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    2008 Pre-Season National Rankings

    By Gregg Henry, College Editor
    (October 12, 2008)

    Team Rankings (NCAA tournament scoring)

    1) Iowa Hawkeyes ? 115 pts
    2) Iowa State Cyclones ? 107 pts
    3) Cornell Big Red ? 101 pts
    4) Nebraska Cornhuskers ? 79 pts
    5) Missouri Tigers ? 73 pts
    6) Ohio State Buckeyes ? 68 pts
    7) Illinois Fighting Illini ? 65 pts
    8) Oklahoma State Cowboys ? 56 pts
    9) Penn State Nittany Lions ? 55 pts
    10) Michigan Wolverines ? 54 pts
    11) Northwestern Wildcats ? 45 pts
    12) Minnesota Golden Gophers ? 42 pts
    13) Boise State Broncos ? 40 pts
    14) Wisconsin Badgers ? 38 pts
    15) Indiana Hoosiers ? 34 pts
    16) West Virginia Mountaineers ? 33 pts
    17) Edinboro Fighting Scots ? 32 pts
    18) Maryland Terrapins ? 30 pts
    19) Oklahoma Sooners ? 29 pts
    20) Central Michigan Chippewas ? 28 pts
    21) Navy Midshipmen ? 27 pts
    22) Harvard Crimson ? 25 pts
    23) Old Dominion Monarchs ? 24 pts
    24) Northern Iowa Panthers ? 23 pts
    25) Penn Quakers ? 22 pts
    26) Hofstra Pride ? 21 pts
    27) Kent State Golden Flashes ? 20 pts
    28) Chattanooga Mocs ? 19 pts
    29) North Carolina State ? 18 pts
    30) Michigan State Spartans ? 17 pts

    Individuals

    125: (No True Freshman)
    1) Angel Escobedo-Indiana-Jr
    2) Troy Nickerson-Cornell-Jr
    3) Charlie Falck-Iowa-Sr
    4) Brandon Precin-Northwestern-Jr
    5) James Nicholson-Old Dominion-So
    6) Obe Blanc-Oklahoma State-Sr
    7) Rollie Peterkin-Penn-Jr
    8) Anthony Robles-Arizona State-So
    9) Steve Mytych-Drexel-Sr
    10) Brad Pataky-Penn State-So
    11) Joey Fio-Oklahoma-So
    12) Nic Bedelyon-Kent State-So
    13) Nikko Triggas-Ohio State-So
    14) Matt Steintrager-Central Michigan-Jr
    15) Zach Sanders-Minnesota-Fr
    16) Eric Morrill-Edinboro-Jr (RS?)
    17) Tyler Clark-Iowa State-So
    18) Tony Mustari-Northern Colorado-Jr
    19) Brandon Zoeteway-Cal-Bakersfield-Sr
    20) Troy Dolan-Missouri-Fr
    21) Marcos Orozco-Cal-Davis-Sr
    22) Ross Gitomer-Virginia-Jr
    23) Brendan Byrne-Maryland-Jr
    24) Jasen Borshoff-American-Jr
    25) Andy Pokorny-Nebraska-Fr
    26) Ben Kjar-Utah Valley State-So
    27) Micah Ferguson-Cal-Poly-Jr
    28) Kyle Turnbull-West Virginia-Sr
    29) John McDonald-Lehigh-Fr
    30) Jake Gonzales-Oregon State-Sr
    31) Jay Ivanco-Clarion-So
    32) Michael Watts-Michigan-Sr
    33) Caleb Flores-Northern Iowa-So

