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Wrestling recruiting class rankings for 2018/19 - NU #5, List of CHAMPIONs

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    INTERMAT released the 2018 College wrestling Recruiting rankings for 2018. NU #5.
    Five B1G teams in the Top 10.
    https://intermatwrestle.com/articles/20127

    Nebraska rounds out the top five with three top 35 recruits.

    1. Penn State
    2. Ohio State
    3. North Carolina State
    4. Minnesota
    5. Nebraska
    6. Michigan
    7. Stanford
    8. Missouri
    9. North Carolina
    10. Princeton
    11. Iowa State
    12. Rutgers
    13. Iowa
    14. Oklahoma
    15. Okahoma State
    16. Wisconsin
    17. Northwestern
    18. Drexel
    19. Northern Iowa
    20. Cornell
    21. Army West Point
    22. Rider
    23. SIU Edwardsville
    24. Penn
    25. Lehigh

    Honorable mention: Arizona State, Harvard, Pitt, South Dakota State, Virginia

    12-05-17 Nebraska Josh Mason Blue Mountain PA 133
    04-24-18 Nebraska Zeke Moisey Bethlehem Catholic (via West Virginia) PA 125 Two-time All-American and 2015 NCAA runner-up [Graduate transfer]
    05-23-17 Nebraska Alex Thomsen Underwood IA 133/141 [#6]
    04-23-18 Nebraska Peyton Robb Owatonna MN 165/174 [#2]
    11-02-17 Nebraska Brock Hardy Box Elder UT 149/157 [#3]
    10-22-17 Nebraska Jake Silverstein Hauppauge NY 149/157
    05-01-18 Nebraska Austin Emerson Bedford MI 285
    11-01-17 Nebraska Jevon Parrish Olathe North KS 141/149
    01-03-18 Nebraska Anthony Gaona St. Thomas Aquinas KS 197
     
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    Zeke Moisey, Nebraska – 133 LBS (Previous school West Virginia)

    After Sammie Henson was not retained as head coach, Zeke Moisey explored his options for his final season of eligibility. Moisey, the 2015 NCAA runner-up, will head to Nebraska and join former high school teammate Mike Labriola in Lincoln. Zeke earned All-American honors this year after coming up short in 2016 and redshirting 2017.

    https://news.theopenmat.com/blog/2018/05/09/ten/
     
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    Nice good stuff Bean.
    4 of the 5 B1G teams are in the top 5, hopefully we and others can close the gap and give Penn State a run; although they have #1 class. They develope them well there too, bigger the stage the better they seem to be.
     
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    http://journalstar.com/sports/huskers/wrestling/husker-wrestling-team-finalizes-signing-class/article_7d605c1b-02f8-5555-9e69-2d93171065eb.html

    The Huskers announced the signings of six prep wrestlers: Anthony Gaona (Overland Park, Kansas), Valentine's Jordan Kelber, Josh Mason (Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania), Jevon Parrish (Olathe, Kansas), Peyton Robb (Owatonna, Minnesota) and Brandyn Van Tassell (Spanish Fork, Utah). The spring signing group also included two transfers in Zeke Moisey from West Virginia, a two-time All-American and 2015 NCAA runner-up, and Christian Lance from Fort Hays State. Moisey will be eligible immediately as a graduate transfer.

    Kelber was a three-time Class C state champion at Valentine and is the son of Nebraska national champion wrestler and former NU assistant coach Jason Kelber, who won the 126-pound NCAA title in 1991 and was a three-time All-American. Robb is a three-time Minnesota state champion, Parrish is a two-time Kansas state champion and Van Tassell is a two-time Utah state champion.

    Brock Hardy (Brigham City, Utah), Jake Silverstein (Smithtown, New York) and Alex Thomsen (Neola, Iowa) signed during the November period. Thomsen is a one of the most accomplished prep wrestlers in Iowa history as a four-time state champion with a 190-1 career prep record. Hardy is a four-time state champion and, along with Van Tassell, will join the Huskers in 2020 after two-year Mormon missions.
     
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    http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211717609 [3 June 2018]

    Five Huskers Place Third at U23 Trials, 4 will be wrestling for NU next year:

    "...rising senior Tyler Berger (70 kg/154 pounds), sophomore Taylor Venz (86 kg/190 pounds), sophomore Eric Schultz (92 kg/202 pounds) and junior David Jensen (125 kg/276 pounds) each took home third-place honors at the tournament after emerging victorious in third-place matches."

