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    Some will be pretty tough.

    125:
    1. Donahoe
    2. Nickerson
    3. Escobedo
    4. Precin
    5. Falck
    6. Nicholson
    7. Fio
    8. Sentes

    7 and 8 are are a little tough.

    133:
    1. Gomez
    2. Humphrey
    3. Kennedy
    4. Hochstrasser
    5. Dennis
    6. Ness
    7. Fanthorpe
    8. Ruggirello

    Strayer could take Ruggirello's spot at #8. I think 1-5 is probably right.


    141:
    1. Russell
    2. Tanelli
    3. Gallick
    4. Williams
    5. Krom
    6. Hoehn
    7. Drouin
    8. Lashaway

    This one is really hard. The first 2 are easy, but after that it falls apart. Jaggers beating Tsirtsis and majoring Thorn really throws a stick in the spokes. Has Jaggers earned a low seed or not? Does Jantzen keep his seed after missing half the season and losing the EIWA finals? Drouin lost, Thorn took 5th. Craziness.


    149:
    1. Metcalf
    2. Caldwell
    3. Jenkins
    4. Palmer
    5. Ruschell
    6. Terry
    7. Patacsil
    8. Saddoris

    This one isn't too bad. I think Caldwell passes Jenkins for #2, not that it matters. Palmer blew his shot to get into the lower bracket by losing to Nadhir. The lower bracket could be interesting: Both Caldwell and Jenkins have missed a ton of time lately with injuries, and neither of them has faced any tough competition since coming back. Jenkins faced Metcalf, but you can't really use that as a barometer of how good he is feeling since Metcalf has destroyed him every other time, too. He did only beat Nadhir by 1 point. Will either of them be in very good health/conditioning? Will we see someone else in the finals?


    157:
    1. Poeta
    2. Burroughs
    3. Leen
    4. Gillespie
    5. O'Connor
    6. Chandler
    7. Erisman
    8. Moley

    Moley may have earned higher than #8 with his win over Gillespie. Gillespie may not drop below Leen.


    165:
    1. Lewnes
    2. Howe
    3. Morningstar
    4. Fay
    5. Sponseller
    6. Marable
    7. Dwyer
    8. Reader

    The only real questions is how many spots Sponseller will drop after his poor Big 10 tournament.


    174:
    1. Luke
    2. Cannon
    3. Browne
    4. Jordan
    5. Borschel
    6. Anceravage
    7. Henrich
    8. Miller

    I think Miller is probably better than Henrich, but Henrich has fewer losses.


    184:
    1. Herbert
    2. Keddy
    3. Pucillo
    4. Smith
    5. Kilgore
    6. Patterson
    7. Umbehauer
    8. Leblanc

    Probably the easiest one so far. Craig could beat out Leblanc for #8.


    197:
    1. Brester
    2. Varner
    3. Todd
    4. Herbst
    5. Chriswell
    6. Askren
    7. Halsey
    8. Foster

    It will be interesting to see where Chriswell gets seeded. He destroyed Herbst, and has lost only to Varner. He just doesn't have many matches.


    285:
    1. Zabriskie
    2. Ellis
    3. Rosholt
    4. Porter
    5. Dudziak
    6. Monteiro
    7. Erekson
    8. Wise

    I went with the Intermat rankings here. I don't see any results that should change them.



    I'm probably missing some conference results that would change these a little.


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    Does anyone know when the seeds officially come out?

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    Nice job IMO Gold. I think Baker should be in there at 133 somewhere, and it would be hard to seed Chriswell one spot lower than Herbst considering how badly he beat him.
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    which has more weight, conference tournament results, regular season, or head to head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTenWrestling87 View Post
    Does anyone know when the seeds officially come out?
    Considering all of the qualifiers won't be named until Wednesday....

    Probably see the pre-seeds on Sunday or Monday.
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    Oh. I thought this thread was about NCAA seating.

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    Tshirt should still be 3 to 5 at 141, Jaggers has way too many bad losses to jump way up due to 1 win. Dennis has won 2 of 3 vs Kennedy and should be 4 with Kennedy 5 and Hochstrasser 3 but the way you have it is not much different. Borschell has head to head on Jordan. Varner has 2 of 3 vs Brester.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelfish View Post
    Oh. I thought this thread was about NCAA seating.
    Where you gonna be seating, Angel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdindon View Post
    Nice job IMO Gold. I think Baker should be in there at 133 somewhere, and it would be hard to seed Chriswell one spot lower than Herbst considering how badly he beat him.
    Yeah Baker should be in there. I don't know how I forgot about him, but he was impressive at the all star classic.


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