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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Gin Buckets, Jun 12, 2015.
Yeah, that's literally every weight(except 120 lately, for some reason), every year, every cycle.
Trackwrestling top 100 for 2019.
Overall a solid list, but there is quite a bit there I disagree with. Connor Brady too high, Chlebove probably 15-20 spots too low, then there are several guys in the 60s-80s I'd move up a lot.
Top 100 for 2019 Presented By X-Athletic
The first postseason Top 100 list is out and a pair of Colorado natives are at the top of the class for 2019.
Andrew Alirez and Cohlton Schultz check in at No. 1 and 2 on the list after becoming four-timers in Colorado and adding to their impressive credentials outside their age groups.
Alirez, a Northern Colorado recruit, scored a technical fall win last year against Penn State All-American Nick Lee at the Junior World Team Trials and defeated All-American Joey Lazor and two-time NCAA champion Dean Heil on his way to a fourth-place finish in January at the Dave Schultz Memorial International.
Cohlton Schultz grabbed a Greco-Roman Junior World bronze medal last September and qualified for the USA U23 Greco-Roman squad. The Arizona State-bound heavyweight ran through his senior season without surrendering a point. Schultz is one of six Arizona State recruits who cracked the top 70.
A pair of Ohio State recruits, Greg Kerkvliet and Carson Kharchla, and Michigan recruit Kurt McHenry round out the top five. The Buckeyes also picked up pledges from No. 10 Jordan Decatur and No. 22 Dylan D'Emilio.
(Photo: Austin Bernard)
Ranking Name High School Weight College
1 Andrew Alirez Greeley, CO 152 Northern Colorado
2 Cohlton Schultz Ponderosa, CO 285 Arizona State
3 Greg Kerkvliet Simley, MN 285 Ohio State
4 Carson Kharchla Olentangy Liberty, OH 170 Ohio State
5 Kurt McHenry St. Paul's, MD 113 Michigan
6 Eric Barnett Hortonville, WI 126 Wisconsin
7 Carter Starocci Erie Cathedral Prep, PA 182 Penn State
8 Joseph Aragona Pope John XXIII, NJ 138 Rutgers
9 Connor Brady Olentangy Liberty, OH 160 Virginia Tech
10 Jordan Decatur Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, OH 132 Ohio State
11 Cameron Amine Detroit Central Catholic, MI 152 Michigan
12 Ryan Anderson Bethlehem Catholic, PA 145 Iowa State
13 Abe Assad Glenbard North, IL 182 Iowa
14 Devin Winston Park Hill, MO 182 Minnesota
15 Jacob Cardenas Bergen Catholic, NJ 195 Cornell
16 Julian Ramirez Blair Academy, NJ 170 Cornell
17 Adam Busiello Eastport, NY 138 Arizona State
18 Lucas Byrd LaSalle, OH 120
19 Ridge Lovett Post Falls, ID 145 Nebraska
20 Michael Colaiocco Blair Academy, NJ 126 Penn
21 Jaden Abas Rancho Bernardo, CA 145 Stanford
22 Dylan D'Emilio Genoa, OH 138 Ohio State
23 Brevin Balmeceda South Dade, FL 160 Oklahoma State
24 Wyatt Hendrickson Newton, KS 220 Air Force
25 Pete Christensen Montini Catholic, IL 195 Wisconsin
26 Reece Witcraft Broken Arrow, OK 132 Oklahoma State
27 Bryce Andonian St. Edward, OH 145 Virginia Tech
28 Aden Reeves Albia, IA 126 Iowa State
29 Jake Stiles Montini Catholic, IL 152 Oklahoma
30 Gabe Tagg Brecksville, OH/USA Wrestling EAP 126 North Carolina
31 Cole Urbas State College, PA 195 Penn
32 Luke Luffman Urbana, IL 285 Illinois
33 Parker Keckeisen Nicolet, WI 182 Northern Iowa
34 Jordan Crace Bellefontaine, OH 145 Michigan State
35 Julian Chlebove Northampton, PA 132 Arizona State
36 Matthew Olguin Buchanan, CA 160 Fresno State
37 Sam Dover St. Edward, OH 152 Oklahoma
