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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    135. 2. Zac Flake (Ohio). National juco champ.
    140. 3. Charles Agozzino (Ohio). Wrestled backup for Penn (I believe).
    140. 5. Ryan Needle (New York). Signed with Ohio State, then tranferred somewhere in PA.
    145. 7. Ryan Hurley (Ohio). Cleveland State.
    no no no Charlie Aggozzino wrestled for Cornell he was a starter too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    135. 2. Zac Flake (Ohio). National juco champ.
    140. 3. Charles Agozzino (Ohio). Wrestled backup for Penn (I believe).
    140. 5. Ryan Needle (New York). Signed with Ohio State, then tranferred somewhere in PA.
    145. 7. Ryan Hurley (Ohio). Cleveland State.
    Needle transferred to UBuffalo. Never did much after that kick ass high school career. (3x state champ)

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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdindon View Post
    There have been some sick weights in the past. This one from 2001 was pretty weak; too bad none of these guys ever amounted to anything.

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    1. Joseph Dubuque (New Jersey)
    2. Ricky LaForge (New Jersey)
    3. Nick Simmons (Michigan)
    4. Nate Gallick (Arizona)
    5. Travis Lee (Hawaii)
    6. Shawn Bunch (Kansas)
    7. Jacob Palomino (California)
    8. Drew Opfer (Ohio)
    are you serious? or are you just kidding?

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    I think Needle ended up at Buffalo

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    are you serious? or are you just kidding?
    Are you serious? Or are you just kidding?
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    ^^^Off top of my beetle brain, guys who ended up in east/south:
    112 DeLorenzo - Columbia;
    119 Preston - Harvard
    119 Kinney - Columbia
    125 Easter - Cornell
    125 Arias - The Citadel
    125 Dickey - Cornell
    130 Bridge - Cornell
    130Latessa - Harvard
    130 Lijo - Rutgers
    135 Constantino - Columbia
    135 Ooton - AppSt then Brockport
    140 Duyn - The Citadel
    140 Agozzino - Cornell
    140 Needle - Ohio State then Buffalo
    140 Heckman - Bloom then ESU
    145 Eckloff - Okla then Pitt
    145 Hurley - CSU
    145 Wittmeyer - Penn then Mizzo
    152 Frondorf - enrolled LHU (not on team) then DelVal
    152 Pullano - ODU
    189 Narkiewicz - UVA
    275 - Cooney - Penn.

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    Minnesota manages to recruit well out of Senior Nationals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    135. 2. Zac Flake (Ohio). National juco champ.
    140. 3. Charles Agozzino (Ohio). Wrestled backup for Penn (I believe).
    140. 5. Ryan Needle (New York). Signed with Ohio State, then tranferred somewhere in PA.
    145. 7. Ryan Hurley (Ohio). Cleveland State.
    Buffalo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    189 is pretty solid with 9 AA performances, with one champion and three runnerups. Joe Williams had a decent but not outstanding career for Michigan State and Kehrer was a part time stater for Oklahoma State.

    1. Roger Kish (Michigan) 2X AA for Minnesota
    2. J.D. Bergman (Ohio) 3X AA for Ohio State
    3. Joe Williams (California) wrestled for Michigan State
    4. Philip Davis (Pennsylvania) 4X AA for Penn State
    5. Clay Kehrer (Texas)
    6. Dino Razzano (Ohio)
    7. Jared Massey (Minnesota)
    8. Kyle Narkiewicz (Pennsylvania)
    I'm pretty sure that 3xAA Wynn Michalak(Michigan) of Central Michigan fell in the round of 12 at this weight that year. If not the round of 12 then the round before it. I know he was close to placing. Just goes to show how tough that weight was.

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