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    Default My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais': All Weights Posted with Team Scores

    I'll be posting my Summer Top 10's here. And lord knows they'll be more accurate than anyone else.

    125 lbs.

    1. Matt McDonough, Iowa
    2. Brandon Precin, Northwesten
    3. Andrew Long, Unattached
    4. Anthony Robles, Arizona State
    5. Logan Steiber, Ohio State
    6. Zack Sanders, Minnesota
    7. Brad Pataky, Penn State
    8. Ben Kjar, Utah Valley University

    Round of 12: Jarrod Garnett, Virginia Tech; Jarrod Patterson, Oklahoma; Jason Lara, Oregon State; James Nicholson, Old Dominion

    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

    141 lbs.

    1. Jordan Oliver, Oklahoma State
    2. Jimmy Kennedy, Illinois
    3. Tyler Nauman, Pitt
    4. Zack Bailey, Oklahoma
    5. Kellen Russell, Michigan
    6. Mike Thorn, Minnesota
    7. Chris Villalonga, Cornell
    8. Filip Novachkov, Cal Poly

    Round of 12: Germane Lindsey, Ohio U; Michael Mangrum; Levi Jones, Boise State; Michael Mangrum, Oregon State; Chris Diaz, Virginia Tech

    149 lbs.

    ∞. Brent Metcalf, United States...even when he graduates, Metcalf always wins. And yes, that's an Infinty symbol.

    1. Bubba Jenkins, Arizona State
    2. Frank Molinaro, Penn State
    3. Kyle Dake, Cornell
    4. Kevin LeValley, Bucknell
    5. Jason Chamberlain, Boise State
    6. Dylan Carew, Iowa
    7. Trent Weatherman, Iowa State
    8. Danny Zilverburg, Minnesota

    R12: Jamal Parks, Oklahoma State; Torsten Gillespie, Edinboro; Donnie Vinson, Binghamton; Seth Vernon, Oklahoma

    157 lbs.

    1. Darrion Caldwell, North Carolina State
    2. Steve Fittery, American
    3. Adam Hall, Boise State
    4. Jason Welch, Northwestern
    5. David Taylor, Penn State
    6. Jake Diechtler, Minnesota
    7. Bryce Saddoris, Navy
    8. Neil Erisman, Oklahoma State

    Round of 12: Peter Yates, Virginia Tech; Kurt Kinser, Indiana; Colt Sponseller, Ohio State; Justin Lister, Binghamton

    165 lbs.

    1. Andrew Howe, Wisconsin
    2. Jordan Burroughs, Nebraska
    3. Nick Amuchastegui, Stanford
    4. Jon Reader, Iowa State
    5. Alex Meade, Oklahoma State
    6. Derek St. John, Iowa
    7. Tyler Caldwell, Oklahoma
    8. Jarrion Beets, Northern Iowa

    Round of 12: Scott Winston, Rutgers; Conrad Polz, Illinois; Josh Asper, Maryland; Zach Toal, Missouri

    174 lbs.

    1. Chris Henrich, Virginia
    2. Mack Lewnes, Cornell
    3. Jordan Blanton, Illinois
    4. Colby Covington, Oregon State
    5. Scott Glasser, Minnesota
    6. Mike Benefiel, Oklahoma State
    7. Ethen Lofthouse, Iowa
    8. Ben Bennett, Central Michigan

    Round of 12: Austin Meys, Lehigh; Mike Letts, Maryland; Dorian Henderson, Missouri; Luke Manuel, Purdue

    184 lbs.

    1. Chris Perry, Oklahoma State
    2. Quentin Wright, Penn State
    3. Kirk Smith, Boise State
    4. Joe LeBlanc, Wyoming
    5. Dustin Kilgore, Kent State
    6. Josh Ihnen, Nebraska
    7. Chris Honeycutt, Edinboro
    8. Steve Bosak, Cornell

    Round of 12: Brent Haynes, Missouri; Tommy Spellman, Virginia Tech; AJ Kissel, Purdue; Zac Thomusseit, Pitt

    197 lbs.

    1. Cam Simaz, Cornell
    2. Sonny Yohn, Minnesota
    3. Trevor Brandvold, Wisconsin
    4. Clayton Foster, Oklahoma State
    5. Brent Chriswell, Boise State
    6. Micah Burak, Penn
    7. Cayle Byers, George Mason
    8. Anthony Biondo, Michigan

    Round of 12: Luke Lofthouse, Iowa; Riley Orozco, Cal State-Bakersfield; Michael Salopek, Virginia; Logan Brown, Purdue

    Heavyweight

    1. Zach Rey, Lehigh
    2. Dom Bradley, Missouri
    3. Alan Gelogaev, Oklahoma State
    4. Eric Bugenhagen, Wisconsin
    5. Jarod Trice, Central Michigan
    6. DJ Russo, Rutgers
    7. Brendan Barlow, Kent State
    8. Brandon Williamson, West Virignia

    Round of 12: Ryan Tomei, Pitt; Tyrell Fortune, Ohio State; David Marone, Virginia Tech; Cam Wade, Penn State

    Team Scores

    1. Oklahoma State, 100.5
    2. Cornell, 74
    3. Wisconsin, 70
    4. Boise State, 67.5 (I don't believe Chriswell will be wrestling this year though)
    5. Minnesota, 64.5
    6. Iowa, 61.5
    7. Penn State, 55.5
    8t. Arizona State, 34.5
    8t. Illinois, 34.5
    10. Michigan, 32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    I'll be posting my Summer Top 10's here. And lord knows they'll be more accurate than anyone else.
    So far, you're dead on.
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    Indeed.

    I foresee their quality only trending downward from here though.

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    Still looking good. You've really outdone yourself.

    Are you trying to titillate us like JensenS did starting the thread only to say they'll be up in a week or so?
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais'

    It seemed like the right time.

    Actually, I'm just subversively predicting the end of college wrestling now that Brent Metcalf has graduated.
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    Default Re: My Summer Predictions Which are Better Than Jensen and Vais'

    125 lbs.

    1. Matt McDonough, Iowa
    2. Brandon Precin, Northwesten
    3. Andrew Long, Unattached
    4. Anthony Robles, Arizona State
    5. Logan Steiber, Ohio State
    6. Zack Sanders, Minnesota
    7. Brad Pataky, Penn State
    8. Ben Kjar, Utah Valley University

    Round of 12: Jarrod Garnett, Virginia Tech; Jarrod Patterson, Oklahoma; Jason Lara, Oregon State; James Nicholson, Old Dominion
    Last edited by Zapp Brannigan; 06-24-2010 at 06:41 PM.
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    Was your plan to bump Garnett up to 133 as well?

    I've spoken to some people here in DE and they've confirmed what va said that the plan is to actually have him go 125 again next year, I don't expect you to go back and rework things though. Just letting you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    125 lbs.

    1. Matt McDonough, Iowa
    2. Brandon Precin, Northwesten
    3. Andrew Long, Iowa State
    4. Anthony Robles, Arizona State
    5. Logan Steiber, Ohio State
    6. Zack Sanders, Minnesota
    7. Brad Pataky, Penn State
    8. Ben Kjar, Utah Valley University

    Round of 12: Jarrod Patterson, Oklahoma; Jason Lara, Oregon State; James Nicholson, Old Dominion; Anthony Zanetta, Pitt
    Nice mention of Lara. I should have have remembered him. He's definitely r12 material. You really think Steibers gonna wrestle this year?
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    Tom Ryan has proven that he has no qualms with wrestling guys as true freshmen.

    I'd personally be more surprised to see him redshirt than see him wrestle, I can't speak obviously for Zapp though.

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