38 Sam Latona Thompson, AL 120 Virginia Tech
39 Owen Trephan Blair Academy, NJ 220 North Carolina State
40 Jackson Turley St. Christophers, VA 182 Rutgers
41 Christopher Foca Bergen Catholic, NJ 182 Cornell
42 Sammy Alvarez St. Joseph Montvale, NJ 126 North Carolina State
43 Matt Ramos Lockport, IL 120 Minnesota
44 Kai Orine Seckman, MO 126 North Carolina State
45 Jace Luchau Selma, CA 152 Fresno State
46 Kyle Burwick Hettinger, ND 126 Wisconsin
47 Darrien Roberts Wyoming Seminary, PA 182 Oklahoma
48 Ryan Vulakh Pope John Paul II, PA 152 George Mason
49 James Whitaker St. Johns, MI 152 Virginia
50 Jake Logan New Rochelle, NY 182 Lehigh
51 Connor McGonagle Timberlane, NH 132 Lehigh
52 Nick Raimo Hanover Park, NJ 132 Arizona State
53 Trey Munoz Trabuca Hills, CA 170 Arizona State
54 KeVon Davenport Detroit Central Catholic, MI 145 Nebraska
55 Malyke Hines Osceola, FL 138 Lehigh
56 Ryan Reyes Gilroy, CA 195 Fresno State
57 Lucas Revano Camden Catholic, NJ 145 Penn
58 Zach DelVecchio South Plainfield, NJ 220
59 Zach Glazier Albert Lea, MN 182 Iowa
60 Nick South Columbus East, IN 170 Indiana
61 Kyle Mosher South Side/East Rockaway, NY 160 Columbia
62 Robert Kanniard Wall Township, NJ 160 Rutgers
63 Luke Baughman Wadsworth, OH 138 Indiana
64 Julian Broderson Davenport Assumption, IA 195 Iowa State
65 Christopher Donathon Mason, OH 145 Tiffin
66 Mosha Schwartz Ponderosa, CO 126 Northern Colorado
67 Travis Ford-Melton Marian Catholic, IL 126 Purdue
68 Edmond Ruth Susquehanna Twp, PA 170 Lehigh
69 Cleveland Belton St. John Bosco, CA 132 Arizona State
70 Noah Surtin Edwardsville, IL 120 Missouri
71 John Birchmeier Broad Run, VA 285 Navy
72 Lewis Fernandes Voorhees, NJ 285 Cornell
73 Lance Runyon Southeast Polk, IA 152 Northern Iowa
74 Jake Svihel Totino-Grace, MN 126 Wyoming
75 Trevor Chumbley Marmion Academy, IL 145 Northwestern
76 Nicholas Incontrera Blair Academy, NJ 152 Penn
77 Christian Knop Alexandria, AL 195 North Carolina State
78 Cade DeVos Southeast Polk, IA 160 South Dakota State
79 Michael North Wadsworth, OH 145 Maryland
80 Isaac Wilcox Olympus, UT 152 Ohio State
81 Mason Reiniche Baylor School, TN 170 Cornell
82 Jared McGill Chestnut Ridge, PA 170 Pittsburgh
83 Daniel Mancini Owen J. Roberts, PA 152 Virginia Tech
84 Eli Pokorney Chesterton, IN 285 Purdue
85 Trent Dooley Allen, TX 138 Little Rock
86 Alex Cramer Grayslake Central, IL 170 Old Dominion
87 Michael Wolfgram Central York, PA 285 West Virginia
88 Spencer Trenary Clarion-Goldfield Dows, IA 285 South Dakota State
89 Theorius Robison Pomono, CO 145 Northern Colorado
90 Ricky Cabanillas DePaul Catholic, NJ 145 Brown
91 Daniel Manibog Katy, TX 160 Oklahoma State
92 Donnell Washington Portage, IN 160 Indiana
93 Max Shaw Thomas Jefferson, PA 195 North Carolina
94 Colton Yapoujian Finger Lakes Prep, NY 160 Cornell
95 Kawaun Deboe Erie Cathedral Prep, PA 285
96 Jacob Bullock Cahokia, IL 220 Old Dominion
97 Victor Jaquez Bellarmine Prep, CA 220 Cal Poly
98 Phillip Moomey Kearney, NE 132 Cornell
99 Jonathon Fagen Fruitland, ID 195 Cornell
100 Kyle Gollhofer Woodland Cartersville, GA 120 Northern Iowa
No brainer. He was fun to watch the past couple of years.
Makes sense that the best RTC (The Room TM) in the country has the coach of the year
Top-ranked wrestlers in men’s freestyle include Thomas Gilman at 57 kg, Joe Colon at 61 kg, Logan Stieber at 65 kg, James Green at 70 kg, Jordan Burroughs at 74 kg, Kyle Dake at 79 kg, David Taylor at 86 kg, J’den Cox at 92 kg, Kyle Snyder at 97 kg and Nick Gwiazdowski at 125 kg.
