Easy answer, gents: Maple. Houdashelt #1 is foolishness, IMO. It's not that he's done bad; he's done well this year. However, this is a guy who finished 6th at NCAAs after an inconsistent season. Now he beats the #6 and #12 guys in the country, both of which are known to be a bit flakey, and you want to put him #1? He has done absolutely nothing to earn that ranking. Putting him at #1 is terribly whimsical--I don't care if Maple did lose to Busler, who really is having a pretty solid season and might be good this year. People have bad days.
As a ranker, if you ever find yourself with Houdashelt at #1, you should be tearing the world to pieces looking for a better guy, someone who's actually done something to prove himself worthy of the top ranking because Drake certainly hasn't. This is the case at 197 where Taylor Meeks is kind of the defacto #1 guy. The wild thing here is that at 149, we actually have a guy who has done much more than Houdashelt--Kendric Maple.
I honestly can't believe that Houdashelt beats #12 Josh Kindig and there is an outcry that somehow this means he jumps Maple.