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NCAA Division One Rankings, Christmas Time Edition (12-27-19)

125 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Fabian Gutierrez knocks off a surging Joey Prata. Fabian has now beaten Prata as well as bubble-guys Korbin Meink (CAMP) and Trey Chalifoux (ARMY), but with losses to Sam Latona (a V-Tech redshirt) and Justin Cardani, he will only be capped at #24 for now.

Prata gets bumped below Nico Aguilar, who beat him earlier in the year, and right above Brandon Courtney, who he outplaced at CKLV. 

Korbin Meink, Trey Chalifoux and Eric Barnett are all on the verge of being ranked,  coming in 34-36. Nice holiday weekends will possibly see them finally enter the ranks. 

  1. Spencer Lee (Iowa) [1]
  2. Jack Mueller (Virginia) [2]
  3. Pat Glory (Princeton) [3]
  4. Nick Piccininni (Ok. State) [4]
  5. Devin Schroder (Purdue) [5]
  6. Brandon Paetzell (Lehigh) [6]
  7. Brock Hudkins (Indiana) [7]
  8. Drew Hildebrandt (Central Michigan) [8]
  9. Michael DeAugustino (Northwestern) [9]
  10. Alex Mackall (Iowa State) [11]
  11. Killian Cardinale (Old Dominion) [12]
  12. Nico Aguilar (Rutgers) [16]
  13. Joey Prata (Virginia Tech) [10]
  14. Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) [13]
  15. Jacob Schwarm (Northern Iowa) [14]
  16. Gabe Townsell (Stanford) [15]
  17. Michael Colaiocco (Penn) [17]
  18. Sidney Flores (Air Force) [18]
  19. Pat McKee (Minnesota) [19]
  20. Alex Thomsen (Nebraska) [20]
  21. Malik Heinselman (Ohio State) [21]
  22. Jace Koelzer (Northern Colorado) [22]
  23. Cole Verner (Wyoming) [23]
  24. Fabian Gutierrez (Chattanooga) [33]
  25. Brody Teske (Penn State) [24]
  26. Jack Medley (Michigan) [25]
  27. Jakob Camacho (NC State) [26]
  28. Gage Curry (American) [27]
  29. Danny Vega (SD State) [28]
  30. Joe Manchio (Columbia) [29]
  31. Jon Tropea (Rider) [30]
  32. Justin Cardani (Illinois) [32]
  33. Bryce West (Northern Illinois) [31]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

133 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

An emerging Ridge Lovett is cooled down after Devan Turner turns the sprinklers on. Turner is a guy who many thought of as “alright” at the beginning of the year. I’m telling you right now that he could be a problem for many this season and beyond. His worst loss is to Rooney in OT, but Turner has also beaten him this year, too. His other losses are to Lamont (2-1) and Bridges (4-2). He keeps it close with the best; so, instead of punishing Lovett too much, I’m bringing Turner up to #14.

Jamie Hernandez (UNC) recently took a loss to ex-NCAA Qualifier (125 lbs.) Paul Bianchi (Little Rock). 

After Jamie beat RBY at Junior Trials this summer, I thought he could content for a spot on the AA stand. I personally still believe he has it in him, but for now he will be taken out of the rankings. He also has a loss to Codi Russell of App. State weighing him down, while his best win is over Austin Assad of Michigan. 

Assad is also reevaluated and removed; he has no significant wins and a loss to Brock Bergelin of Central Michigan.

Jarrett Trombley and Jack Skudzlarcyk slide into the Top 33 as a result of Jamie and Assad exiting.