1. Thomas Gilman (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
2. Daton Fix (Titan Mercury WC/Cowboy RTC)
3. Spencer Lee (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
4. Zach Sanders (Minnesota Storm)
5. Jack Mueller (Titan Mercury WC/Cavalier WC)
6. Tim Lambert (Sunkist Kids)
7. Darian Cruz (New York AC)
8. Frank Perrelli (Lehigh Valley RTC)
9. Zane Richards (Illinois Regional Training Center/Illini WC)
10. David Terao (DCAC)
1. Joe Colon (Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC)
2. Nahshon Garrett (Sunkist Kids)
3. Nico Megaludis (Titan Mercury WC)
4. Cory Clark (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
5. Tony Ramos (Sunkist Kids/Tar Heel WC)
6. Sean Fausz (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)
7. Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
8. Jon Morrison (New York AC/Cliff Keen WC)
9. Cody Brewer (Titan Mercury WC/Chicago RTC)
10. Ben Whitford (Titan Mercury WC)
1. Logan Stieber (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
2. Joseph McKenna (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
3. Jordan Oliver (Sunkist Kids/Finger Lakes WC)
4. Zain Retherford (Nittany Lion WC)
5. Jaydin Eierman (Titan Mercury WC/Missouri Wrestling RTC)
6. Yianni Diakomihalis (Titan Mercury WC/Finger Lakes WC)
7. BJ Futrell (Titan Mercury WC/Penn RTC)
8. Andy Simmons (New York AC/Cliff Keen WC)
9. Evan Henderson (Titan Mercury WC/NYCRTC)
10. Nick Dardanes (Titan Mercury WC/Illinois RTC)
1. James Green (Sunkist Kids)
2. Jason Chamberlain (Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC)
3. Frank Molinaro (Titan Mercury WC/OKRTC)
4. Jason Nolf (Nittany Lion WC)
5. Brandon Sorenson (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
6. Hayden Hidlay (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)
7. Alec Pantaleo (Cliff Keen WC)
8. Ryan Deakin (Chicago RTC)
9. Dylan Ness (Minnesota Storm)
10. Tyler Berger (Nebraska WTC)
1. Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids)
2. Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury WC/Illinois RTC)
3. Nazar Kulchytskyy (Titan Mercury WC)
4. Tommy Gantt (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)
5. Mekhi Lewis (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
6. Richie Lewis (New York AC/NJRTC)
7. Dan Vallimont (New York AC)
8. Joey Lavallee (Titan Mercury WC)
9. Lavion Mayes (NYCRTC)
10. Evan Wick (Titan Mercury WC/Badger RTC)
1. Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury WC/Finger Lakes RTC)
2. Zahid Valencia (Sunkist Kids)
3. Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury WC/Cowboy RTC)
4. Mark Hall (Nittany Lion WC)
5. Aaron Brooks (Titan Mercury WC/EAP)
6. Nate Jackson (New York AC/NJRTC)
7. Mike Evans (Buies Creek RTC)
8. David McFadden (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
9. Daniel Lewis (Missouri Wrestling RTC)
10. CJ Brucki (NJRTC)
1. David Taylor (Nittany Lion WC)
2. Nick Reenan (Wolfpack WC)
3. Richard Perry (New York AC/Penn RTC)
4. Sam Brooks (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
5. Nick Heflin (Titan Mercury WC/OKRTC)
6. Kenneth Courts (Titan Mercury WC)
7. Pat Downey (Titan Mercury WC)
8. Brett Pfarr (Minnesota Storm)
9. Joe Rau (Titan Mercury WC)
10. TJ Dudley (Sunkist Kids)
1. J’den Cox (Titan Mercury WC/USOTC)
2. Hayden Zillmer (Minnesota Storm)
3. Bo Nickal (Nittany Lion WC)
4. Mike Macchiavello (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)
5. Timmy McCall (Titan Mercury WC/Wolfpack WC)
6. Nikko Reyes (Valley RTC)
7. Enock Francois (New York AC/Finger Lakes WC)
8. Scottie Boykin (Titan Mercury WC)
9. Lucas Davison (Chicago RTC)
10. Josh Manu (Navy-Marines)
1. Kyle Snyder (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
2. Kyven Gadson (Sunkist Kids/Cyclone RTC)
3. Ty Walz (Titan Mercury WC/Southeast RTC)
4. Austin Schafer (New York AC)
5. Kollin Moore (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
6. Nathan Burak (Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC)
7.Blaize Cabell (Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC)
8. Kevin Beazley (New York AC/Cliff Keen WC)
9. Ben Honis (Finger Lakes WC)