    If we stay healthy it should be one of our best years this coming fall.:nod::Woohoo2:


    BGR
     
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    TOM’s Class of 2018 Recruiting Rankings
    https://news.theopenmat.com/blog/2018/05/17/toms-class-of-2018-recruiting-rankings/

    7) Nebraska


    #1 at 160 Peyton Robb (Owatonna, MN) 165
    #2 at 145 Brock Hardy (Box Elder, UT) 149
    #7 at 126 Alex Thomsen (Underwood, IA) 133
    #19 at 285 Austin Emerson (Temperance, MI) 285
    –Transfer Zeke Moisey (West Virginia) 125
    Anthony Gaona (St. Thomas Aquinas, KS) 197
    Jordan Kelber (Valentine, NE) 133
    Josh Mason (Blue Mountain, PA) 133
    Jevon Parrish (Olathe North, KS) 141
    Jake Silverstein (Hauppague, NY) 157
    Brandyn Van Tassell (Maple Mountain, UT) 184

    2017 Ranking: #7

    The Cornhuskers had put together an outstanding recruiting class, however probably out of the top ten, until the spring hit. Peyton Robb, the top-ranked 160 lber in the nation, de-committed from South Dakota State after Chris Bono left and had signed with Nebraska. Austin Emerson originally signed with Eastern Michigan but needed to look elsewhere after their program was dropped. 2015 NCAA runner-up and two-time All-American Zeke Moisey transferred out of West Virginia after Sammie Henson was let go. Moisey fills a massive need at 125. A pair of four-time state champions signed with head coach Mark Manning early, they are Utah’s Brock Hardy and Iowa’s Alex Thomsen. Hardy will join the Huskers after taking a two-year mission. New York state champion Jake Silverstein should redshirt then attempt to replace All-American Tyler Berger at 157.
     
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    2018-19 Preseason college individual wrestling rankings are out. NU rankings below:
    https://news.theopenmat.com/category/college-rankings

    #7....125.. Zeke Moisey..... Nebraska.. Sr.
    #6....141.. Chad Red........ Nebraska.. So.
    #5....157.. Tyler Berger.... Nebraska.. .Sr
    #9....165.. Isaiah White.... Nebraska.. Jr.
    #11..174...Mike Labriola... Nebraska.. Fr.
    #3...184...Taylor Venz......Nebraska...So.
    #14..195...Eric Schultz.....Nebraska...So.

    For W-L record see further up in this thread.

    We have someone ranked in each class except 133, 149, 285.
     
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    Some notable men to watch: TRULY a list of CHAMPIONS!!
    http://www.huskers.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&SPID=28&SPSID=61&DB_OEM_ID=100

    Excellent recruiting by Coach Manning and staff!:Mfclap:

    Alex Thomsen...125...Fr
    • Four-time Iowa Class 1A state champion; 190-1 record in high school
    • Was the sixth-ranked 126-pounder in the Class of 2018 by InterMat
    • Rated the seventh-best 126 pounder in the nation in the Class of 2018 by FloWrestling
    Jordan Kelber....133...Fr
    • Three-time Nebraska state champion with a 149-12 record at Valentine High School in Valentine, Neb
    • Son of Nebraska national champion wrestler and former NU Assistant Coach (1997-2000) Jason Kelber, who won he 126-pound NCAA title in 1991.
    Christian Miller....133...RFr
    • Posted a 169-2 record on the way to four Nebraska Championships
    Jevon Parish...133....Fr
    • Ended his prep career with a 173-21, winning state titles in his junior and senior seasons at Olathe North HS
    Tucker Sjomeling....133...RFr
    • Three-time state champion; five-time state qualifier at Delano High School in Delano, Minn
    Chad Red Jr.....141....So.

