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    Default 2009 Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Predictions/Results/Discussion

    Brackets: Updated continuously throughout the tournament:

    http://test.escapesports.com/Results...s_Vegas_CK.pdf

    Quite possibly nowadays the toughest individual tournament other than Big 10's and NCAA's coming up next weekend. This is always fun.

    The guys below are all scheduled (and scheduled is the key word, obviously there will be guys who don't show for whatever reason) to be at each weight.

    Compliments of Bronco over at TheOpenMat, he used WrestlingReport for the rankings.

    125 lbs.
    # 1 ranked Troy Nickerson of Cornell (Senior)
    # 2 ranked Angel Escobedo of Indiana (Senior)
    # 3 ranked Anthony Robles of Arizona State (Junior)
    # 5 ranked James Nicholson of Old Dominion (Junior)
    # 7 ranked Jarrod Garnett of Virginia Tech (Sophomore)
    # 9 ranked Steve Bonanno of Hofstra (Sophomore)
    # 10 ranked Mike Martinez of Wyoming (Sophomore)
    # 11 ranked Ben Kjar of Utah Valley University (Junior)
    # 14 ranked B. J. Futtrell of Illinois (Sophomore)
    # 18 ranked Tony Mustari of Northern Colorado (Senior)
    # 19 ranked Brian Owen of Boise State (Sophomore)
    # 23 ranked Matt Fields of Purdue (Sophomore)
    # 25 ranked Nikko Triggas of Ohio State (Junior)

    133
    # 3 ranked Andrew Hochstrasser of Boise State (Junior)
    # 10 ranked Tyler Graff of Wisconsin (Freshman)
    # 11 ranked Kevin Smith of Buffalo (Sophomore)
    # 12 ranked Mike Grey of Cornell (Junior)
    # 13 ranked David Marble of Bucknell (Senior)
    # 14 ranked Steve Mytych of Drexel (Senior)
    # 16 ranked Boris Novachkov of Cal Poly (Sophomore)
    # 18 ranked Brandon Low of UC Davis (Junior)
    # 19 ranked Kelly Kubec of Oregon State (Sophomore)
    # 20 ranked Ben Ashmore of Arizona State (Junior)
    # 21 ranked Zac Stevens of Michigan (Sophomore)
    # 22 ranked Colin Johnston of West Virginia (Sophomore)

    141
    # 2 ranked Reece Humphrey of Ohio State (Senior)
    # 3 ranked Chris Drouin of Arizona State (Junior)
    # 6 ranked Kyle Dake of Cornell (Freshman)
    # 11 ranked Chris Diaz of Virginia Tech (Junior)
    # 13 ranked Filip Novachkov of Cal Poly (Junior)
    # 14 ranked Todd Schavrien of Missouri (Junior)
    # 15 ranked Zack Bailey of Oklahoma (Junior)
    # 17 ranked Levi Jones of Boise State (Junior)
    # 19 ranked Juan Archuleta of Purdue (Sophomore)
    # 20 ranked Ryan Prater of Illinois (Junior)
    # 21 ranked Michael Mangrum of Oregon State (Freshman)
    # 22 ranked Elijah Nacita of Cal State Bakersfield (Junior)
    # 23 ranked Adin Duenas of Cal State Fullerton (Junior)

    149
    # 2 ranked Kyle Ruschell of Wisconsin (Senior)
    # 4 ranked Lance Palmer of Ohio State (Senior)
    # 5 ranked Kyle Terry of Oklahoma (Senior)
    # 8 ranked Jason Chamberlain of Boise State (Sophomore)
    # 11 ranked Kevin LeValley of Bucknell (Junior)
    # 14 ranked Desmond Green of Buffalo (Sophomore)
    # 15 ranked Justin Accordino of Hofstra (Sophomore)
    # 17 ranked Pete Yates of Virginia Tech (Sophomore)
    # 21 ranked Glenn Shober of NAVY (Senior)
    # 24 ranked Walt Peppelman of Harvard (Sophomore)
    # 25 ranked Mike Kessler of Rider (Senior)

    157
    # 1 ranked Jordan Burroughs of Nebraska (Senior)
    # 2 ranked Chase Pami of Cal Poly (Senior)
    # 3 ranked J. P. O’Connor of Harvard (Senior)
    # 6 ranked Adam Hall of Boise State (Junior)
    # 9 ranked Jon Bonilla-Bowman of Hofstra (Senior)
    # 10 ranked Colton Salazar of Purdue (Junior)
    # 11 ranked Kurt Kinser of Indiana (Junior)
    # 12 ranked Terry Vernon of Oklahoma (Senior)
    # 13 ranked Jesse Dong of Virginia Tech (Sophomore)
    # 14 ranked Bryce Saddoris of NAVY (Senior)
    # 15 ranked Keegan Davis of Oregon State (Senior)
    # 18 ranked Sean Nemec of Ohio State (Sophomore)
    # 25 ranked Joe Booth of Drexel (Freshman)

    165
    # 2 ranked Andrew Howe of Wisconsin (Sophomore)
    # 6 ranked Andrew Rendos of Bucknell (Senior)
    # 9 ranked Colt Sponseller of Ohio State (Junior)
    # 11 ranked Chris Brown of Old Dominion (Senior)
    # 12 ranked Paul Young of Indiana (Junior)
    # 14 ranked P. J. Gillespie of Hofstra (Sophomore)
    # 15 ranked Justin Kerber of Cornell (Junior)
    # 18 ranked Tyler Caldwell of Oklahoma (Freshman)
    # 19 ranked Conrad Polz of Illinois (Freshman)
    # 20 ranked Donnie Jones of West Virginia (Senior)
    # 21 ranked Michael Cuthbertson of Boise State (Freshman)
    # 22 ranked Ryan Smith of Oregon State (Sophomore)
    # 24 ranked Aaron Hynes of Michigan (Junior)