  1. Austin Desanto (Iowa) [1]
  2. Seth Gross (Wisconsin) [2]
  3. Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State) [3]
  4. Mickey Phillipi (Pittsburgh) [4]
  5. Sebastian Rivera (Northwestern) [5]
  6. Cam Sykora (ND State) [6]
  7. Chaz Tucker (Cornell) [7]
  8. Montorie Bridges (Wyoming) [8]
  9. Travis Piotrowski (Illinois) [9]
  10. Noah Gonser (Campbell) [10]
  11. Josh Kramer (Arizona State) [11]
  12. Taylor Lamont (Utah Valley) [13]
  13. Derek Spann (Buffalo) [14]
  14. Devan Turner (Oregon State) [28]
  15. Ridge Lovett (Nebraska) [12]
  16. Mosha Schwartz (Northern Colorado) [16]
  17. Todd Small (Iowa State) [17]
  18. Quinn Kinner or Dylan Koontz (Ohio State) [15]
  19. Allan Hart (Missouri) [18]
  20. Louie Hayes (Virginia) [20]
  21. Nick Farro (Lehigh) [21]
  22. Sammy Alvarez (Rutgers) [22]
  23. Reece Witcraft (OK State) [23]
  24. Anthony Madrigal (Oklahoma) [24]
  25. Collin Gerardi (Virginia Tech) [25]
  26. Tim Rooney (Kent State) [26]
  27. Zach Trampe (Binghamton) [27]
  28. Tye Varndell (Edinboro) [29]
  29. Mario Guillen (Ohio) [30]
  30. Garrett Pepple or Jacob Spiess (Michigan State) [32]
  31. DJ Fehlman (Lock Haven) [33]
  32. Jarrett Trombley (NC State) [NR]
  33. Jack Skudzlarcyk (Northern Iowa) [NR]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

141 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Nick. Lee. I know it was freestyle, but are you telling me you wouldn’t rank Jaydin Eierman or Frank Molinaro #1 at this weight (or even Ethan Lizak, to a point)?

I try to base my rankings off of absolute skill and not more “superficial” items, such as style of wrestling (necessarily). If it were Greco it would be one thing, but the fact of the matter is, Nick Lee looked amazing on his feet this weekend at Senior Nationals, taking down the aforementioned wrestlers numerous times. I also do not think his mat wrestling is going to be a problem against the others here.  Alas, I am projecting him as the 2020 NCAA Champ… for now.  

Also of note, Gfeller (OK State) is removed (inactivity). Matt Kazimir of Columbia is noticed. He is 14-1 on the year with great wins over Shie and Profaci, amongst others (his lone loss is to DJ Lloren).

  1. Nick Lee (Penn State) [4]
  2. Luke Pletcher (Ohio State) [1]
  3. Mitch McKee (Minnesota) [2]
  4. Dom Demas (Oklahoma) [3]
  5. Real Woods (Stanford) [6]
  6. Ian Parker (Iowa State) [8]
  7. Chad Red (Nebraska) [9]
  8. Max Murin (Iowa) [7]
  9. Tristan Moran (Wisconsin) [10]
  10. Grant Leeth (Missouri) [11]
  11. Josh Heil (Campbell) [12]
  12. Michael Blockhus (Northern Iowa) [13]
  13. Tariq Wilson (NC State) [14]
  14. Sa’Derian Perry (Old Dominion) [15]
  15. Mitch Moore (Virginia Tech) [16]
  16. Evan Cheek (Cleveland State) [17]
  17. Dresdon Simon (Central Michigan) [18]
  18. Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven) [19]
  19. Corey Shie (Army) [20]
  20. DJ Lloren (Fresno State) [21]
  21. Zach Sherman (North Carolina) [22]
  22. JoJo Aragona (Rutgers) [23]
  23. Cole Matthews (Pittsburgh) [24]
  24. Cole Mattin (Michigan) [25]
  25. Parker Filius (Purdue) [26]
  26. Shakur Laney (Ohio) [27]
  27. Dylan Duncan (Illinois) [28]
  28. Matt Kazimir (Columbia) [NR]
  29. Sal Profaci (American) [29]
  30. Alex Madrigal (George Mason) [30]
  31. Noah Baughman (Cornell) [32]
  32. Grant Willits (Oregon State) [31]
  33. Chris Sandoval (Northern Colorado) [33]DJ

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

149 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

The only change this week includes a reevaluation of Kizhan Clarke, who is 18-0 and has a win over PJ Ogunsanya. Ogunsanya beat Cole Martin this year himself. Hence, Kizhan slides above of Martin on virtue of the “common opponent law”.