    2018-19 (Sophomore) NCAA Championships – 8th - 141 pounds
    2017-18 (Redshirt Freshman) NCAA Championships – 7th - 141 pounds

    • Four-time state champion
    • 183-0 career record
    • Won state at 132 pounds as a senior after winning at 126 in 2015, 120 in 2014 and 106 in 2013
    • Won the 2015 FloNationals crown (126)
    Jordan Shearer.....149...Jr
    • First in North Dakota history to win six state titles -West Fargo HS
    • Holds state record for wins (259)
    Tyler Berger......157....Sr......
    Wrestled at Crook County High School in Prineville, Ore.
    • 2nd Place (4-1 record) at NCAA Championships (2019)
    • 2nd Place (2-1 record) at Big Ten Championships (2019)
    • Three-Time NCAA All-American (5th, 157, 2017; 3rd, 157, 2018; 2nd, 2019)
    • Four-Time NCAA Championships Qualifier (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
    • Career record of 198-3
    • Four-time state champion
    • Oregon Athlete of the Year (2013)
    • Ranked No. 6 at 152 pounds nationally among recruits by InterMat
    • Won the 2013 Freak Show Tournament (148)
    • Two-time FloNationals champion
    Zemua Baptista....157...SO
    • Compiled a 184-4 record in high school, winning three Nebraska state championships-Friend Neb.
    Caleb Licking.....157....SO
    • Norfolk High School 161-22 career record
    • 4 time state qualifier 2 time state champion
    Peyton Robb....157...Fr
    • Was his school’s first three-time state champion and racked up a combined 155-6 record in Owatonna High School in Owatonna, Minnesota.
    • Was the second-ranked 160-pounder and the No. 26 pound-for-pound wrestler in the Class of 2018 according to InterMat
    • Was FloWrestling’s seventh-ranked wrestler at 160 pounds in the Class of 2018.
    Jake Siverstein.....157.....Fr
    • Wrapped up his prep career with the NYSPHSAA Division I state championship at 160 pounds to cap a 39-2 season as a senior in 2018
    • Went a combined 79-4 during his junior and senior seasons, and was a three-time state finalist and four-time state qualifier
    Luke Weber.....157...SO
    • Wrestled at Forsyth High School in Forsyth, Mont.
    • 212-5 career record with 174 career pins-4 time state champion
    • Set the Montana state record for career wins (212) and pins (174)
    • Set the Montana state record for season wins (58) and pins (50)
    Johnny Blankenship....165....SO
    • Ranked 13th nationally at 160 pounds in the FloRankings
    • Two-time state champion; three-time state finalist, Platte City, Mo.
    Dustin Williams.....165...Sr
    • Wrestled at Gardner Edgerton High School in Gardner, Kan.
    • Three-time state champion (undefeated during last two seasons)
    • 155-11 career record
    • Won the Rocky Mountain Nationals title (170)
    Isaiah White.....165....Jr
    • 5th at 2019 NCAA Div 1 National Championship
    • Won the 2017 NCAA Division II national championship at 165 pounds
    • Won state at 160 pounds as a senior
    • Won state at 152 pounds as a junior
    • Won state at 138 pounds as a sophomore
    • Won 2014 Fargo Junior Freestyle national title at 145 pounds
    Mikey Labriola....So....174
    2018-19 (Redshirt Freshman) NCAA Championships – 6th – 174 pounds
    • Ranked fifth nationally in the FloWrestling Class of 2017 Big Board
    • Top-ranked wrestler at 170 pounds in the FloRankings and InterMat rankings
    • Racked up 166 career victories in high school
    • Went 44-0 en route to the 2017 Pennsylvania state championship at 170 pounds
    • Named 2017 Morning Call All-Area Wrestler of the Year
    • Won the 2016 Pennsylvania state championship at 170 pounds
    Taylor Venz.....184.....So
    • NCAA All-American (4th, 184, 2018)
    • Won the AAA state title in 2013 and 2016.....Farmington High School in Farmington, Minn.
    Anthony Ganoa.....197....Fr
    • 2017 state champion in freestyle and Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Kansas State Championships at 220 pounds
    Colton Wolfe....197...RFr
    • Wrestled at Columbus High School in Columbus, Neb. for Coach Adam Keiswetter
    • Posted a 170-2 career record in high school with 107 career pins
    • Three-time Nebraska state champion; four-time state finalist
    Eric Schultz.....197....So....Tinley Park, Ill.
    • Won the 2016 state title
    • Ranked fourth at 197 pounds by FloRankings (No. 26 in overall class ranking)
    • Won the 2015 Illinois Freestyle title (195)
    • Won the 2015 Illinois Greco-Roman title (195)
    • Won the 2015 TOA Dominate in the Dells (195)
    Austin Emerson....285....Fr
    • State champion and two-time state finalist with a 144-22 overall record
    • Sixth-ranked heavyweight in the Class of 2018, according to FloWrestling
    • InterMat ranked Emerson as the No. 11 wrestler at 285 pounds in the Class of 2018
    • Bedford High School in Temperance, Michigan,
    Patrick Grayson....285...Jr
    • Wrestled at Colonial Forge High School in Stafford, Va.
    • Two-time state champion, 133-30 career record
    Wyatt Wriedt.....285...RFr.......[Injured, no longer on roster]
    • Wrestled at North Scott High School in Eldridge, Iowa, under Coach Drew Kelly
    • 56th-ranked wrestler in the nation in the FloWrestling Class of 2017 Big Board
    • Seventh-ranked 220-pounder in the Class of 2017 according to FloWrestling
    • First two-time state champion in school’s history
    Christian Lance.....285....Jr
    • Wrestled three seasons, including a redshirt year, at Fort Hays State, and went 54-14 combined in his freshman and sophomore season
    • Won the 2015 MSHSAA Class 4 state title at 220 pounds to cap a 56-1 senior season
    • 2015 Missouri Southwest Wrestler of the Year
    Tanner Farmer......285....Sr
    • Won two Class 2A state titles at 285 pounds
    • Was a standout on the offensive line for the football team
     
