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Nebraska Wrestling 2019-20 pre-season ranks: List of Champions

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Flow Wrestling has preseason wrestling rankings and NU has 7 ranked:
wrestle stat is close to Flo in the rankings except they have Peyton Robb at #29 [probably too low];
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List of champions on 2019-20 wrestling team: [30 State champions] :Shout:

Alex Thomsen
...125...RsFr.......NEOLA, IOWA UNDERWOOD
  • 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
Johnathon Ortegon.......125.......Fr..........Amarillo, Texas ....... Randall
  • Three-time state champion and All-American
  • Third place at the western regional in Las Vegas, winning every match by either tech. fall or pinfall after losing his first-round bout.
Jordan Kelber....133................RsFr.........VALENTINE, NEB. VALENTINE
  • 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................So.......PLAINVIEW, NEB. PLAINVIEW
  • Posted a 169-2 record on the way to four Nebraska Championships
Jevon Parish...133................So.......OLATHE, KAN. OLATHE NORTH
  • Ended his prep career with a 173-21, winning state titles in his junior and senior seasons at Olathe North HS
Tucker Sjomeling.................133...So......DELANO, MINN. DELANO .
  • Three-time state champion; five-time state qualifier at Delano High School in Delano, Minn
Zack Hensley.................133.......Jr.....................Iowa Central CC/St. James Academy .....Olathe, Kan.
  • NJCAA All-American (2017 at Iowa Central: 2nd)
  • NJCAA runner-up and NJCAA All-American at 133 pounds in 2017
    • Wrestled at St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan., under Coach Mike Medina
    • 150-23 career record
    • Won the 2015 Kansas state title at 132 pounds
Chad Red Jr............141........Jr..........INDIANAPOLIS, IND. NEW PALESTINE
2019-2020 (Jr) Third in B1G championship, First-Team All-American after compiling a 19-7
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)
Tyler Deen......141.......Fr............Clovis, Calif. Buchanan HS
  • First place at 2018 California State Championships (132)
Colliun Purinton.........149......Sr.......BANKS, ORE. BANKS
2019-2020 (Sr) Third in B1G championship, Second-Team All-American
  • Wrestled at Banks High School in Banks, Ore.
  • As a senior, he went 51-0 en route to the state title (132)
  • As a junior, he took runner-up honors at state (113)
  • As a sophomore, he won the state title (106)
  • Won the Cliff Keen USA Wrestling National Folkstyle Championships title (Junior 138)
  • Won the Flo Reno Worlds title (132)
Kevon Davenport......145......Fr.................Detroit Catholic Central., Pontiac, Mich
  • Three-time Michigan state champion
  • Won individual state championships at 119, 130 and 145 pounds past three years
  • No. 4 overall prospect at 149 in the class of 2019 according to FloWrestling
Ridge Lovett............149..............Fr..................Post Falls, Idaho, Post Falls HS
2019-2020 Honorable Mention All-American; 17-8 regular-season mark
Amateur Wrestling News magazine 2019-20 All-Rookie Team