    133: (No True Freshman)
    1) Joe Slaton-Iowa-Jr
    2) Franklin Gomez-Michigan State-Jr
    3) Jimmy Kennedy-Illinois-Jr
    4) Jayson Ness-Minnesota-Jr
    5) Mike Grey-Cornell-So
    6) Nick Fanthorpe-Iowa State-Jr
    7) Joe Baker-Navy-Sr
    8) Jake Strayer-Penn State-Sr
    9) Lou Ruggirello-Hofstra-Jr
    10) Andrew Hochstrasser-Boise State-So
    11) Reece Humphrey-Ohio State- Jr
    12) Steve Bell-Maryland-Jr
    13) Andrae Hernandez-Indiana-Sr
    14) Tyler Shinn-Oklahoma State-Jr
    15) Kyle Hutter-Old Dominion-Jr
    16) David Marble-Bucknell-Jr
    17) Conor Beebe-Central Michigan-Jr
    18) Matt Fisk-Lehigh-Jr
    19) Dan Mitcheff-Kent State-Jr
    20) Brian Shelton-Oklahoma-Jr
    21) Boris Novachkov-Cal-Poly-So
    22) Steve Hromada-Chattanooga-Sr
    23) T.J. Dillashaw-Cal-Fullerton-Sr
    24) Sean Clair-Eastern Michigan-Jr
    25) Todd Schavrien-Missouri-So
    26) Eric Metzler-Northwestern-Jr
    27) Jimmy Conroy-Pittsburgh-Jr
    28) Thomas Kimbrell-Cal-Bakersfield-Sr
    29) Ricky Deubel-Edinboro-Sr
    30) Matt Vacanti-Nebraska-So
    31) Josh Baldridge-Northern Iowa-Sr
    32) Kelly Kubec-Oregon State-Fr
    33) Ben Ashmore-Arizona State-So

    141: (No True Freshman)
    1) Jeff Jaggers-Ohio State-Sr
    2) Nick Gallick-Iowa State-Jr
    3) Brandon Rader-West Virginia-Sr
    4) Cody Cleveland-Chattanooga-Jr
    5) Kellen Russell-Michigan-So
    6) Zach Bailey-Oklahoma-So
    7) Dan Leclere-Iowa-Jr
    8) Keith Sulzer-Northwestern-So
    9) Zach Tanelli-Wisconsin-Sr
    10) Troy Tirapelle-Illinois-Sr
    11) Pat McLemore-Northern Illinois-So
    12) Cory Fish-Boise State-Sr
    13) Ryan Williams-Old Dominion-Sr
    14) Eric Kruger-Central Michigan-Sr
    15) Chris Drouin-Arizona State-So
    16) Chris Bencivenga-NC-Greensboro-Sr
    17) Frank Molinaro-Penn State-Fr
    18) Alex Krom-Maryland-Jr
    19) Ken Hashimoto-Northern Colorado-Jr
    20) Joe Caramanica-North Carolina State-Sr
    21) Jamal Parks-Oklahoma State-Fr
    22) Drew Lashaway-Kent State-Sr
    23) Tim Harner-Liberty-Sr
    24) Seth Ciasulli-Lehigh-Jr
    25) Corey Jantzen-Harvard-So
    26) Rappo/Kemmerer-Penn-Sr/So
    27) Filip Novachkov-Cal-Poly-So
    28) Ashtin Primus-Missouri-So
    29) Germaine Lindsey-Ohio-So
    30) Trent Washington-Northern Iowa-So
    31) Kyle Borshoff-American-Jr
    32) Tyler Nauman-Pittsburgh-Fr
    33) Nexi Delgado-Cal-Davis-Sr

    149: (No True Freshman)
    1) Brent Metcalf-Iowa-Jr
    2) Bubba Jenkins-Penn State-Jr
    3) Jordan Burroughs-Nebraska-Jr
    4) Darrion Caldwell-North Carolina State-Jr
    5) Dustin Schlatter-Minnesota-Sr
    6) Lance Palmer-Ohio State-Jr
    7) Matt Kyler-Army-Jr
    8) Jake Patacsil-Purdue-Sr
    9) Will Rowe-Oklahoma-Sr
    10) Kyle Ruschell-Wisconsin-Jr
    11) Adam Hall-Boise State-So
    12) Mitch Mueller-Iowa State-Jr
    13) Cesar Grajales-Penn-Jr
    14) Mike Roberts-Boston-Sr
    15) David Jauregui-West Virginia-Sr
    16) Kurt Kinser-Indiana-So
    17) Eric Medina-Maryland-So
    18) Trevor Chinn-Lehigh-Sr
    19) Grant Paswall-Illinois-So
    20) Bryce Saddoris-Navy-So
    21) Kaylen Baxter-Old Dominion-Jr
    22) Matt Cathell-Delaware State-So
    23) Steve Brown-Central Michigan-Jr
    24) Heinrich Barnes-Oregon State-Sr
    25) Matt Reedy-Ohio-Fr
    26) Matt Fittery-Lock Haven-Sr
    27) Luke Silver-Oklahoma State-Fr
    28) Eric Maldonado-Cal-Poly-Jr
    29) Clint Sponseller-Kent State-Sr
    30) DJ Meagher-Cornell-So
    31) Max Shanaman-Missouri-Fr
    32) Nick Stabile-North Carolina-So
    33) Nick Pickerell-Northern Iowa-So

