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    http://blogs.mycentraljersey.com/ont...ng-in-college/

    I know a school that would love to have someone jump into the 197-pound weight class...


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    Wow...

    Great to hear, this will definitely get some coaches to start hustling here real fast.
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    Athletes like Camp at 197/Heavy are very very rare. I think he made a wise decision and will have an outstanding college/international wrestling career (barring injury of course). Off the top of my head (pure conjecture) Penn State, Ohio State, Iowa, Lehigh, and Rutgers all have needs at 197/285 in the next two years. I think I read an article before Camp committed to Rutgers for football where he mentioned PSU as a possible destination for wrestling. I can't even imagine the talent in PSU's room if Camp ends up going to there . . . it's unfathomable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laych07 View Post
    Athletes like Camp at 197/Heavy are very very rare. I think he made a wise decision and will have an outstanding college/international wrestling career (barring injury of course). Off the top of my head (pure conjecture) Penn State, Ohio State, Iowa, Lehigh, and Rutgers all have needs at 197/285 in the next two years. I think I read an article before Camp committed to Rutgers for football where he mentioned PSU as a possible destination for wrestling. I can't even imagine the talent in PSU's room if Camp ends up going to there . . . it's unfathomable.
    Things would definitely start to trend towards the absurd in terms of the level of talent in that room were Camp to commit to Penn State. Would be huge for Rutgers (understatement) obviously if Goodale was able to convince him to stick there.
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    Just coming to post this. I can't even wrap my mind around him at 97 for PSU so I will just hope it doesn't happen.

    Iowa also has absolutely NOBODY at 97 next year and have made no signings to address this issue.

    I really doubt he'd go to Iowa though.

    Would Cael have much money to even give him?

    Martelloti,Long,Alton,Alton,Molinaro,Taylor,Kemere r,Cowburn,Ruth,Wright gotta take up lots of scholarship money for next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Martelloti,Long,Alton,Alton,Molinaro,Taylor,Kemere r,Cowburn,Ruth,Wright gotta take up lots of scholarship money for next year.
    So do Wade, McIntosh, Megaludis and Frey.

    I'm sure Sherlock is getting some as well.


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    I am pretty sure that Martellotti is a 100% walk-on. The funny thing about his ineligibility is that he doesn't count against Cael in the APR for that reason.

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    Yeah, them too. Good lord..
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    Can't be much money around for Cael to offer Camp....leaves the door open for another program to make the right offer.
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