In some ways that win over Green (if he did do it fairly easily) is more impressive than a 1st period fall over Peppelman. You can catch a guy (don't know if that's what happened, but sounds like it) that you might not otherwise beat. But a solid win over Green is impressive. Green is a very good wrestler and looking only to get better. He might need to work on his conditioning a little.
He more less caught Peppelman in a scramble at NCAAs iirc.
I remember Mark Schwab saying that he pinned him with a Peterson.
Colon was wrestling 139 this offseason, you figure he would at least wrestler at his college weight if he plans to move down.
In that time, and as much as we know, he could be down to around 130 or so now. If he isn't, though, bigger cuts than that have been made in shorter periods of time!
14 pounds away? Jordan Oliver calls that 12 hours before a dual.