125: Jarrod Garnett, Mark Rappo, Nikko Triggas
133: Tyler Graff, Scott Sentes, Ian Paddock, Frank Cagnina
141: Andrew Alton
149: Derek Valenti, Jason Chamberlain, Brian Stephens
157: Johnny Greisheimer
165: Tyler Caldwell, Andrew Howe
174: Austin Meys
184: Travis Rutt
197: Dustin Kilgore
285: Dom Bradley, Jarod Trice, Chad Hanke
You could put together a pretty nice All Star team with just these guys. Next year is going to be a lot of fun.
RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011
"If Cornell finishes ahead of Iowa with five all americans I'll jump into the Des Moines River after finals." -Herkey#1 8/16/12
Talked to Meys roomie at Lehigh. Hes not wrestling next year.
To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.
Ohio State could be redshirting DiJulius, H. Stieber, Garcia, and possibly Camp. True freshmen Nick Roberts, Mark Martin and Tavenello will almost definitely redshirt.
I would also add that Northern Iowa is probably going to be having some bigger impact names coming out of redshirt this year than Krumweide anyway (Hiatt, Jensen, Caldwell). We may not know them now, but we will eventually.
UNI Panthers...Because it's just right.
With Triggas coming back that would mean he took a RS & then a ORS as well.
You wonder where there will any room fro Paddock unless Hunter takes a RS.
If Graff stays at 133 & is joined by Sentes 133 will get even sicker next year. Remember that Graff finished 5th & Sentes 4th behind Oliver, Hochstrasser & Long 2 years ago.
Alton will be up @ 149.
You have to wonder where both Caldwell & Howe will end BOTH school & weight wise.
84 next year add Rutt & Ed Ruth. Ridiculous.
97 next year maybe we will see Kilgore vs Wright at the Scuffle if KSU decides to go back to Carolina & skip Mat Town.
Could see Bradley vs Trice at the Midland next season.
157 in the EWL will be ridiculous . Fleming,Hickman ,Greishmeir and Tasser.
You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.
Pitt has a couple of good ones coming back in the Thomusseit brothers.
Max Thomusseit at 184 (2011 National Qualifier)
Zac Thomusseit at heavy (2011 R12 at 197)