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

Huskerhunter

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Nash Hutmacher
Chamberlain SD
Signed NU Football Scholarship
He is the #1 Ranked Heavyweight.
Do we know for sure if he will wrestle as well as play football? That would be awesome....I guess he could never get his weight down nor would the FB coaches want that...oh well! Hope he dominates in FB.
 
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Bean

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Do we know for sure if he will wrestle as well as play football? That would be awesome....I guess he could never get his weight down nor would the FB coaches want that...oh well! Hope he dominates in FB.
Every indication is that he will only play football! :(
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Bean

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Reno Completes Undefeated Run, Claims Fourth State Title
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Incoming Class of 2020 recruit Jeremiah Reno (Kansas City, Mo. (Liberty)) finished his decorated high school wrestling career by winning a fourth state championship and running his career record to an unblemished 179-0.

Reno has now won Missouri Class 4 state titles in 2017 (106 pounds), 2018 (106 pounds), 2019 (113 pounds) and 2020 (120 pounds). He won by major decision in the state title bout, helping Liberty score 241 team points, outpacing runner-up Park Hill (146.5 team points) by nearly 100 points in the team standings.

Reno, who projects at 125 pounds for the Huskers, also has a second-place finish at the 2018 Cadet Folkstyle Nationals to his credit. He is ranked fifth in the country at 120 pounds by The Open Mat and fourth by InterMat.
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Bean

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The fourth-ranked Nebraska wrestling team is set to push into the postseason portion of its schedule this weekend at the Big Ten Championships. The two-day event will be held at the Rutgers Athletic Center on the campus of Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J.

Session I begins at 9 a.m. CT on Saturday, 7 March. Session II will get underway later in the day, beginning at 5:30 p.m. CT Saturday evening.

Nine Huskers Rated in Third NCAA Coaches' Panel Rankings
The NCAA released the third of four coaches' panel rankings for the 2019-20 wrestling season on Feb. 27. The final rankings will be one of the criteria used as part of the selection process to determine qualifiers and seeding for the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships on March 19-21 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
The rankings are determined by a vote of 14 coaches in each weight class with two head coaches from each of the seven conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, EIWA, MAC, Pac-12 and SoCon).

133: Ridge Lovett 12th
141: Chad Red Jr. 6th
149: Collin Purinton 16th
157: Peyton Robb 17th
165: Isaiah White 5th
174: Mikey Labriola 6th
184: Taylor Venz 9th
197: Eric Schultz 5th
HWT: David Jensen 22nd
 
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Bean

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Manning Secures 10th Consecutive 10-Win Season
The Big Red's 25-15 victory over then-No.22 Michigan on Feb. 14 gave Nebraska Head Coach Mark Manning his 10th consecutive 10-win season and 18th 10-win season in his 20 years in charge at Nebraska. Manning, who has racked up 257 victories at Nebraska, is the program's longest-tenured and all-time winningest coach.

The fourth-ranked Nebraska wrestling team finished in second place with 132 points at the 2020 Big Ten Championships, the program's best-ever finish as a member of the Big Ten conference and its best conference championships finish.
 
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Bean

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Incoming Huskers Earn All-America Honors

Wrestling USA Magazine named its 2020 Scholastic All-American Teams on Tuesday and three incoming Husker freshmen were among those recognized; Serrano, Allred, and Haas.
 
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Bean

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Allred Honored by National Wrestling Hall of Fame


The National Wrestling Hall of Fame on Thursday announced the state winners of the Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award (DSHSEA) and incoming NU freshman Silas Allred was selected as the recipient in his home state of Indiana. Allred won two state titles and compiled a 146-2 prep record (with 138 victories by fall) while achieving a 4.317 GPA at Shenadoah High School in Muncie, Ind.
 
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Bean

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Considering the trajectory of our football and wrestling programs -- really wish he was coming here to wrestle instead of playing football.
He would be a great asset at 285. Probably could win a B1G championship by his Jr or Sr year.
 

SESHusker

Recruit
He would be a great asset at 285. Probably could win a B1G championship by his Jr or Sr year.
I think he would would win at least one during his time here -- at a bare minimum he would give us a top 10 heavyweight from day one and provide some sorely missing points that we have lost recently in Big 10 competition.
 
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