  • No. 3 overall prospect in the class of 2019 in the FloWrestling recruiting rankings
  • 169-0 record in high school and was a four-time 5A state champion
  • Won the national championship in Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Junior National championships in Fargo, N.D.
Zemua Baptista.....................157...Jr.......FRIEND, NEB. IOWA STATE/FRIEND
  • Compiled a 184-4 record in high school, winning three Nebraska state championships-Friend Neb.
Caleb Licking.....................157....Jr.........NORFOLK, NEB. NORFOLK
  • Norfolk High School 161-22 career record
  • 4 time state qualifier 2 time state champion
Peyton Robb..................157...RsFr.......Owatonna High School in Owatonna, Minnesota,
2019-2020 (Fr) Third in B1G championship, Honorable Mention All-American
  • Outstanding Male Newcomer 2019-20 year, after helping the Husker wrestling team to an 11-3 record, a No. 4 national ranking and a Third place finish at the Big Ten Wrestling Championships.
  • Nebraska redshirt freshman Peyton Robb finished second in the 70 kg challenge tournament on Friday at the 2019 USA Wrestling Junior World Team Trials.
  • 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. #1 at 160 according to TOM.
  • Was FloWrestling’s seventh-ranked wrestler at 160 pounds in the Class of 2018.
  • School’s first three-time state champion and racked up a combined 155-6 record in high school
  • Capped his prep career with an undefeated 48-0 season and the MSHSL Class AAA title at 160 pounds as a senior in 2018
  • Won the Class AAA title at 120 pounds after going 29-3 as a sophomore in 2016
  • Won his first state title as a freshman in 2015, as he went 42-2 and won the Class AAA title at 106 pounds
  • Was the 2017 Minnesota junior state freestyle and Greco-Roman champion in 2017 at 160 pounds
  • Won both the Greco-Roman and freestyle brackets at 69 kg at the 2017 Pan-American Championships
Jake Silverstein........................157.....RsFr........SMITHTOWN, N.Y. HAUPPAUGE
  • 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
Bubba Wilson.........157............Fr..........................Manhattan, Kan., Manhattan HS
  • Won a state championship at MHS in 2019
  • Earned a state title during the Freestyle and Greco-Roman season this past summer
  • FloWrestling ranked him as the No. 11 high school wrestler in the country at 152 pounds
Johnny Blankenship...................165....Jr......PLATTE CITY, MO. PLATTE COUNTY
  • Ranked 13th nationally at 160 pounds in the FloRankings
  • Two-time state champion; three-time state finalist, Platte City, Mo.
Isaiah White......................165....Sr......CHICAGO, ILL. NOTRE DAME COLLEGE/OAK PARK AND RIVER FOREST
2019-2020 (Sr) Third in B1G championship, First-Team All-American after compiling a 20-4
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
John Henrich...............165.............Fr.................Akron, Iowa, Akron-Westfield
  • Three-time state champion at Akron-Westfield High School
  • Undefeated sophomore, junior and senior seasons
  • No. 7 wrestler in the 2018 IAWrestle Fab50 High School Rankings
Mikey Labriola....So....174.......EASTON, PA. BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC
2019-2020 Second-Team All-American
2018-19 NCAA Championships – 6th – 174 pounds as RsFr

  • 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
Isaiah Alford.............Fr......174..........Lincoln, Neb.,....Lincoln High
  • Junior year went undefeated 48-0 and was the Class A state champion at 170 pounds
  • Senior year went 49-1 en route to a second Class A state championship at 170 pounds
  • Two-time Nebraska Wrestler of the Year
  • 2019 Western Junior freestyle Champion at 170 lbs.
  • #12 ranked at 170 according to InterMat
Taylor Venz....................184.....Jr......FARMINGTON, MINN. FARMINGTON
2019-2020 (Jr) Third in B1G championship, First-Team All-American after compiling a 20-8
NCAA All-American (4th, 184, 2018)

  • Won the AAA state title in 2013 and 2016.....Farmington High School in Farmington, Minn.
Anthony Ganoa...................197....RsFr......OLATHE, KAN. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
  • 2017 state champion in freestyle and Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Kansas State Championships at 220 pounds
Colton Wolfe.................197...So.......COLUMBUS, NEB. COLUMBUS
  • 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....Jr....Tinley Park, Ill.
2019-2020 (Jr) Second in B1G championship, First-Team All-American after compiling a 23-4!
  • 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....RsFr......TEMPERANCE, MICH. BEDFORD
  • 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...Sr......STAFFORD, VA. COLONIAL FORGE
  • Wrestled at Colonial Forge High School in Stafford, Va.
  • Two-time state champion, 133-30 career record
Christian Lance................285....Sr.....NIXA, MO. FORT HAYS STATE/NIXA
  • 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
CALE DAVIDSON ................285.....So........Wichita, KS H.S......Wyoming/Goddard
  • 182-pound Class 5A Kansas state champion as a Junior
  • 195 pounds his senior year and repeated as a state champion
 
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NU Recruit and #3 ranked [Intermat] HS wrestler in the nation at 138 continues his success:

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Ridge Lovett, Post Falls
Ridge LovettPost FallsLovett won the national title in Greco-Roman wrestling on July 19 in Fargo, N.D., his seventh time advancing to the finals. Lovett is a 10-time Fargo All-American and also claimed titles in Greco in 2018 and 2016. In addition, Lovett was runner-up in freestyle in 2019, 2018, 2016 and 2015. Lovett concluded his high school career 169-0 at the state 5A tournament in February at Pocatello and will continue his wrestling career this fall at the University of Nebraska.
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According to Flo Wrestling: Teams With 5+ In The Top 200