  1. Ausin O’Connor (North Carolina) [1]
  2. Brayton Lee (Minnesota) [2]
  3. Sammy Sasso (Ohio State) [3]
  4. Brock Mauller (Missouri) [4]
  5. Boo Lewallen (OK State) [5]
  6. Paticio Lugo (Iowa) [6]
  7. Yahya Thomas (Northwestern) [7]
  8. Griffin Parriot (Purdue) [8]
  9. Brock Zacherl (Clarion) [9]
  10. Max Thomsen (Northern Iowa) [10]
  11. Jarret Degen (Iowa State) [11]
  12. Collin Purinton (Nebraska) [12]
  13. Kizhan Clarke (American) [15]
  14. Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado) [13]
  15. Cole Martin (Wisconsin) [14]
  16. Requir van der Merwe (Stanford) [16]
  17. Mike D’Angelo (Princeton) [17]
  18. Russell Rohlfing (Cal State Bakersfield) [18]
  19. Ben Lamantia (Michigan) [19]
  20. Greg Gaxiola (Fresno State) [20]
  21. Jaron Jensen (Wyoming) [21]
  22. Daxton Gordon (Oregon State) [22]
  23. Brent Moore or Bryce Andonian (Virginia Tech) [23]
  24. Jimmy Hoffman (Lehigh) [24]
  25. Josh Maruca (Arizona State) [25]
  26. Jared Verkleeren (Penn State) [26]
  27. Denton Spencer (Virginia) [27]
  28. Hank Pohlmeyer (SD State) [28]
  29. Tanner Smith (Chattanooga) [29]
  30. Alec Hagan (Ohio) [30]
  31. Gerard Angelo (Rutgers) [31]
  32. PJ Ogunsanya (Army) [32]
  33. Mason Smith (Campbell) [33]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

157 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Quincy Monday is on fire. His last 2 wins are over Kaleb Young and Dellavechia (aka DV). That last win, a dominant 13-7 win, avenges his only loss of the year (4-2 to DV). I originally thought the win over Young was flukey, but I’m starting to believe Monday is a legit threat in March… if not more.

Here’s a lot more on the latest 157 pound rankings… so much action this week, so buckle up! 

Here’s something interesting: right after Larry Early drops an astonishing one to Justin Ruffin (3-1 in TB-1), Kendall Coleman (aka KC Stampede) demolishes Ruffin… 14-2!!! As a result of that, I’m slotting KC right above Early. KC has been one of the hottest emerging wrestlers of the 2019-20 season. His amazing wins include Artalona, Lewan, Thomas, McCoy, Barone, Carson, Ruffin, and so many more. WOW!

What to do with AC Headlee… A part of me wants to punish the ex-141 for his losses to MIZZ back-up Phyllip DeLoach and unrankable Tyler Eischens (STAN). However, I believe in rewarding wins more than anything. If we dock too much for bad losses, then the best wrestlers will just stop wrestling. So, I’m putting AC above of Lewan and Zovistoski, both of whom he has beaten this year.

Jahi Jones is a 5th year senior who has never started for the Terrapins before now. Well, it is never too late to shine. He has beaten Rahmani, Van Brill, and Parks – all very solid wrestlers. He is placed right below Justin McCoy, who he only lost to 7-6.

McCoy is reevaluated. He has beaten Jacori Teemer (as well as Jahi), and was beating Will Lewan solidly before Lewan withdrew in their match (due to injury).

Dewey Krueger (WYO) & Hunter Willits (Oreg. St) get removed from the rankings thanks to McCoy & Jahi.

  1. Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) [1]
  2. Hayden Hidlay (NC State) [2]
  3. David Carr (Iowa State) [3]
  4. Quincy Monday (Princeton) [8]
  5. Kaleb Young (Iowa) [4]
  6. Kendall Coleman (Purdue) [11]
  7. Larry Early (Old Dominion) [5]
  8. Jesse Dellavechia (Rider) [6]
  9. Brady Berge (Penn State) [7]
  10. Anthony Artalona (Penn) [9]
  11. Jarrett Jacques (Missouri) [10]
  12. AC Headlee (North Carolina) [27]
  13. Will Lewan (Michigan) [12]
  14. Matt Zovistoski (Appalachian State) [14]
  15. Justin Thomas (Oklahoma) [16]
  16. Jacob Wright (Fresno State) [17]
  17. Peyton Robb (Nebraska) [18]
  18. Justin McCoy (Virginia) [NR]
  19. Jacori Teemer (Arizona State) [19] 
  20. Jahi Jones (Maryland) [NR]
  21. Taleb Rahmani (Pittsburgh) [13]
  22. Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) [15]
  23. Luke Weiland (Army) [20]
  24. Eric Barone (Illinois) [21]
  25. Jacob Tucker (Michigan State) [22]
  26. Justin Ruffin (Southern Illinois – Edwardsville) [23]
  27. Logan Parks (Central Michigan) [30]
  28. Zac Carson (Ohio) [25]
  29. BC LaPrade (Virginia Tech) [26]
  30. Jared Franek (ND State) [28]
  31. Mike Van Brill (Rutgers) [29]
  32. Mason Kauffman (Northern Illinois) [31]
  33. Alex Klucker (Lock Haven) [24]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

