from a high aa finish.
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': 125 Posted

    He only wrestled one match, but this is a kid who had a winning record against Jordan Oliver in high school. He beat Kyle Dake in Greco, Dake's preferred style. He beat Andrew Alton at a college open en route to winning said open while both were in high school. Grajales is the real deal. And he was listed at 133 last year, and some rumors I'm hearing have him at 133 since Russell wants to stay at 141, and that the weight cut isn't that big of a deal. He's been a Junior World Team member in Greco. He was ranked in Senior Level Greco and has beaten several good senior level Greco wrestlers.
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    Oliver isn't going 133 next year, this is coming from about as iron clad of a source as I could get.

    Picking Ramos to AA while lambasting me for picking David Thorn to make the Round of 12 is ridiculous given that Thorn stuck him in 1:43 this summer and placed higher than him in another tournament where they were in the same bracket and didn't wrestle.

    Grajales thing is fine with me given that one he's already proven to be very tough as you've mentioned and he'll have an interesting dynamic as a kind of under the radar guy at least to start the year off next year, and two I've got two DE guys who've yet to AA prominently featured on my list

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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': 125-133

    I literally included Tony Ramos for the sole reason of annoying you.

    EDIT: Also, I would acknowledge it's a homer pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    I literally included Tony Ramos for the sole reason of annoying you.
    Honesty is certainly appreciated...

    I may have to go revise my picks for a third time to get a few of those in at you.

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