Oklahoma St.: #2-Dustin Plott, #11-Trevor Mastrogiovanni, #20-Jakason Burks, #28-Luke Surber, #78-Konner Doucet

Cornell: #8-Josh Saunders, #14-Greg Diakomihalis, #33-Cole Handlovic, #44-Ethan Hatcher, #77-Dylan Cedeno, #120-Gage McLenehan

Virginia Tech: #15-Sammy Hillegas, #19-Clayton Ulrey, #23-Eddie Ventresca, #24-Hunter Catka, #75-Sam Fisher

NC State: #12-Ryan Jack, #35-Ed Scott, #60-AJ Kovacs, #143-Kai Bele, #148-Anthony Noto, #151-Donald Cates
There are five teams - Iowa, Nebraska, Rutgers Army, and Minnesota - with four in the Top 200.

If a certain SD 285 wrestler was included in these numbers then NU would have 5! Anyone guess who this wrestler is?



Hypothetically, a #5 class can certainly be usurped by a #20 if #5 has one guy flame out and #20 has a, say, Joey Lavallee or Drew Foster who were both unranked but who made NCAA finals. Or how about Taylor Venz - #96 that AA’d as a Frosh. [He's wrestling at Nebraska!]

The attrition rate (and by attrition I mean ‘guys who quit or who never come close to expectation’) is so high that it really brings up the questions 1) why? and 2) as a college recruiter, how do you avoid it?

Let’s look at the 2013 and 2014 Big Board and take the Top 25 from each year. That’s 50 wrestlers total. You know how many never earned a single AA? 24. Nearly 50% of the best wrestlers those two years never placed. 13 (26%) never finished their career.
 
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TOM NCAA Div 1 Preseason rankings:

141.......Chad Red.......#6
165.......Isaiah White......#5
174.......Mike Labriola........#3
184.......Taylor Venz............#4
197.......Eric Shulz...........#8
285.......David Jensen........#15

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2019-20 NCAA DI Wrestling Preseason Team Rankings – Tournament Only

TOM has released our preseason team rankings. These are based on tournament scoring only. As we get closer to the regular season dual rankings will be added as well. These team rankings are based on TOM’s preseason individual rankings so true freshman have not been factored in. Once they do officially compete, expect these rankings to change significantly, in some cases.

RankTeamPointsPrevious
1Penn State119.5-
2Iowa109-
3Oklahoma State63-
4Nebraska52-
5Ohio State51-
6Wisconsin50-
7Arizona State47-
8Lehigh45-
9Minnesota42.5-
10Iowa State35.5-
10Missouri35.5-
12Pittsburgh33-
13NC State30.5-
14Northern Iowa28.5-
14Northwestern28.5-
16Virginia Tech27.5-
17Princeton26-
18Oklahoma23-
19North Carolina22.

Updated Tournament rankings 25 Feb 2020:
8 of the top 11 are B1G!
1Iowa158.5Big Ten1
2Penn State103Big Ten2
3Ohio State78Big Ten3
4Nebraska56Big Ten7
5Princeton54.5EIWA4
6Wisconsin53Big Ten6
7Minnesota49Big Ten8
8North Carolina State48ACC9
9Purdue44Big Ten10
10Oklahoma State43Big 1213
11Northwestern42Big Ten12
 
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College Accomplishments for Super 32 Placewinners from 2012-14


Here are the collegiate accomplishments for the placewinners of the 2012-14 tournaments. Why those years? The majority of the wrestlers from those tournaments have either completed their collegiate careers or are close to it.
2012 Super 32 Placewinners
106...... 7th Place - Chad Red (IN)....... Two-time All-American
And 2014 winners currently at NU:
Boys HS126Chad RedIndiana2014

Boys HS220Patrick GraysonVirginia2014
 
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Nebraska 2020 recruits in the top 100 according to FLO wrestling:

#16 - Dominick Serrano-133: Like Saunders, wrestled up for the team. Great combo of speed & power.
#21 - Nash Hutmacher-285: The top HWT prospect this year. Football or wrestling? That's the question.
#27 - Silas Allred-197: Love the intangibles. Expect to see more of a national schedule for him this year.
#44 - Jeremiah Reno-125: Up and down. Great at 113. Struggled when he bumped up.
#83 - Nathan Haas-182: Won a strong Cali bracket with upperclassmen. Another guy who could soar up the board with a good summer.