    157: (No True Freshman)
    1) Jordan Leen-Cornell-Sr
    2) Mike Poeta-Illinois-Sr
    3) Dan Vallimont-Penn State-Jr
    4) Gregor Gillespie-Edinboro-Sr
    5) Cyler Sanderson-Iowa State-Jr
    6) J.P. O?Connor-Harvard-Jr
    7) Matt Moley-Bloomsburg-Jr
    8) Michael Chandler-Missouri-Sr
    9) Tyler Sherfey-Boise State-Sr
    10) Newly McSpadden-Oklahoma State-Jr
    11) Tyler Safratowich-Minnesota-Sr
    12) Matt Coughlin-Indiana-Jr
    13) Jon Bonilla-Bowman-Hofstra-Jr
    14) Ryan Morningstar-Iowa-Jr
    15) Chase Pami-Cal-Poly-Jr
    16) Matt Dragon-Penn-Jr
    17) Tyler Grayson-Central Michigan-Jr
    18) Joey Knox-Chattanooga-Jr
    19) Chad Terry-Oklahoma-Jr
    20) Jason Johnstone-Ohio State-Sr
    21) Brian Letters-Maryland-So
    22) Kody Hamrah-North Carolina State-Sr
    23) Lucas Espericueta-Stanford-So
    24) Bertucci/Salazar-Purdue-Jr/So
    25) Chris Stout-American-Sr
    26) Nate Patterson-Binghamton-Sr
    27) Tyson Reiner-Northern Iowa-Jr
    28) Trevor Hall-Cal-Bakersfield-So
    29) Joe Cornejo-Arizona State-Jr
    30) Hadley Harrison-Clarion-Jr
    31) Thomas Scotton-North Carolina-So
    32) Aaron Hynes-Michigan-So
    33) Jarred Hostetter-Millersville-Sr

    165: (No True Freshman)
    1) Nick Marable-Missouri-Jr
    2) Mack Lewnes-Cornell-So
    3) Moza Fay-Northern Iowa-Sr
    4) Jon Reader-Iowa State-So
    5) Stephen Dwyer-Nebraska-Jr
    6) Brandon Mason-Oklahoma State-Sr
    7) Trevor Stewart-Central Michigan-Sr
    8) Zack Shanaman-Penn-Sr
    9) Luke Manuel-Purdue-So
    10) Jarrod King-Edinboro-Sr
    11) Chris Brown-Old Dominion-Jr
    12) Roger Smith-Bergsrud-Illinois-Sr
    13) Andrew Flanagan-Harvard-Sr
    14) Andrew Rendos-Bucknell-Jr
    15) Colt Sponseller-Ohio State-So
    16) Matt Epperly-Virginia Tech-So
    17) Keegan Mueller-North Carolina-Sr
    18) Ethan Headlee-Pittsbugh-So
    19) Kurt Swartz-Boise State-So
    20) Seth Garvin-Chattanooga-Sr
    21) Scott Glasser-Minnesota-So
    22) Donnie Jones-West Virginia-Jr
    23) Ryan Patrovich-Hofstra-So
    24) Dominic Marella-Northwestern-Jr
    25) Mike Chaires-Virginia-So
    26) Dustin Noack-Cal-Davis-Sr
    27) Marcus Effner-Cleveland State-Sr
    28) Stephen Crozier-Air Force-Sr
    29) Jason Lapham-Rider-Sr
    30) Mike Galante-Lehigh-Jr
    31) Paul Young-Indiana-So
    32) Ryan Williams-Cal-Poly-Sr
    33) Jake Kerr-Iowa-So

