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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    149:
    1. Brent Metcalf, Iowa
    2. Lance Palmer, Ohio State
    3. Kyle Ruschell, Wisconsin
    4. Matt Kyler, Army
    5. Frank Molinaro, Penn State
    6. Kyle Terry, Oklahoma
    7. Cesar Grajales, Penn
    8. Jason Chamberlain, Boise State

    R12: Kyle Borschoff, Kevin LeValley, Mitch Mueller, RJ Pena
    you really think that Pena has a shot at making the round of 12 as a true freshman?

  2. #20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    141:
    1. Kyle Dake, Cornell
    2. Joe Slaton, Iowa
    3. Reece Humphrey, Ohio State
    4. Zack Bailey, Oklahoma
    5. Alex Krom, Maryland
    6. Filip Novachkov, Cal Poly
    7. Levi Jones, Boise State
    8. Jamal Parks, Oklahoma State

    R12: Ryan Prater, Germain Lindsey, Mike Thorn, Chris Drouin
    At least I won't be feeling bad about one of my champion picks...

    I will try desperately to have 125 out by the end of the weekend. I've got 1-7 in terms of AA's how I like them, just need to settle on an 8 and then find requisite results.

  3. #21

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    125:
    1st Angel Escobedo
    2nd Troy Nickerson
    3rd Matt McDonough
    4th Zach Sanders
    5th Andrew Long
    6th Anthony Robles
    7th James Nicholson
    8th Eric Morril

    R12:
    Martinez, Pataky, Streitanger, Garnett

    (Would not be remotely surprised if one of these R12 guys bumped into the top 8)


    133:
    1st Jayson Ness
    2nd Frank Gomez
    3rd Andrew Hochstrasser
    4th Tyler Graff
    5th Dan Dennis
    6th Scott Sentes
    7th Boris Novachkov
    8th Nick Fanthorpe

    R12
    Mike Grey, Steve Bell, Jordan Oliver, Dan Mitcheff
    (My head says Gomez, but my heart says Ness. F U Logical thinking, Jayson is due)


    141:
    1st Reece Humphrey
    2nd Kyle Dake
    3rd Alex Krom
    4th Jamal Parks
    5th Zach Bailey
    6th Chris Drouin
    7th Mike Thorn
    8th Tyler Nauman

    R12:
    Chris Diaz, Filip Novachkov, Levi Jones, Todd Schavrien
    (All I feel comfortable picking is Humphrey in the finals here.. and the only person who beats him potentially is Dake)

    149:
    1st Brent Metcalf
    2nd Kyle Ruschell
    3rd Lance Palmer
    4th Kyle Borshoff
    5th Frank Molinaro
    6th Kyle Terry
    7th: Matt Kyler
    8th: Tony D'alie

    R12
    Mitch Mueller, Jason Chamberlain, RJ Pena, Desi Green
    (I like my top 4 in that order, even with Borshoff sucking it up at Midlands. I like D'alie to sneak in the 7th/8th match as well)


    157:
    1st Steve Fittery
    2nd Jesse Dong
    3rd JP O'Connor
    4th Cyler Sanderson
    5th Adam Hall
    6th Steve Brown
    7th Matt Moley
    8th Johnny Bonilla Bowman

    R12
    Chase Pami, Neil Erisman, Keegan Davis, Bryce Saddoris
    (This is one of those draw them out of a hat weights)

    165:
    1st Andrew Howe
    2nd John Reader
    3rd Nick Marable
    4th Jarrod King
    5th Dustin Schlatter
    6th Ryan Boringstar
    7th Colt Sponseller
    8th Dan Vallimont

    R12
    Alex Meade, Mike Galante, Paul Young, Andy Rendos
    (Ridiculous weight, but I really have a hard time seeing anyone outside of the top 8 or so making the podium this year


    174:
    1st Mack Lewnes
    2nd Jay Borschel
    3rd Stephen Dwyer
    4th Chris Heinrich
    5th Mike Benefiel
    6th Luke Manuel
    7th Scott Glasser
    8th Colby Covington


    R12
    Ben Bennet, Mike Letts, Robert Hamlin, Jordan Blanton
    (Yep, I realize I went almost exactly to the rankings on this one)



    184:
    1st Mike Cannon
    2nd Mike Pucillo
    3rd John Dergo
    4th Kirk Smith
    5th Max Askren
    6th Joe Leblanc
    7th Clayton Foster
    8th Steve Bosak

    R12
    Phil Keddy, Jerome Ward, Louis Caputo, David Erwin

    (This weight is INSANE... so many good wrestlers)


    197:
    1st Craig Brester
    2nd Jake Varner
    3rd Hudson Taylor
    4th Cam Simaz
    5th Alan Gelogaev
    6th Trevor Brandvold
    7th Anthony Biondo
    8th Brent Jones

    R12
    Eric Lapotsky, Brent Haynes, Logan Brown, Richard Starks
    (Yep, that finals match is not a typo)


    HVY:
    1st Jared Rosholt
    2nd Mark Ellis
    3rd Zach Rey
    4th Nathan Everhart
    5th David Zabriskie
    6th Ryan Tomei
    7th DJ Russo
    8th Tucker Lane

    R12
    Eric Nye, Scott Steele, Mitch Monteiro, Cam Wade

    (This weight is honestly just pick a name out of a hat... no confidence in these ones at all)
    Gold is an idiot.

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    Some interesting stats about just how top-heavy 165 is...

    Howe 20-0
    0 Losses

    Schlatter 8-1
    1x Loss to Meade

    Boringstar 15-2
    2x Losses to Reader


    Reader 14-3
    1x Loss to Schlatter
    1x Loss to Howe
    1x Loss to Morningstar

    Marable 24-2
    1x Loss to Howe
    1x Loss to Morningstar

    King 26-1
    1x Loss to Schmelyun

    Vallimont 18-3
    2x Losses to King
    1x Loss to Winston

    Sponseller 17-3
    1x Loss to King
    1x Loss to Howe
    1x Loss to Reader

    Total Losses = 14
    Losses to people outside the top eight = 3

    Its really hard not to see these 8 being the guys on the podium, regardless of the order they fall in.
    Gold is an idiot.

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    All of your wrestlers are goin to make AA or round of 12, huh?
    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...

  6. #24

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    Not all, just most of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Not all, just most of them.
    All of his starters except for Logan Brown are AA's on his list. Logan Brown is a R12. He even manaed to get two of his 184's in there, Steve Bosak and Dave Erwin. An impressive showing from Lost.
    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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    No love for Trice, LoSt?


  9. #27

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    Lost,
    You have Thorn, Schlatter, and Glasser too low...and Ben Berthow too high, lol.

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