10. Ross Larson (Viking WC)
1. Nick Gwiazdowski (Titan Mercury WC)
2. Adam Coon (New York AC/Cliff Keen WC)
3. Anthony Nelson (Minnesota Storm)
4. Gable Steveson (Minnesota Storm)
5. Jake Varner (Nittany Lion WC)
6. Mike Kosoy (Sunkist Kids)
7. Dom Bradley (Sunkist Kids)
8. Youssif Hemida (Terrapin WC)
9. Tanner Hall (Sunkist Kids)
10. Matt Stencel (CWC)
Askren vs Burroughs at Beat the Streets
2019 SENIOR PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
at Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 18-21
U.S. Men’s Freestyle roster
57 kg: Josh Rodriguez (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC)
61 kg: Joe Colon (Fresno, Calif./Titan Mercury WC/Valley RTC)
65 kg: Colton McCrystal (Lincoln, Neb./Nebraska WTC)
70 kg: Anthony Ashnault (South Plainfield, N.J./NJRTC)
74 kg: Jordan Burroughs (Lincoln, Neb./Sunkist Kids)
79 kg: Chandler Rogers (Stillwater, Okla./Titan Mercury WC/Cowboy RTC)
86 kg: David Taylor (State College, Pa./Nittany Lion WC)
92 kg: J’den Cox (Colorado Springs, Colo./Titan Mercury WC/USOTC)
97 kg: Kyle Snyder (Columbus, Ohio/Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)
125 kg: Nick Gwiazdowksi (Raleigh, N.C./Titan Mercury WC)
Former PA state champ shot by PA state police. Went to UT-Chatanooga and was enrolled at WVU
Pritzlaff turned down Maryland
why on earth would he take that job?
he's been connected to better
There are many fans that want to fire Goodale and promote Pritzlaff if he ever comes close to leaving
I'm pretty sure I remember hearing there's bad blood between Donny and Wisconsin. He didn't leave on good terms IIRC. Unless there is an administration change and Bono is fired I don't see Pritzlaff going anywhere.
Kyle Dake has accepted his 79kg Final X berth.
There was lots of speculation he was going to wrestle 74kg this year.
The US Open is going to be fire once again this year. I can't stop thinking about how awesome the Open was in 2017 and I hope we could see something similar again (although Final X kinda gets in the way of that quite a bit).
Juniors is going to be amazing. Lots of loaded weight classes. Lots of good kids already registered, lots of studs still yet to register. 57kg is already loaded and we're still a week out. Vito is qualified for senior WTT, will he skip Juniors? Will Kurt McHenry wrestle? Malik Heinselman?
57 already registered:
1. Pat Glory - NCAA AA
2. Julian Tagg Former Cadet WT member, Ironman/S32/Fargo Champ
3. Matthew Ramos - Cadet Gold
4. Rayvon Foley - NCAA AA
5. Eric Barnett - Fargo Champ
6. Dylan Ragusin - Double Fargo Champ
7. Jeremiah Reno - Cadet National runner-up (Kurt McHenry), Fargo Champ
I'm surprised but not surprised.
I wouldn't be shocked to see him land a job at Oklahoma somewhat immediately. Best of luck, Logan.
Obviously scared of the Zain train.
Did look like he was consistently starving himself to make weight, at least he got a world gold.
Makes me feel old. I remember following the Monroeville Four as they were dominating over a decade ago. Still disappointed Phillips went to NC State.
50k for a guy trying to be the goat, fuck off UFC
Chael Sonnen works for ESPN, not the UFC.
It's like Michael Irvin offering LeBron a job with the Cowboys.
I'm not sure Zain is Top 3 at 65kg at this point. Not even sure if he's wrestling next week yet.
Looks like it's Ohio RTC for Logan, plus opening his own academy.
It was at a non olympic weight in an olympic year, but yeah, it's still a world gold.
His gold medal was in an absolutely stacked weight class though.
Lomtadze, Chakaev, Ehsanpoor, Bajrang Punia, Gvarzatilov, Shuptar, Topal...
And he had to go through Shuptar, Ehsanpoor, Chakaev, and Lomtadze to win his gold.
Let's not minimize his gold medal because it was a non-olympic gold. That is a murderers row of opponents right there.
I was just stating a fact. You need to relax Steve
That’s a murderers row of name pronunciation
Just saying, Stieber is an all-time great.
A couple years back Askren and Rowlands had a podcast and they ranked their all-time top 10 American wrestlers.
A lot has changed since then, but if Stieber isn't top 10 on that list now he's right on the outside peeking in.
