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I'm good with only open pts for the year b/c next year at 57 he will be a 13th rd AA BUILD FOR THE FUTURE!
Ok, what i think of my draft, by weight
125: Matt Snyder (Virginia): I think i got good value with this pick in the 8th round to fill my 125 spot. Virginia has a good schedule, and Snyder will have a good season. I think he will win matches at NCAA's and has a shot to AA, I'll be conservative and call him a R-12 guy.
125: Sean Boyle (Mich): Last pick in my draft, yes it's a wolverine... Another good value pick i think. Big upside, Big Downside, no real risk taking him 16th. Again i think he can and will win matches at NCAA's, but i don't think he sees the podium.
133: Jon Morrison (Ok St): Moved up to 33, I needed a 33, picked him up 9th round. average value for round, potential for a big upside. Overall, i like the pick. Has a weak schedule hence my next 33
133: Colin Johnston (WV): Terrific schedule filling in for Morrison. I do not know much about him, but had some great wins in 09-10. I hope that translates into a decent year in 12-13. Overall not a bad pick in 14th
141: Hunter Stieber (tOSU): Keeper 11th round, Amazing Value. Could be the Buckeye in me, but i think he has a shot at the finals, and a shot to win it all. Specially with Oliver at 49
141: Micheal Mangrum (Or St): 2nd round pick. I was somewhat suprised he was still available.I think another guy that has a shot at finals and a title. Yes Maple and Graff are also at 41 and possibly Oliver, but i think Hunter and Mangrum are high AA's. With that said, Mangrum is tradeable with the right 49 or 65......
149: Kaleb Freidley (NW): 12th round, filled an empty 49 spot. Not the best schedule, but has very few off weeks. Had a few good wins last year. Wins a couple at NCAA's. Average or below average value for 12th round
157: Walter Peppelman (Harvard): 6th round, Solid pick, good schedule, I think he's an AA.
157: George Ivanov (Boise St): 15th round, good value. Schedule matches up great with Peppelmans. Possible R12 guy
165: Mark Martin (tOSU): I took him too early, however, Whippet was driving me nuts and i needed another buckeye before he took them all. So i took a chance with martin. Time will tell. Bad value homer pick.
165: Pierce Harger (NW): Same reasons as Freidley 13th round. Once again, Mangrum and/or Asper are available for the right 49 or 65
174: Jordan Blanton (Illinois): Solid 3rd rounder, High AA, Has a shot to knock off Perry. I think 74 is somewhat weak and waiting for someone to run away with it. I hope it is Blanton or Asper
174: Josh Asper (Maryland): 4th round. Another guy i could not pass up. I targeted him early, has an awesome schedule and high potential. I think he's a high AA. I will be honest and didn't know he was going 74 until after i selected him. I can't know everything, but it should work out great as Blantons schedule sucks.
184: Josh Ihnen (Nebraska): good value in 7th round. Think he AA's again. If i remember correctly he looked hurt at the end of the tournament last year and that worries me a bit.
197: Dustin Kilgore (KSU): 3rd overall. It was betweeen Kilgore and Logan. Whippet made it easy. He will tear off limbs on the way to a championship
285: Jeremy Johnson (Ohio): Great Schedule, suprisingly consistant for a heavy. I think he AA's again. Not a great value, but i did it for my step dad and the other 50 OU alumni i know. At least i have someone to yell at if it doesn't work out
seems like a fair and balanced summary, not that i agree with everything you typed. you do know that peppelman is sitting out till after midlands, like jantzen last year?
nope, do now. that sucks