I think my team is going to get lots of points, and bunus points, given where they compete, and the level of competition for many of them. Where I might have some trouble is when I get to the NCAA's.
Look, it's probably already too late, but I don't want to come off as a d*ck. I was just surprised that anyone could look at the draft results and not see that my team was just as formidible as anyone else's, that's all. I'm happy to let the wrestling speak for itself. Good luck to all, and let's hope everyone stays injury free.:innocent:
all i know is come post season, team pennsyhoma is gonna do work
I went with freshman at 133 and 149 because after the first 3 rounds the contenders were gone 125, 41,57 ,65, 74, 84, 97, hwt have all AA'd-Mangrum and Graff may do something , they might fall on their faces -but I'd rather risk it than take someone who may NQ but not have a shot at anything else . i think my 165, 197 and heavy can win it all -my choice of coughlin was he is a family friend -but also 2 years ago at 49 he had wins over Leen and Vallimont and AA'd at 149-at 57 he could make some noise . Like i always used to say when I was coaching -we'll show up-and Precin had angel on the ropes twice last year . At 149 there is Metcalf and everyone else -wanted Patascil but he goes to Purdue and Palmer was gone -who knows what weight Bubba or Caldwell are going to wrestle ? hopefully mangrum and Graff can put some points up -I like my guys . And Stewart was a point awayrom winning italll last year -or at leastgoing to the finals .
i went with as many pa kids as i could. A few of them are personal friends, and i wrestled a couple of my upper weights (King, Herbert, Goodman, Rella)