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    125: Frank Perelli, Cornell; Jesse Delgado, Illinois
    133: Tony Ramos, Iowa
    141: Boris Novachkov, Cal Poly; Nick Dardanes, Minnesota
    149: Mike Kelly, Iowa
    157: Walter Peppelman, Harvard
    165: Mike Evans, Iowa; Kyle Blevins, Appalachian State
    174: Mike Benefiel, Oklahoma State; Corey Peltier, Maryland
    184: Kevin Steinhaus, Minnesota
    197: Kyven Gadsen, Iowa State
    HWT: Zach Rey, Lehigh; Bobby Telford, Iowa

    Lots of boom/bust potential for me. Not a lot of real threats for NCAA titles at this point, in my mind, which I don't like, but it's also a product of 14 guys and just smarter drafting.
    Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.

    One, two, Evans is coming for you...

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    Zapp gambled pretty hard this year, we'll see if it pays off
    Gold is an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Zapp gambled pretty hard this year, we'll see if it pays off
    I did. ONce I rolled with my boy, Evans, I said "Screw it, I'm all in."
    Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.

    One, two, Evans is coming for you...

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    I went with more guys from power conferences this year ... something that's a byproduct of everyone in this league being MUCH more aware of guys from smaller conferences, programs. Gem picks like LoSt's Josh Patterson pick a few years ago ... they're few and far between because everyone's educated.

    Makes the draft soooo much more irritating, but a lot more balanced.

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    125-Matt Snyder-26-11 3-2 at the NCAA's Rd of 12-Returning wrestler to Dutch Team, hoping he will improve upon his NCAA performance
    133-Scotti Sentes-35-8 4th 2011, 7th 2009-2X AA who scores a lot of bonus
    141-Kellen Russell-38-0 NCAA Champ 2X AA-Returning Captain of Dutch Team
    141-Nick Nelson-11-3 2X NCAA Qualifier
    149-Eric Grajales-18-14 2-2 at NCAA's-Hoping he has grown into 149
    149-Bryan Stephens-28-11 2X NCAA Qualifier
    157-Jesse Dong-20-3 3X NCAA Qualifier-Hoping he can put it together at the NCAA's this year
    157-Donnie Corby-23-16-2-2 at NCAA's
    165-Zach Toal-21-13 1-2 at NCAA's-Hoping for a better NCAA tournament
    174-Ethen Lofthouse-20-10 1-2 at NCAA's-Hoping he is the starter
    174-Turokogtokh Luvsandorj-37-10(165) 2X NCAA Qualifer
    184-Austin Trotman-30-8 2-2 at NCAA's-Really like his schedule!
    197-Joe Kennedy-23-12 2-2 at NCAA's
    197-Dustin Kilgore-Olympic Redshirt-Future Captain of the 2012 Dutch Team
    HWT-Kyle Frey-24-8(2009)-Unknown quantity for me, bit of a hole

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    sentes is likely to redshirt so you mght want to look at picking up another 133 Dutch
    Gold is an idiot.

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    I'm still trying to figure who I actually drafted, how they spell their names and what schools they go too. Picking Chamberlain in the 3rd round not knowing he wasnt going to wrestle was pretty stupid of me. Not knowing Swartz was going 184 is going to hurt too. I'm open to trades at 197 for Yohn and Swartz at 184 and looking for solid solid help at 149. Still wondering what Deitchler is all about and I feel like I got a steal with Sorenson in the late middle rounds.
    "Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    sentes is likely to redshirt so you mght want to look at picking up another 133 Dutch

    Well that just sucks!

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    125: Mark Rappo, Ty Mitch

    Rappo and Frank Perrelli were my 2A and 2B targets at this weight coming into the draft, so I'm satisfied here. Ty Mitch provides a lot of matches during the first half of the year and some solid upside.

    133: Devin Carter, Joe Stanzione

    Getting Carter back in the 12th round was a nice reward for one of the rare occasions where I was right about a sleeper last year. It took a while to come back to me, but I remembered that Stanzione was solid last year filling in for Grey before he got sick. Cornell always has a guy or two break out each year.

    141: Michael Mangrum

    Have been gradually talking myself into this pick. Not the flashiest guy in the world in the way of results, but he just gets things done usually. Weight in his conference has cleared out save for Boris and he wrestles a lot.

    149: Mario Mason

    Weight class is a wasteland. Could easily be in the finals in March against the one who chose down. Wrestles a ton like Rutgers always does.

    157: Corey Mock

    Like I said during the draft I'm just hoping he performs better than the last UNC middleweight that I drafted onto my team.

    165: Josh Asper, Nick Sulzer

    My best weight class. I think Asper is runner up to Taylor here, and Sulzer has been on my list of sleeper guys since I put my picks together this summer.

    174: Nick Amuchastegui, Lee Munster

    While initially I would have rather seen Munster at 184 to provide line up depth for me there, coming down to 174 which is by far a worse weight class could pay off a lot. After Amuchastegui, Ruth, and Blanton I don't see anyone there that he necessarily couldn't beat.

    184: Chris Perry

    I keep telling myself to think about Jordan Oliver. The problem with that is that Oliver was a lot better as a freshman than Perry was.

    197: Brent Haynes, Luke Macchiaroli

    Two solid guys here. Haynes has excelled at putting up bonus points especially at early season competitions which will hopefully be a nice boost to start the year off. Macchiaroli is arguably the Pac-12 favorite at 197 so getting him in the 14th could be a steal.

    285: Mike McMullan

    Tony Nelson was my original target here at this weight, but if I couldn't get him McMullan was my fallback option. Was good last year as a redshirt so I'm happy to have him on my team.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke - 1984-2011

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