    174: (No True Freshman)
    1) Steve Luke-Michigan-Sr
    2) Jay Borschel-Iowa-Jr
    3) Brandon Browne-Nebraska-Sr
    4) Raymond Jordan-Missouri-Sr
    5) Steve Anceravage-Cornell-Sr
    6) Alton Lucas-Hofstra-Sr
    7) Mike Miller-Central Michigan-So
    8) Michael Cannon-American-Jr
    9) Mike Letts-Maryland-Jr
    10) Nate Lee-Boise State-Jr
    11) Duke Burke-Iowa State-Jr
    12) John Dergo-Illinois-Jr
    13) Alex Caruso-Lehigh-So
    14) Eric Chine-Kent State-Sr
    15) Chris Henrich-Virginia-So
    16) Chance Litton-West Virginia-Sr
    17) Phil Moricone-Edinboro-Sr
    18) Mike Benefiel-Northwestern-Fr
    19) Luke Feist-Stanford-Sr
    20) David Erwin-Penn State-Jr
    21) David Rella-Ohio State-Jr
    22) Scott Giffin-Penn-So
    23) Eric Decker-Old Dominion-Jr
    24) Tyler Bernacchi-Cal-Davis-Sr
    25) Trevor Perry-Indiana-Jr
    26) Nick Corpe-Purdue-Sr
    27) Cody Hill-Oklahoma State-So
    28) Jeff James-Oklahoma-So
    29) Shane Riccio-Bucknell-Jr
    30) Tyler French-Air Force-Jr
    31) Justin Herbert-Frankin & Marshall-Sr
    32) Aaron Kelly-Liberty-Jr
    33) John Murphy-Michigan State-Sr

    184: (No True Freshman)
    1) Mike Pucillo-Ohio State-Jr
    2) Jake Herbert-Northwestern-Sr
    3) Phillip Keddy-Iowa-Jr
    4) Kirk Smith-Boise State-So
    5) Vince Jones-Nebraska-Sr
    6) Doug Umbehauer-Rider-Sr
    7) Louis Caputo-Harvard-Jr
    8) Kurt Brenner-West Virginia-Sr
    9) Rocco Caponi-Virginia-Sr
    10) Phil Bomberger-Penn State-Sr
    11) Zack Geisen-Stanford-Jr
    12) Chris Honeycutt-Edinboro-So
    13) David Craig-Lehigh-Jr
    14) AJ Kissel-Purdue-So
    15) Dustin Kilgore-Kent State-Fr
    16) Anthony Biondo-Michigan-So
    17) Kyle Bressler-Oregon State-Sr
    18) Sonny Yohn-Minnesota-Fr
    19) Jerome Ward-Iowa State-Fr
    20) Mickey Moran-Buffalo-Sr
    21) Josh Patterson-Binghamton-Jr
    22) Austin Trotman-Appalachian State-So
    23) Chris McNeil-Oklahoma State-Fr
    24) Justin Kerber-Cornell-Jr
    25) Thomas Shovlin-Penn-Jr
    26) Vince DiDiona-Central Michigan-Sr
    27) Justin Peterson-Wisconsin-Sr
    28) Matt Gevelinger-Brown-Sr
    29) Pat Flynn-Oklahoma-So
    30) Dorian Henderson-Missouri-Fr
    31) Tenpenny/Maciag-North Carolina-So/Sr
    32) Nick Palmieri-Michigan State-Jr
    33) Ben Friedl-Illinois-So

