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Wrestling recruiting class rankings 2018/19 - NU #5/#6, List of CHAMPIONs


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Huskers Sign Six Wrestlers to Class of 2019

• NU will have six new freshman additions to the team next season. Lincoln High standout Isaiah Alford will be one of them. Over the past two years, Alford is 89-1 overall and has won two Nebraska Class A State Championships at 170 pounds and 2019 Western Junior freestyle Champion at 170.

• Another signee is Tyler Deen, a two-time placer at the California state championships at 138 pounds. Next is John Henrich, a three-time state champ at 160 pounds. The fourth is Ridge Lovett, a four-time Idaho state champ at 145 pounds. He finished his high school career at 169-0.

• Finally, we have Kevon Davenport (145), who just won his fourth-straight Michigan state championship this year. Lastly, we have Bubba Wilson, a back-to-back Kansas state champion at 152 pounds.

  • WALK ON Johnathon "Speedy" Ortegon. Ortegon was a three-time state champion at Randall High School in Amarillo. Texas state runner-up at 125 pounds 2019. Third place at the western regional in Las Vegas, winning every match by either tech. fall or pinfall after losing his first-round bout.
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Western Junior freestyle results: 28 Apr 2019
1st Place Match - Isaiah Alford (Nebraska) won by tech fall over Alexander Hernandez (California) (TF 10-0)

1st Place Match - Chase Randall (Washington) won by tech fall over Timothy Levine (California) (TF 14-2)
3rd Place Match - Johnathon Ortegon (Texas-Nebraska) won by fall over Richard Castro-Sandoval (California) (Fall 2:09)
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2019 InterMat Recruiting Class Rankings

1. Ohio State
2. Arizona State
3. Cornell
4. Wisconsin
5. Virginia Tech
6. Nebraska
7. Oklahoma
8. Oklahoma State
9. Iowa State
10. Illinois
11. Michigan
12. Rutgers
13. Fresno State
14. Lehigh
15. Minnesota
16. NC State
17. Penn
18. Northern Colorado
19. Northern Iowa
20. Iowa
21. Stanford
22. Penn State
23. Indiana
24. Northwestern
25. Wyoming