From INTERMAT:

05-12-19NebraskaJeremiah RenoLibertyMO125
05-22-19NebraskaDuwayne VillalpandoMaizeKS174
02-05-19NebraskaSilas AllredShenandoahIN197/285
05-20-19NebraskaNathan HaasSt. John BoscoCA184
05-12-19NebraskaDominick SerranoWindsorCO141
06-29-19Nebraska (Football)Nash HutmacherChamberlainSD285
 
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INTERMAT Team Dual Ranking

RANKSCHOOLRECORDCONFERENCE
1Penn State0-0Big Ten
2Iowa0-0Big Ten
3Ohio State0-0Big Ten
4Nebraska0-0Big Ten
5North Carolina State0-0ACC
6Lehigh0-0EIWA
7Wisconsin0-0Big Ten
8Iowa State0-0Big 12
9Minnesota0-0Big Ten
Updated ranking 25 Feb 2020:
RANKSCHOOLRECORDCONFERENCEPREV
1Iowa13-0Big Ten1
2North Carolina State15-0ACC2
3Penn State12-2Big Ten3
4Nebraska11-3Big Ten6
5Ohio State10-4Big Ten8
6Lehigh10-3EIWA9
7Arizona State15-2Pac-124
8North Carolina14-3ACC7
9Oklahoma State13-3Big 1210
10Pittsburgh10-4ACC12
 
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https://www.ncaa.com/rankings/wrestling/d1/nwca-coaches

Through Games OCT. 29, 2019
RANKSCHOOL18-19 RECORDPOINTSPREVIOUS RANK
1Penn State (12)(14-0)3481
2Iowa (2)(14-1)3373
3Ohio State(12-2)3146
4Oklahoma State(15-0)2952
5Nebraska(12-5)2637
6Wisconsin(9-6)25717
7Minnesota(14-3)2548
8Arizona State(6-10)243NR
9Missouri(16-1)2355
10NC State(16-3)22210
 

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Huskers Set to Host Nebraska Duals
[See List of Champions at top of this thread]
Nebraska's Projected Lineup
125:
Alex Thomsen
133: Jevon Parrish OR Zak Hensley
141: Chad Red Jr.
149: Collin Purinton OR Zemua Baptista
157: Peyton Robb
165: Isaiah White
174: Mikey Labriola
184: Taylor Venz
197: Eric Schultz
285: David Jensen
 
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Nebraska Head Coach Mark Manning announced the addition of six wrestlers on Wednesday who will join the Huskers next season.

Rated as the No. 6 class in the nation by FloWrestling

List of new recruits Champions continues: :thumbsup:

Dominick Serrano
Windsor, Colo. (Windsor)
Projected Weight: 133 pounds

Dominick Serrano is a three Four-time state champion from Windsor High School in Windsor, Colo. Serrano has won Colorado Class 4A titles at 120 pounds (2017), 126 pounds (2018) and 132 pounds (2019, 2020) and went into his senior season unbeaten in 139 career matches as a high school wrestler. He owns a 168-0 [122 Falls] record. He also has a 2019 Fargo Junior Freestyle National Championship (132 pounds) and 2018 Cadet national title to his credit. A Super 32 All-American, Serrano is ranked No. 2 at 132 pounds by Intermat. 2020 Scholastic All-American Dream Team.

Nathan Haas
Norwalk, Calif. (St. John Bosco)
Projected Weight: 184 pounds

Nathan Haas won two, 2019, 2020, California state titles at 182 pounds and owns a 2019 USAW National Folkstyle Wrestling title at 181 pounds. A 2018 Junior Cadet title winner, Haas added a first-place finish at the California World Challenge in October.
A Top 10-rated recruit by FloWrestling (No. 7), InterMat (No. 9) and The Open Mat (No. 8), Haas earned a first-place finish at the California World Challenge this past October. 2020 Scholastic All-American!

Silas Allred
Muncie, Ind. (Shenadoah)
Projected Weight: 197 pounds

A 2019 and 2020 Indiana state title winner at 195 pounds after taking fifth in 2018 at 182 pounds, Silas Allred became the first-ever wrestler at his high school to win a state title. He also won the 2018 Cadet Freestyle Championship at 195 pounds and earned a USA Wrestling National High School Folkstyle title in April. He is ranked Fourth at 195 pounds by Intermat.
Incoming Class of 2020 recruit Silas Allred (Muncie, Ind. (Shenadoah)) capped off his prep career by winning a second consecutive Indiana state championship on Feb. 22. Allred's title completes what was a decidedly dominant senior campaign, as the 195-pound grappler went undefeated with 39 wins by pinfall, including four at the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Finals. Allred finishes his high school wrestling days with a 144-2 record, including 139 wins by fall, and a 74-match winning streak, with his last loss coming in a state quarterfinal bout when Allred was a sophomore. Named to the 2020 Scholastic All-American Academic Team.