I think you need a little more on the international resume to make top 10, personally, but if that's not the 'main' criteria he's already there. Lot of guys making a charge up that list in the last few years.
Kyle Dake was on Askren's list at #10 two years ago, and Cael was #5.
Stieber still has better wins than Dake overall (although more losses as well).
For reference (and again, this was before Rio I believe, so Snyder isn't even on either list:
1. John Smith
2. Jordan Burroughs
3. Lee Kemp
4. Bruce Baumgartner
5. Cael Sanderson
6. Mark Schultz
7. Tom Brands
8. Kenny Monday
9. Dan Gable
10. Kyle Dake
11. Terry Brands
12. Kevin Jackson
13. Dave Schultz
14. Ed Bannach
15. Stephen Abas
1. John Smith
2. Bruce Baumgartner
3. Jordan Burroughs
4. Lee Kemp
5. Dave Schultz
6. Mark Schultz
7. Kenny Monday
8. Kevin Jackson
9. Tom Brands
10. Cael Sanderson
11. Dan Gable
how is steiber anywhere near guys on that list, honestly.
Because he's one of the great prep wrestlers of all time, one of the great college wrestlers of all time, and won a gold medal.
His resume is pretty similar to Dake's and Cox tbh, and I'd put him over Taylor.
1. John Smith
2. Bruce Baumgartner
3. Jordan Burroughs
4. Kyle Snyder
5. Lee Kemp
6. Dave Schultz
7. Mark Schultz
8. Kenny Monday
9. Cael Sanderson
10. Dan Gable
11. Tom Brands
12. Kevin Jackson
13. Logan Stieber
14. Kyle Dake
15. J'den Cox
16. David Taylor
17. Ed Bannach
(Edit: Thought about it and switched Magicman and Bananch)
We'll prob have to amend this list in a few years for the Spencer Lee/Yianni D/Gable Steveson generation and obviously 5 of the above guys are still active, but I feel pretty good about that list as of today.
I think I'd still have Lee Kemp above Snyder, but no real complaints there. For me, Burroughs above Baumgartner and maybe Smith if he gets another, because this ERA, at his weight, has been amazing. He's beaten some freaking hammers over years(pour one out for poor Sadegh Goudarzi, 3 straight finals and 3 losses, to Burroughs and Tsargush) and has won titles in 3 different Olympic quads.
Baumgartner won titles in 4 quads and has just as many gold medals, 4 more silvers and 2 more bronze. Just one more DNP. One less college NC.
13 world medals is actually ridiculous. 2 Olympic golds, 1 olympic silver, 1 olympic bronze. Burroughs only has one olympic medal. That's the difference for me, even if '84 was kinda a freebie.
Yeah, can't really count '84 as a serious criteria. Be like a world championship of American Football if we weren't there.
Baumgartner's career is certainly ridiculous and without comparison on the longevity/consistency front, I'm just partial to guys in the post-USSR world, where the sport got like infinity deeper. Half the 10 best teams in the world are former Soviet SR's. But, I'm not going to argue too hard. Baumgartner is the man, taking that beating at HWT for 20 years is insane
Seems like a good addition for Tech
Very nice addition. Wonder why it didn't work out at Northwestern.
Think I might try to follow some of the non collegiate wrestling going on this summer. Is most everything streamed on Flo? How much is their service?
Matt Parker transferring to PSU from Lehigh. He presumably will be the 125.
Think it's $125 for the year.
Flo is really your best bet. It's crazy the amount of content you get for that price.
Most notably they will be carrying the US Open next week, then BTS, Last Chance Qualifier, senior WTT, and final X.
I think they also have Cadet/U23 trials, not sure about juniors.
Meanwhile Trackwrestling is charging 20-30 bucks to watch one tournament. It's bonkers.
edit: I will note that they do not currently own the rights for cadet/jr/sr worlds. You'll have to shell out to watch those.
For these If you use a VPN and set your location to Switzerland you can stream for free on the UWW website
I shared this during worlds last year. Pay attention.
Was hoping I could do a month or two. Looks like it’s $150/year.
They must have bumped up the cost, it's been 125.
150 is still a steal.
The amount of content you get for that money versus any other wrestling site is absurd.
If you're ggcd and want all their radio shows and random wrestlers, it's a steal.
I have it and not sure, absolutely want some of the major events but don't think I've used it in 4-5 months besides looking at rankings.
Really hope these qualifiers deliver.
FYI you can do the VPN as Switzerland to get pan ams free on UWW website
i have no idea how JB just pulled off that takedown again gomez with .6 seconds wow
Was the competition poor? Seems like JB had the only close match.