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Thread: 2010 University World Teams

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    Default 2010 University World Teams

    55 KG: Angel Escobedo
    60 KG: Reece Humphrey
    66 KG: Kevin LeValley
    74 KG: Jon Reader
    84 KG: Quentin Wright
    96 KG: Sonny Yohn
    120 KG: Zach Rey

    55 KG: Nikko Triggas
    60 KG: Joe Kemmerer
    66 KG: Kerry Regner
    74 KG: Aaron Briggs
    84 KG: Talan Knox
    96 KG: Zac Nielsen
    120 KG: Brandon Rupp

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    Who ya got to medal? I like Humph,Reader Wright, Rey in Freestyle
    and Triggas and Rupp

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    I got Esco, Reader and Wright having the best chance to medal. Wright is a phenomenal freestyler as is Reader, and I think Esco could really make some noise once he focuses full time on freestyle. Especially at 55 KG he is huge!

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    Humphery placed second last year, didn't he?

    Reader has some fs experience; at the Pan Ams last year he beat Evan Macdonald (top 10 in world 2x, Olympian) pretty handily but then got absolutely curbstomped by Fundora in the final. How this all translates to the World Universities I'm not sure.

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    Humphrey's silver was a few years ago but having been there and done it he's definitely a guy that can get back there.

    Of the guys on the team I'm most intrigued to see Reader. His ability to score from par terre gives him an advantage that a lot of the US guys don't really have.

    The dump that he likes to hit also helps set him up for big points.

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    What is Reader's "style" as a wrestler? When I watched the MacDonald match, I was really impressed at how well he got in low on the legs against a short, stocky opponent.

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    Really aggressive. Likes to hit low singles and a dump (primarily to the left side) from the feet. Very capable of scoring from top primarily with a gut.

    I've seen much more of him wrestling folkstyle than freestyle but I think this sums him up pretty well.

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