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    Default Re: Deitchler changing his mind?

    Of the current top 10 at 165, only Fay and Mason will be graduating.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    Of the current top 10 at 165, only Fay and Mason will be graduating.
    I think Schlatter has proven that he is a top 10 wrestler at this point... its just a matter of whether he has that old spark back or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    I think Schlatter has proven that he is a top 10 wrestler at this point... its just a matter of whether he has that old spark back or not
    Hey I am as big of a Schlatter fan as there is (outside of Pat Schlatter), and I think he's the best wrestler in the country when he wants to be. I was just commenting on how tough the weight would be next year--especially with him in it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Tann did it and looked good doing it...I think DS has always had the frame for 165...I know that Jensens and I used to go back and forth about that all the time and how big DS looked at 149...all that being equal...I think if he can add the weight and keep his speed that it is going to be a nice transition for him at 165. Gotta agree though, that's a fierce weight. The move up to 174 for a guy like Glasser may also be good for him.
    It 's not just a matter of holding the speed while adding the weight. That weight must be pure muscle and power at 165. That's an added 15-20 lbs of pure muscle. Obviously if he can do that he'll near the top of the class.
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    If reports of Metcalf moving up to 157 are true, then Schlatter will more than likely move up to 165.

    I think it's great that Jake is going back to the Goph's to wrestle in college. Nothing against the international scene but to give up wrestling in college is something that he would have regretted when he was old and gray. I would assume that the whole experience of being a great wrestler on a great team like MN is something that one will never forget. He will have international success. I'm just glad it won't be at the expense of his collegiate career anymore. Plus, now if were lucky we'll get to see a Deitchler/Metcalf matchup next year. (don't know if Brent will move up. Just hope he does).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herkey#1 View Post
    If reports of Metcalf moving up to 157 are true, then Schlatter will more than likely move up to 165.
    Maybe this is a joke. If it's not, it's craziness. Schlatter has never ducked anyone in his life.


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    Brent wont move up next year... why would he? As far as I know he has no problems making weight (it certainly doesnt show in his conditioning) and he wants to make the olympics at 66KG.

    Its not like he has anything to prove by bumping up next year when most of the top 157 pounders graduate except for the one he has already beaten...
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    Gold, it was a joke.

    Lost, He might move up just to make the team better. He cou ld still make 66KG for the olympics after wrestling 157 next year. If he were to move up that would make room forLeClere and Slaton in the lineup which would make the Hawks very experienced at every weight with 125 being the only exception. He may not move up and maybe he will. I am one that, as of right now, hopes he does.

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    I'll believe it when I see it Herkey :P Then again I didnt think Deitchler was going to come back either.
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