    174
    # 2 ranked Mack Lewnes of Cornell (Junior)
    # 4 ranked Stephen Dwyer of Nebraska (Senior)
    # 7 ranked Nathan Lee of Boise State (Senior)
    # 8 ranked Trevor Perry of Indiana (Senior)
    # 9 ranked Luke Manuel of Purdue (Junior)
    # 10 ranked Jeff James of Oklahoma (Junior)
    # 11 ranked Shane Riccio of Bucknell (Senior)
    # 12 ranked Luke Rebertus of NAVY (Sophomore)
    # 13 ranked Ryan Patrovich of Hofstra (Junior)
    # 15 ranked Jordan Blanton of Illinois (Sophomore)
    # 18 ranked Chance Litton of West Virginia (Senior)
    # 20 ranked David Rella of Ohio State (Senior)
    # 22 ranked Eric Starks of Arizona State (Sophomore)
    # 25 ranked Eric Decker of Old Dominion (Senior)

    184
    # 3 ranked Mike Pucillo of Ohio State (Senior)
    # 6 ranked Joe LeBlanc of Wyoming (Sophomore)
    # 7 ranked Kirk Smith of Boise State (Junior)
    # 11 ranked John Dergo of Illinois (Senior)
    # 12 ranked Steve Bosak of Cornell (Sophomore)
    # 17 ranked Joe Budi of Old Dominion (Sophomore)
    # 18 ranked Tommy Spellman of Virginia Tech (Junior)
    # 19 ranked Ben Clymer of Hofstra (Sophomore)
    # 24 ranked Eric Cameron of Indiana (Junior)

    197
    # 2 ranked Craig Brester of Nebraska (Senior)
    # 4 ranked Cam Simaz of Cornell (Sophomore)
    # 5 ranked Eric Lapotsky of Oklahoma (Senior)
    # 6 ranked Jesse Strawn of Old Dominion (Senior)
    # 7 ranked Trevor Brandvold of Wisconsin (Junior)
    # 11 ranked Logan Brown of Purdue (Junior)
    # 15 ranked Patrick Bond of Illinois (Senior)
    # 17 ranked Anthony Biondo of Michigan (Junior)
    # 18 ranked Matt Casperson of Boise State (Junior)
    # 19 ranked Riley Orozco of Cal State Bakersfield (Junior)
    # 21 ranked Chad Hanke of Oregon State (Sophomore)
    # 25 ranked Cody Magrum of Ohio State (Freshman)

    285
    # 4 ranked Mitch Monteiro of Cal State Bakersfield (Senior)
    # 8 ranked Tucker Lane of Nebraska (Sophomore)
    # 9 ranked Nathan Fernandez of Oklahoma (Junior)
    # 12 ranked Nathan Everhart of Indiana (Senior)
    # 15 ranked Corey Morrison of Ohio State (Senior)
    # 16 ranked Ed Bordas of Rider (Senior)
    # 17 ranked Ricky Alcala of UC Davis (Junior)
    # 20 ranked David Marone of Virginia Tech (Junior)
    # 24 ranked Josh Arnone of Cornell (Senior)
    # 25 ranked Clayton Jack of Oregon State (Sophomore)
    Last edited by Schlottke; 12-04-2009 at 12:52 PM.

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    Default Re: Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Predictions/Results/Discussion

    Over under on the amount of these guys that dont show, what are you thinking. I set a conservative 40, but that was when the list went all the way down into the #30s.
    Gold is an idiot.

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    157 is a BEAR !!

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    the first name on the list im sure wouldnt grace us with his presence before the new year.
    To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

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    Default Re: Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Predictions/Results/Discussion

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    1 Nickerson (probably won't wrestle)
    2 Escobedo
    3 Robles
    4 Nicholson
    5 Garnett
    6 Bonnano
    7 Martinez
    8 Owen
    9 Kjar

    133
    1 Hochstrasser
    2 Grey
    3 Graff
    4 Mytych
    5 Smith
    6 Marble
    7 Ashmore
    8 Novachkov

    141
    1 Humpphrey
    2 Drouin
    3 Diaz
    4 Dake
    5 Bailey
    6 Novachkov
    7 Schavrien
    8 Jones

    149
    1 Ruschell
    2 Palmer
    3 Terry
    4 Chamberlain
    5 LeValley
    6 Green
    7 Accordino
    8 Yates

    157
    1 Borroughs
    2 Pami
    3 O'Connor
    4 Hall
    5 Salazar
    6 Bonilla-Bowman
    7 Terry/Vernon
    8 Kinser

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    Default Re: Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational Predictions/Results/Discussion

    I am going to CK as I live outside of Vegas. If anyone is going to be there let me know.

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    Guys from the initial list I personally would not expect to see at CKLV

    Nickerson
    Bonanno
    Garnett
    Owen
    Dake
    Accordino
    Salazaar
    Brown
    Kerber
    Starks
    Brandvold
    Marone
    Arnone
    Gold is an idiot.

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    I can guarantee you you won't see Accordino, who's season is over.

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    Why the no go on Salazar Lost, or is it just a hunch? Reason why I'm asking is because I personally witnessed the beating NR Wright from Mizzou put on him. But didn't know if it's because Wright is capable of beating that quality of wrestler or if it's because Salazar was hurt.

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