165 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

There are no changes this week at 165, so let me ask this question again… Should Alex Marinelli be ranked number 1 in the nation right now? He is 2-0 vs. Vincenzo and seemingly has minor problems with him. He is also 4-1 against Evan Wick, taking all of the last 4 matches in their series. Additionally, his 2 losses at NCAA’s from last year are both gone: Mekhi Lewis is Olympic Redshirting, and Chance Marstellar has graduated. Wrestling fans… let me know! My contact info is below these rankings.

  1. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State) [1]
  2. Alex Marinelli (Iowa) [2]
  3. Evan Wick (Wisconsin) [3]
  4. Josh Shields (Arizona State) [4]
  5. Isaiah White (Nebraska) [5]
  6. David McFadden (Virginia Tech) [6]
  7. Shane Griffith (Stanford) [7]
  8. Ethan Smith (Ohio State) [8]
  9. Thomas Bullard (NC State) [9]
  10. Andrew Fogarty (ND State) [10]
  11. Jake Wentzel (Pittsburgh) [11]
  12. Zach Hartman (Bucknell) [12]
  13. Cael McCormick (Army) [13]
  14. Tanner Skidgel (Navy) [14]
  15. Quentin Perez (Campbell) [15]
  16. Kennedy Monday (North Carolina) [16]
  17. Travis Wittlake (OK State) [17]
  18. Ebed Jarrell (Drexel) [18]
  19. Troy Keller (Buffalo) [19]
  20. Nick Kiussis (West Virginia) [20]
  21. Emil Soehnlen (Purdue) [21]
  22. Chase Straw (Iowa State) [22]
  23. Shayne Oster (Northwestern) [23]
  24. Phillip Conigliario (Harvard) [24]
  25. Shane Jones (Old Dominion) [25]
  26. Danny Braunagel (Illinois) [26]
  27. Drew Hughes (Michigan State) [27]
  28. Luke Fortuna or Peyton Mocco (Missouri) [28]
  29. Randy Meneweather II (Air Force) [29]
  30. Bailee O’Reiley (Minnesota) [30]
  31. Dazjon Casto (The Citadel) [31]
  32. Cole Moody or Casey Randles (Wyoming) [32]
  33. Ricky Padilla (Fresno State) [33]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

174 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Jacob Covaciu and Ben Harvey both have their seasons evaluated once more, and both move up to spots I think are more conducive to their skill and results. Ben Harvey has a win over Hemauer and a loss to Covaciu, and I am minimizing Covaciu’s loss to Mantanona. 

Joseph Smith is removed (inactivity). Andrew Shomers slides in for the Cowboys at #29. 

Jacob Oliver falling out (after a loss to Anthony Lombardo of George Mason) allows Northern Colorado redshirt-freshman Billy Higgins to slide in. All of Higgins’ losses this year have been to highly-credentialed opponents (Hastings, Womack, and Hemauer). The same cannot be said about other contenders here.

With this said, Andrew McNally (Kent St.), Jacob Oliver (Edinboro), and Jared Siegrist (Lock Haven) patiently sit in spots 34-36.

  1. Mark Hall (Penn State) [1]
  2. Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) [2]
  3. Michael Kemerer (Iowa) [3]
  4. Dylan Lydy (Purdue) [4]
  5. Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa) [5]
  6. Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) [6]
  7. Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) [8]
  8. Anthony Valencia (Arizona State) [9]
  9. Kaleb Romero (Ohio State) [10]
  10. Joey Gunther (Illinois) [11]
  11. Conner Flynn or Jeremiah Kent (Missouri) [12]
  12. Joe Grello (Rutgers) [13]
  13. Kimball Bastian (Utah Valley) [14]
  14. Hayden Hastings (Wyoming) [15]
  15. Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) [16]
  16. Jacob Covaciu (Indiana) [22]
  17. Ben Harvey (Army) [23]
  18. Jackson Hemauer (Fresno State) [17]
  19. Daniel Bullard (NC State) [18]
  20. Brandon Womack (Cornell) [19]
  21. Anthony Mantanona (Oklahoma) [20]
  22. Gregg Harvey (Pittsburgh) [33]
  23. Phil Spadafora (Maryland) [21]
  24. Mason Eaglin (Duke) [24]
  25. Neal Richards (VMI) [25]
  26. Kevin Parker (Princeton) [30]
  27. Dean Sherry (Rider) [26]
  28. Spencer Carey (Navy) [27]
  29. Andrew Shomers (OK State) [NR]
  30. Layne Malczewski (Michigan State) [28]
  31. Tyler Morland (Northwestern) [29]
  32. Sage Heller (Hofstra) [31]
  33. Billy Higgins (Northern Colorado) [NR]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

