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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
    Speaking of the affiliate B12 member schools and solid recruiting, I think we're likely to see the top three classes in the country go: 1. Ohio State, 2. Arizona State, 3. Northern Colorado. It really is quite incredible and a program changer for Northern Colorado. This is a school with no wrestling success whatsoever at the D1 level, and now they land 3 legit blue chip recruits and other solid ones.
    Taking a look at some of the notable commits from the affiliates:
    Northern Colorado: #5 Andrew Alirez, #17 Theoris Robison, #75 Mosha Schwartz (comically underrated IMO), #88 Ronald Tucker
    Northern Iowa: #20 Parker Keckeisen, #95 Kyle Gollhofer, #107 Lance Runyan
    Fresno State: #42 Jace Luchau, #46 Matt Olguin, #54 Ryan Reyes, #120 Christian Reyes (If they consistently pull Cali talent like this, they're going to be trouble)
    SDSU: #67 Cade Devos, #80 Spencer Trenary, #100 Tanner Jordan
    Wyoming: #68 Brendan Garcia, #114 Jake Svihel
    Air Force: #65 Wyatt Hendrickson (Underrated IMO)
    NDSU: #111 Corey Gamet
    Utah Valley: None

    Rankings were pulled from Pinfall Recruiting, which comes up with a composite ranking from various websites. Habisch is likely just outside the top 100 on most lists.
    Fresno State is going to benefit from having a lack of competition not only within their state, but region. That will be a huge plus for them for the kids on the West Coast who don't want travel too far from home.
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    Ty Moser at 195 and Riley Habish at 170 were Minnesota State Champs tonight. Moser was 46-0 and Habisch was 39-0 this year. In Michigan Gamet won State at 125 and finished with a 51-0 record. In Ohio Wokojance won his district and he has 51-0 record.
    Last edited by harleycowboy; 03-03-2019 at 03:29 AM.

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    Mike Nelson won MN class A at 195 too. Had 3 pins and a tech. 45-3 for his senior season.

    Tyler Jones took 3rd at 126 in MN AAA. Finished 42-8.

    Ryan Ripplinger went 46-1 and won his fourth ND class A title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harleycowboy View Post
    Ty Moser at 195 and Riley Habish at 170 were Minnesota State Champs tonight. Moser was 46-0 and Habisch was 39-0 this year. In Michigan Gamet won State at 125 and finished with a 51-0 record. In Ohio Wokojance won his district and he has 51-0 record.
    Put this in football 2020 recruiting as well:

    https://www.inforum.com/sports/wrest...o-back-to-back

    Congrats to Ty Moser!

    And congrats on the 34 ACT!

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.per...-and-mat%3famp

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    Wokojance ended up placing third in the Ohio D1 state Tourney. Lost 5-1 in the semis to the eventual champion who is a Brown wrestling commit.
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    Luke Weber's brother, Michael, has verballed to NDSU. 4 time Montana state champion and former Cadet greco national champion and Cadet freestyle runner up.

    Wants to become an orthopedic surgeon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
    Luke Weber's brother, Michael, has verballed to NDSU. 4 time Montana state champion and former Cadet greco national champion and Cadet freestyle runner up.

    Wants to become an orthopedic surgeon.
    Nice snag for NDSU, what weight are we talking about here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Almeida View Post
    Nice snag for NDSU, what weight are we talking about here?
    He projects at 165
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  9. #29
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    Leighton Rach - 5-8, College Projected 133, Perham, Minn. (Perham H.S.)

    https://gobison.com/news/2019/5/29/n...omer-list.aspx

    Ryan Henningson - Winona

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    Last edited by bruinbison; 06-01-2019 at 02:05 PM.

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    At the junior National duals Ryan Ripplinger went 8-0. Burwick also was 8-0 but all techs or pins. Ripplinger had some close matches. Missing Burwick is a real loss. By the way most of the top 2020 recruits have committed and we have nobody so far.

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