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    Reserves who competed:
    http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211780471
    Grand View Open – Nov. 10, 2018
    Des Moines, Iowa – Southeast Polk High School

    How the HS Champions did;

    125: Alex Thomsen – 1st (3-0)
    149: Zemua Baptista – 5th (4-2)
    157: Caleb Licking – DNP (3-2)
    157: Peyton Robb – DNP (4-2)
    157: Jake Silverstein – DNP (1-2)
    165: Dalton Peters – 3rd (4-1)
    197: Anthony Gaona – DNP (1-2)
    197: Cade Svoboda– DNP (1-2)
    HWT: Austin Emerson – 3rd (4-1)
     
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    UNK Holiday Inn Open – Nov. 17, 2018
    Kearney, Neb. – Buffalo County Fairgrounds

    Freshmen Alex Thomsen (125) and Peyton Robb (157), who competed unattached, each took home titles in their weight classes, combining to go 8-0 with four wins by bonus points. Thomsen won his bracket in the Grand View Open on Nov. 10, as well.

    125: Alex Thomsen (Unattached) – 1st (4-0)
    133: Jordan Kelber (Unattached) – DNP (0-2)
    133: Jevon Parrish (Unattached) – 2nd (4-1)
    149: Zemua Baptista – 3rd (4-1)
    157: Caleb Licking – 6th (3-3)
    157: Peyton Robb (Unattached) – 1st (4-0)
    165: Johnny Blankenship – 3rd (5-1)
    184: Colton Wolfe – 5th (3-2)
    197: Anthony Gaona (Unattached) – DNP (3-2)
    197: Cade Svoboda– DNP (0-2)
    HWT: Austin Emerson (Unattached) – 2nd (2-1)
     
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    2019 Recruiting class signers - List of Champions continues:

    Isaiah Alford: Lincoln HS; undefeated (44-0) and was the Class A state champion last year at 170 pounds

    Kevon Davenport; No. 4 overall prospect at 149 in the class of 2019 according to FloWrestling, Detroit CC Michigan; The three-time state champion has also finished 3rd at Cadet World Team Trials and won the 2017 Cadet Fargo Greco-Roman Championship. He was the 2017 Cadet Fargo Freestyle Runner-up. He’s won individual state championships at 119, 130 and 145 pounds

    Tyler Deen, Buchanan California; 141; Junior freestyle All-American in 2017. He spent one year at Rancho Rio High School in Rancho Rio, N.M., winning a state championship there before placing at 132-pounds in last year’s California State Championships.

    John Henrich, Akron-Westfield Iowa; 165; He’s a two-time state champion at Akron-Westfield High School. He holds an unblemished record in his time at Akron-Westfield. He went 43-0 his sophomore year and 44-0 in his junior year. Henrich ranks as the No. 17 wrestler in the 2019 Intermat High School Rankings.

    Ridge Lovett, Post Falls Idaho; 133; No. 3 overall prospect in the class of 2019. Held a 129-0 record in high school entering his senior year and is a three-time 5A state champion. Last summer, he won the national championship in Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Junior National championships in Fargo, N.D. He also won the national title at Junior Folkstyle Nationals.

    Bubba Wilson, Manhattan Kansas, 157; won a state championship at MHS last season. He also earned a state title during the Freestyle and Greco-Roman season this past summer. FloWrestling has Wilson ranked as the No. 11 high school wrestler in the country at 152-pounds.