184 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Noah Stewart, Jonny Sebastian and Trevor Allard all make mega-jumps in these Christmas rankings. Stewart is undefeated. Sebastian and Allard each only have one loss… both to Stewart. Sebastian has beaten Wilcke; Allard has beaten Embree, Hazel, and Walton. Impressive trio, to say the least.

Darrien Roberts (OK) is pushed out by George Walton stomping in. George Walton now has wins over Brit Wilson & Travis Stefanik.

Corey Hazel is checked out and placed below Andrew Morgan, who Hazel has lost to this year.

  1. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State) [1]
  2. Trent Hidlay (NC State) [2]
  3. Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech) [3]
  4. Taylor Lujan (Northern Iowa) [4]
  5. Taylor Venz (Nebraska) [5]
  6. Louie DePrez (Binghamton) [6]
  7. Ben Darmsdadt (Cornell) [7]
  8. Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) [8]
  9. Sammy Colbray (Iowa State) [9]
  10. Cash Wilcke (Iowa) [10]
  11. Aaron Brooks (Penn State) [11]
  12. Noah Stewart (Army) [24]
  13. Jonny Sebastian (Wisconsin) [25]
  14. Trevor Allard (Bloomsburg) [31]
  15. Tanner Harvey (American) [13]
  16. Chris Weiler (Lehigh) [12]
  17. Jelani Embree (Michigan) [16]
  18. Max Lyon (Purdue) [17]
  19. Cameron Caffey (Michigan State) [18]
  20. Andrew Morgan (Campbell) [19]
  21. Corey Hazel (Lock Haven) [14]
  22. Zach Carlson (SD State) [20]
  23. Owen Webster (Minnesota) [21]
  24. George Walton (Rider) [NR]
  25. Brit Wilson (Northern Illinois) [15]
  26. Travis Stefanik (Princeton) [22]
  27. Anthony Montalvo (OK State) [23] 
  28. Matt Waddell (Chattanooga) [26]
  29. Dylan Wisman or Canten Marriott (Missouri) [27]
  30. Alan Clothier (Northern Colorado) [33]
  31. Tate Samuelson (Wyoming) [28]
  32. Colt Doyle (Oregon State) [29]
  33. Zach Braunagel (Illinois) [30] 

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

197 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Welcome Jaron Smith and Hunter Ritter. Dom Ducharme (Cal State Bakersfield) and Kellan Stout (Pitt) fall out of the rankings as our new men enter. 

Jaron, like his teammate Jahi Jones at 157, is having a breakout year. He has beaten Pagano and Stout, amongst others. His TB-2 loss to Conel slots Jaron right below Conel at #25. His only other loss is to a very tough Jackson Striggow. 

Hunter Ritter is heading up to 197, as it seems Owen Webster has 184 on lockdown for the Golden Gophers. Ritter is a 2x NCAA Qualifier who took a year off after leaving Wisconsin. He has past wins over guys like Brunner, Schultz, Striggow, etc., but is having a rusty start so far. I project he is still trying to figure out his role being on a new team, but his wins tell me he has AA potential in him.