    197: (No True Freshman)
    1) Jake Varner-Iowa State-Jr
    2) Hudson Taylor-Maryland-Jr
    3) Tyrel Todd-Michigan-Sr
    4) Craig Brester-Nebraska-Jr
    5) Dallas Herbst-Wisconsin-Sr
    6) Max Askren-Missouri-Jr
    7) Patrick Bond-Illinois-Jr
    8) Eric Lapotsky-Oklahoma-Jr
    9) Josh Arnone-Cornell-Sr
    10) Jon Oplinger-Drexel-Sr
    11) Casperson/Chriswell-Boise State-Jr/So
    12) Cayle Byers-George Mason-So
    13) Logan Brown-Purdue-So
    14) Andrew Anderson-Northern Iowa-Sr
    15) Richard Starks-Army-Jr
    16) Clayton Foster-Oklahoma State-So
    17) Joe Fagiano-Hofstra-So
    18) Ben Hepburn-Lock Haven-Sr
    19) Ryan Goodman-North Carolina State-Sr
    20) Pat Bradshaw-Edinboro-Jr
    21) Dennis Drury-North Carolina-Jr
    22) Chad Beatty-Iowa-Jr
    23) Nathan Everhart-Indiana-So
    24) Brent Jones-Virginia-Jr
    25) John Drake-Cal-Fullerton-Jr
    26) Riley Orozco-Cal-Bakersfield-So
    27) Michael Blackwell-Kent State-Sr
    28) Jesse Strawn-Old Dominion-Jr
    29) Cody Gardner-Ohio State-Fr
    30) Jimmy Hamel-Buffalo-So
    31) D.J. Bruce-Virginia Tech-So
    32) Brent Eidenschink-Minnesota-So
    33) Eric Simaz-Central Michigan-Jr

    HWY: (No True Freshman)
    1) Jared Rosholt-Oklahoma State-Jr
    2) David Zabriskie-Iowa State-Jr
    3) Scott Steele-Navy-Sr
    4) Kyle Massey-Wisconsin-Sr
    5) Mark Ellis-Missouri-Jr
    6) Zach Hammond-Cornell-Sr
    7) Jermail Porter-Kent State-Sr
    8) John Wise-Illinois-Sr
    9) Zach Sheaffer-Pittsburgh-Sr
    10) Justin Dobies-North Carolina-Sr
    11) Joe Fendone-Edinboro-Sr
    12) Dan Erekson-Iowa-Jr
    13) Rashard Goff-Cleveland State-Sr
    14) Dustin Rogers-West Virginia-Sr
    15) Ben Berhow-Minnesota-So
    16) Ryan Flores-Columbia-So
    17) Clayton Jack-Oregon State-Fr
    18) Jared Trice-Central Michigan-Fr
    19) Mitch Monteiro-Cal-Bakersfield-Jr
    20) Nick Smith-Boise State-Sr
    21) Laboranti/Wade-Penn State-Sr/Fr
    22) Ed Bordas-Rider-Jr
    23) Trey McLean-Penn-Sr
    24) Tucker Lane-Nebraska-Fr
    25) Nathan Fernandez-Oklahoma-So
    26) Patrick Walker-Liberty-Jr (RS?)
    27) Christian Brantley-Northern Iowa-Fr
    28) Corey Morrison-Ohio State-Jr
    29) Chris Kasten-Purdue-Jr
    30) Zack Rey-Lehigh-Fr
    31) Erik Nye-Arizona State-So
    32) Jason Stripling-South Dakota State-Sr
    33) Rickly Alcala-Cal-Davis-So

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    Default Re: more rankings - wrestlingreport.com

    I see Matt Dragon on that list, where the heck has he been?

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    I'm guessing that Dragon is going to come out on fire this year!
    UNI Panthers...Because it's just right.

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    I understand that it is mostly based on what you did last year. however, I think at Heavy's #16 Ryan Flores, #17 Clayton Jack and #19 Mitch Monteiro (all from California) would be very excited if any of them were able to beat #31 Erik Nye. I feel most followers of California Heavy's would consider Nye losing to anyone of these heavy's an upset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FATGUY View Post
    I understand that it is mostly based on what you did last year. however, I think at Heavy's #16 Ryan Flores, #17 Clayton Jack and #19 Mitch Monteiro (all from California) would be very excited if any of them were able to beat #31 Erik Nye. I feel most followers of California Heavy's would consider Nye losing to anyone of these heavy's an upset.
    Have to agree, Nye is a big plus for ASU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gantry View Post
    I see Matt Dragon on that list, where the heck has he been?
    Can't believe that he is a Senior already...years are slipping by faster and faster.

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