Ed Ruth is the only one to beat him in high school, and Ruth was two years older than him. I think he's only been taken down twice in high school (one by Ruth).
Nowadays, his typical match involves racking up three easy takedowns in the first period and coasting through the rest of the match. It's been an anticlimactic career for sure, but it's not like he's been dropping matches left and right. I hope the challenges of college competition motivate him.