    Silas Allred.......... Shenandoah Indiana...197... 2020.....#7
    Kevon Davenport....Detroit CC Michigan ...149... 2019.....#4
    Tyler Deen ...........Buchanan California ...141... 2019
    John Henrich........ Akron-Westfield Iowa ..165.. 2019.....#17
    Ridge Lovett........ Post Falls Idaho...........133.. 2019.....#3
    Dominick Serrano... Windsor Colorado .......133.. 2020......#9
    Duwayne Villalpando. Maize Kansas........... 174.. 2020.....#18
    Bubba Wilson......... Manhattan Kansas...... 157 ...2019....#11
    Isaiah Alford...........Lincoln High NE......165/174....2019...#12
     
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    More Reserves doing well:
    http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211785846

    Hastings Cusatis Open – Jan. 5, 2019
    Hastings, Neb. - Lynn Farrell Arena


    133: Jevon Parrish (Unattached) – 1st (3-0)
    133: Jordan Kelber (Unattached) – DNP (1-2)
    149: Zemua Baptista – 1st (4-0)
    157: Peyton Robb (Unattached) – 1st (5-0)

    165: Johnny Blankenship – 2nd (3-1)
    165: Dalton Peters – 3rd (5-1)
    184: Colton Wolfe (Unattached) – 4th (3-2)
    197: Anthony Gaona (Unattached) – 1st (4-0)
    197: Cade Svoboda – DNP (1-2)
    HWT: Austin Emerson (Unattached) – 2nd (4-1)
    HWT: Patrick Grayson – 1st (5-0)
    HWT: Christian Lance (Unattached) – 3rd (5-1)
     
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    What were NUs 2019 All Americans ranked in H.S.?
    http://intermatwrestle.com/articles/21741
    141:
    1. Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) -- No. 2 in Class of 2017
    2. Joey McKenna (Ohio State) -- No. 8 in Class of 2014
    3. Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) -- No. 52 in Class of 2015
    4. Dominick Demas (Oklahoma) -- No. 44 in Class of 2017
    5. Nick Lee (Penn State) -- No. 5 in Class of 2017
    6. Mitch McKee (Minnesota) -- No. 20 in Class of 2016
    7. Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven) -- NR in Class of 2015
    8. Chad Red (Nebraska) -- No. 5 in Class of 2016
    157:
    1. Jason Nolf (Penn State) -- No. 7 in Class of 2014
    2. Tyler Berger (Nebraska) -- No. 29 in Class of 2014
    3. Alec Pantaleo (Michigan) -- NR in Class of 2014
    4. Hayden Hidlay (North Carolina State) -- No. 13 in Class of 2016
    5. Kaleb Young (Iowa) -- No. 26 in Class of 2016
    6. Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) -- No. 95 in Class of 2016
    7. Christian Pagdilao (Arizona State) -- No. 67 in Class of 2013
    8. Larry Early (Old Dominion) -- No. 42 in Class of 2015
    165:
    1. Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) -- No. 46 in Class of 2017
    2. Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State) -- No. 7 in Class of 2015
    3. Chance Marsteller (Lock Haven) -- No. 2 in Class of 2014
    4. Evan Wick (Wisconsin) -- No. 39 in Class of 2016
    5. Isaiah White (Nebraska) -- No. 4 in Class of 2016
    6. Josh Shields (Arizona State) -- No. 29 in Class of 2015
    7. Alex Marinelli (Iowa) -- No. 3 in Class of 2016
    8. Bryce Steiert (Northern Iowa) -- No. 27 in Class of 2015
    174:
    1. Zahid Valencia (Arizona State) -- No. 3 in Class of 2015
    2. Mark Hall (Penn State) -- No. 1 in Class of 2016
    3. Myles Amine (Michigan) -- No. 40 in Class of 2015
    4. Daniel Lewis (Missouri) -- No. 34 in Class of 2014
    5. David McFadden (Virginia Tech) -- No. 12 in Class of 2015
    6. Michael Labriola (Nebraska) -- No. 9 in Class of 2017
    7. Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) -- No. 21 in Class of 2015
    8. Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) -- No. 84 in Class of 2015

    All-Americans by final grade rank:
    Top 10 = 25 (of the 80 total)
    Top 20 = 35
    Top 30 = 45
    Top 50 = 54
    Top 100 = 67
    Not in Top 100 = 13 (3 were ranked in weight class, 9 not ranked at all, 1 was from Canada)
     
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