  1. Kollin Moore (Ohio State) [1]
  2. Jacob Warner (Iowa) [2]
  3. Pat Brucki (Princeton) [3]
  4. Dakota Geer (OK State) [4]
  5. Nick Reenan (NC State) [5]
  6. Nathan Traxler (Stanford) [6]
  7. Thomas Lane (Cal Poly) [7]
  8. Christian Brunner (Purdue) [8]
  9. Jake Woodley (Oklahoma) [9]
  10. Eric Schultz (Nebraska) [10]
  11. Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State) [11]
  12. Greg Bulsak (Clarion) [12]
  13. Tanner Orndorff (Utah Valley) [13]
  14. Tanner Sloan (SD State) [14]
  15. Jay Aiello (Virginia) [15]
  16. Noah Adams (West Virginia) [16]
  17. Ethan Laird (Rider) [17]
  18. Jordan Pagano (Rutgers) [18]
  19. Lucas Davison (Northwestern) [19]
  20. Jacob Seely (Northern Colorado) [20]
  21. Jake Jakobsen (Lehigh) [21]
  22. Alex Hopkins or JT Brown (Army) [22]
  23. Jackson Striggow (Michigan) [23]
  24. Kyle Conel (Penn State) [24]
  25. Jaron Smith (Maryland) [NR]
  26. Wyatt Koelling (Missouri) [25]
  27. Hunter Ritter (Minnesota) [NR]
  28. Drew Phipps (Bucknell) [26]
  29. Landon Pelham (Central Michigan) [27]
  30. Jonathan Loew (Cornell) [28]
  31. Joel Shapiro (Iowa State) [29]
  32. Gage Braun (Northern Illinois) [30]
  33. Sam Schuyler (Buffalo) [31]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

285 Pound Rankings - NCAA Division One

Two big dawgs (literally and metaphorically) enter the rankings at heavyweight. Returning 3rd place Gable Steveson rejoins the Gophers, claiming the #2 spot, right below returning champ Cassar. 197 pound AA Josh Hokit slots in at his new weight right above Matt Stencel, who he has once beaten.

Christopher Beck of VMI and Brandon Ngati of WVU also enter the heaviest ranks. Beck just wrestled his first meet of the year, but is 4-0 with wins over Ngati and Knighton-Ward. He is a smaller heavyweight, but we all know that sometimes the smaller ones are the best (Cassar, Snyder, etc.).

Brandon Ngati is having an interesting year.  Fun fact: he was actually just 3-21 two years ago for the WVU Mountaineers. He savagely improved and broke out big last year, punching a ticket to the big dance in March. This year has been mixed, but he did just beat Spaulding, Knighton-Ward, and Jordan Earnest (Ohio), who is close to being ranked himself.

Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra), Kayne Hutchison (Air Force), and Daniel Herman (Columbia) all fall out of the rankings thanks to Hokit, Beck, and Ngati (note: Gable simply replaced his bigger brother Bobby, who was previously ranked himself). 

  1. Anthony Cassar (Penn State) [1]
  2. Gable Steveson (Minnesota) [NR]
  3. Mason Parris (Michigan) [2]
  4. Anthony Cassioppi (Iowa) [3]
  5. Tanner Hall (Arizona State) [4]
  6. Chase Singletary (Ohio State) [5]
  7. Demetrius Thomas (Pittsburgh) [6]
  8. Trent Hillger (Wisconsin) [7]
  9. Tate Orndorff (Utah Valley) [8]
  10. Jordan Wood (Lehigh) [9]
  11. Jere Heino (Campbell) [10]
  12. Josh Hokit (Fresno State) [NR]
  13. Matt Stencel (Central Michigan) [11]
  14. Gannon Gremmel (Iowa State) [12]
  15. Carter Isley (Northern Iowa) [13]
  16. Christian Lance (Nebraska) [14]
  17. John Borst (Virginia Tech) [15]
  18. Cary Miller (Appalachian State) [16]
  19. Brian Andrews (Wyoming) [17]
  20. Brandon Metz (ND State) [18]
  21. Quinn Miller (Virginia) [19]
  22. Yaraslau Slavilouski (Harvard) [24]
  23. Thomas Penola (Purdue) [27]
  24. Colton McKiernan (Southern Illinois-Edwardsville) [20]
  25. Andrew Gunning (North Carolina) [21]
  26. Dalton Robertson (Northern Colorado) [22]
  27. Ben Sullivan (Army) [25]
  28. Zach Schrader (Cal Baptist) [26]
  29. Christopher Beck (VMI) [NR]
  30. Brandon Ngati (West Virginia) [NR]
  31. Jon Spaulding (Edinboro) [23]
  32. Brendan Furman (Cornell) [30]
  33. Joe Doyle (Binghamton) [31]

Wrestler’s name (team) [previous ranking].

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{ 1 comment… add one }
  • Jerry Stenulson December 27, 2019, 3:18 pm

    I don’t see any rankings on this page

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