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    I am not a real believer in Sanderson yet...he has a nice little record this year and has done definitely taken a step forward since last year but I would like to see how he does at duals and into the conference season before i really believe he is a Top 5 guy...
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    I agree that at this point CP could be considered #2. He definitely got hot at the Scuffle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Looking at the weight, CP's beaten basically every guy there at least once.

    He's just got to put everything together.

    I was probably remiss in not mentioning Henning too, being as he is a returning finalist with wins over two members of my "cream" however his 0-5'ish record against Becker kind of kept me away.
    Hasn't CP had a little trouble with a guy from Pittsburgh?
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    He's only wrestled him once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I think Gillespie, Poeta, and CP (probably catch some flak for this one) are the cream of the crop.
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