I don't think he is a top 10 per se. I think he can get himself up in to the top 20 though and stay there. He was a very highly recruited kid out of highschool.
HIGH SCHOOL: Competed for prestigious Blair Academy during prep career ∙ Ranked third-best high school wrestler in the country at 145 pounds by Amateur Wrestling News ∙ Four-time state champion ∙ Part of national high school championship teams in 2005 and 2006 ∙ Integral member of national runners-up in 2007 and 2008 ∙ Four-time All-American ∙ 2006 Beast of the East tournament champion at 140 pounds ∙ Has competed at the prestigious Ironman Tournament ∙ Junior Nationals, Prep Nationals and Senior Nationals as a prep.
He was 14-2 this year with 1 pin, 3 majors and one tech fall. Still think he is growing in to this weight. He should do well and I think he is the kind of kid who will continue to improve throughout his career. With Deitchler and Schlatter in the room with him next year, I see him taking a step forward.