Jeremiah Reno
Kansas City, Mo. (Liberty)
Projected Weight: 125 pounds

Jeremiah Reno comes to Nebraska having won three four Missouri Class 4 state titles in 2017 (106 pounds), 2018 (106 pounds), 2019 (113 pounds) and 2020 (120 pounds) . He also earned a second-place finish at the 2018 Cadet Folkstyle Nationals. Jeremiah Reno finished his decorated high school wrestling career by winning a fourth state championship and running his career record to an unblemished 179-0. He is the Fourth-ranked wrestler at 120 pounds according to Intermat.

Brock Hardy
Brigham City, Utah (Box Elder)
Projected Weight: 149 pounds

Brock Hardy is a four-time Utah high school state champion and five-time first-place finisher at the USA Folkstyle Nationals. He was ranked as high as No. 2 at 145 pounds by some services. Hardy graduated from high school in 2018 and is currently serving a two-year LDS mission to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He will join the Nebraska wrestling program for the 2020-21 campaign.

Brandyn Van Tassell
Mapleton, Utah (Maple Mountain)
Projected Weight: 184 pounds

Brandyn Van Tassell won a Class 5A Utah state championship at 182 pounds in 2018. He also won a state title in 2017, wrestling less than one year removed from tearing both his ACL and LCL in his knee. Like Brock Hardy, Van Tassell graduated from high school in 2018 and is currently serving a two-year LDS mission. He will join the Nebraska wrestling program for the 2020-21 campaign.
 
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NU Recruits latest H.S. rankings according to Intermat [12 Feb]:
Dominick Serrano
Windsor, Colo. (Windsor)
Projected Weight: 133 pounds

He is the Second-ranked wrestler at 132 pounds by Intermat.

Nathan Haas
Norwalk, Calif. (St. John Bosco)
Projected Weight: 184 pounds

He is the Ninth-ranked wrestler at 182 pounds by Intermat.

Silas Allred
Muncie, Ind. (Shenadoah)
Projected Weight: 197 pounds

He is ranked fourth at 195 pounds by Intermat.

Jeremiah Reno
Kansas City, Mo. (Liberty)
Projected Weight: 125 pounds

He is the fourth-ranked wrestler at 120 pounds according to Intermat.

Jagger Condomitti, Jr
Northampton PA
Projected Weight: 145 pounds
He is the Eleventh-ranked wrestler at 145 pounds according to Intermat.

Leonard Pinto, Jr
Stroudsburg PA
Projected Weight: 170 pounds
He is the Fifth-ranked wrestler at 170 pounds according to Intermat.

Nash Hutmaker
Chamberlain SD
Signed NU Football Scholarship
Nash Hutmacher won 4th state wrestling title
He is the #1 Ranked Heavyweight.

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Cael Davidson reported early and is wrestling reserve in 2020.
 
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Serrano Secures Fourth State Title, Caps Undefeated Career

DENVER, Colo. -- Incoming Class of 2020 recruit Dominick Serrano (Windsor, Colo. (Windsor)) became the 25th four-time state champion in Colorado history and only the second Colorado prep to complete an undefeated high school career with a 22-8 major decision victory in the 132-pound state title bout on Saturday night.
Serrano has now won Colorado Class 4A titles at 120 pounds (2017), 126 pounds (2018) and 132 pounds (2019, 2020) and owns a perfect 168-0 mark.
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Allred Pins Way to Second State Title

Incoming Class of 2020 recruit Silas Allred (Muncie, Ind. (Shenadoah)) capped off his prep career by winning a second consecutive Indiana state championship on Feb. 22.

Allred's title completes what was a decidedly dominant senior campaign, as the 195-pound grappler went undefeated with 39 wins by pinfall, including four at the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Finals. Allred finishes his high school wrestling days with a 144-2 record, including 139 wins by fall, and a 74-match winning streak, with his last loss coming in a state quarterfinal bout when Allred was a sophomore.
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