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    To qualify, they must have wrestled at least one year in the 1990s.

    My list:

    1. Cael Sanderson
    2. Pat Smith
    3. Tom Brands
    4. Lincon McIlravey
    5. Terry Brands
    6. Cary Kolat
    7. Joe Williams
    8. Stephen Abas
    9. Eric Guerrero
    10. T.J. Jaworsky

    others worth noting: Stephen Neal, Jeff Prescott, Kevin Randleman, T.J. Williams, Matt Demaray, Les Gutches, Mark Ironside, Alan Fried.

    There is no logic behind my picks. I was bias towards the wrestlers that I like to watch the most, but I put Cael and Pat on the top so you all won't lynch me too much (even though I like some of the Iowa guys more).
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    I'll get to this thread later today. The top two are obviously obvious, but I was interested to see a few weeks ago when I looked up Pat Smith's record, that he was undefeated his last three years.

    For some reason I had always pictured him as Jake Rosholt'ish pick up some losses during the year, and then win it all at the end. Dude was impressive.

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    I think Pat Smith only lost 5 matches right. I like the list.

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    A very impressive list.

    On Smith: I remember no one from Iowa could beat him--even though they were the dominant team of the decade. For hon. mention I would also consider Troy Steiner (and maybe others I haven't thought of yet).

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    1. Cael Sanderson
    2. Pat Smith
    3. Tom Brands
    4. Lincoln McIlravy
    5. Joe Williams
    6. TJ Jaworsky
    7. Cary Kolat
    8. Eric Guerrero
    9. Terry Brands
    10. Stephen Neal

    HM: Mark Branch, Mark Ironside, Kerry McCoy

    I also considered Abas, and TJ, but left them off since they did most of their damage in the 2000's.

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    I would put McIlravey #3 (1,1,2,1). He lost only three matches in his college career, and he started as a true freshman.

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    Sammie Henson should be a consideration too....5-1-1

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    Stephen Neal, but no Kerry Mccoy?
    I wish I could kick Matt Dragon in the balls. In his Dragonballz.

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    yes kerry mccoy should be on the honorable mention too.

    I'm just surprised that I cant fit Prescott or Demaray on my top 10 lists. Those guys are tough as hell.

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