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    Let's see 'em. Here is what I think for Ohio--I know I'm a homer, but I really can't imagine any state beating this...

    The wrestler has to have wrestled at that weight class this season.

    103: Nick Brascetta (1)
    112: Hunter Stieber (3)
    119: Jamie Clark (2)
    125: Logan Stieber (1)
    130: Felipe Martinez (3)
    135: David Taylor (2)
    140: Collin Palmer (2)
    145: Brian Stephens (16)
    152: Nick Sulzer (14*)
    160: Zach Toal (4)
    171: Chris Phillips (2)
    189: Nick Mills/Max Thomusseitt (15/12)
    215: Orlando Scales (1)
    285: Jeremy Johnson (3)

    103-140 is just ridiculous... Especially if you consider that only 2 of those are seniors.

    I pretty much based it off the Intermat rankings, and I put the rankings in ().

    *Sulzer is listed as 15, but they have Toal ranked at both 152 and 160. He is wrestling 160, so I just bumped Sulzer up one since Toal shouldn't be there.
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    A great team.

    If H. Stieber goes 119, Jerome Robinson can get penciled in at 112.

    Brad Squire is ready to get back on the map I understand. If he goes 145 and makes serious noise he may be the pick in place of Stephens.
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    Brad Squire is ready to get back on the map I understand. If he goes 145
    I heard through the grapevine that he wants to go 140 and challange Collin. Just a rumor that I heard, but that would be interesting.

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    I heard that too. That would be very interesting, but I don't think he would win, or really be all that close. Maybe the score would be close, but Palmer would control the match.

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    In a Plain dealer interview, Coach Gramuglia addresses what he called the internet rumor. He said it was just a rumor.

    But then he proceeded to not rule it out!!
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    Since you reminded me that I had not been on here for a while here I am. Little delaware may not beat the powerhouse states, but we would have a decent team. Hopefully I get most of the underclassmen out for the scholastic duals team!

    103 - Brandon Davis - has been 103 this year but 112 now. fargo AA
    112 - Sean Boylan
    119 - Sean Dolan
    125 - Wendell Cannon - 4th Beast losing 5-4 to garafolo
    130 - nick Schenk - 3rd Beast
    135 - Stepen Swiggett - Fargo AA
    140 - Cody Combs - 5th beast
    145 - Cody Carbine or Jay Matheus(5th Beast)
    152 - Issah Meade
    160 - Kenny Boyles - no national credentials
    171 - Ty Snook - state runner up to A.Meade in 08.
    189 - Alex Thomas - 3rd Beast
    215 - Cory Olsen - 6th beast but injured. Was 2 seed
    285 - bobby Telford - beast champ.

    All but boyles, snook, thomas and Olsen are underclassmen.

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    Team Illinois

    103 - Eddie Klimara (If he can make weight, he's as good as anyone)
    112 - Edwin Cooper
    119 - Keith Surber (Damonte Riley beat him earlier in the year, but he's wrestling very well)
    125 - Tony Ramos (with Morrison as a close second)
    130 - Nick Dardanes (Beat Jimmy Chase earlier in the year)
    135 - Ellis Coleman (Untouchable, that's all there is to it)
    140 - Matt Bogess (Only loss is to Coleman)
    145 - Elias Larson (Beat Dylan Carew from Iowa 3-2)
    152 - Bobby Barnheisel (Relentless)
    160 - Toss up. Isiah Gonzalez or Jahwon Akui. Probably Gonzalez because of his schedule
    171 - Lee Munster (No explanation needed)
    189 - Mario Gonzalez (Super quick for an 89 pounder)
    215 - Grant Goebel (Following in his brother's footsteps)
    285 - Chris Brassel - Undefeated with a win over former #1

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