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Discussion in 'Wrestling' started by cloneraslin, Jan 3, 2020.
#16 126 Zach Redding
#17 145 Paniro Johnson (2021)
#14 152 Cameron Robinson
#18 220 Cody Fisher
As far as guys I think we are recruiting yet
120 - #1 Drake Ayala
145 - #9 Victor Voinovich (dropped from #2)
170 - #1 Alex Facundo
Kysen Terukina hasn't announced where he is going. He is a senior
I have heard some sophomore names, but didn't list them, as it is very early to know level of interest
Zach Redding just beat the #14 2020 big board recruit, Jack. 8-6 with 3-1 TD advantage.
I feel we are 3 recruits away from having something special. Ayala, Facundo and Greenlee. We will need another heavy in this class or transfer as there is only 1 in the room now but I think Greenlee could be special in 3-4 years. Ton of potential and will cause fits with his height.
When is Boone McDermott coming out of Juco & how has he been doing?
I would think he could come out after this season because he’s a RSFR. That sound right?
He’s 6-1 this year, with his one loss being to Carter Isley, 2-1. All of his wins are of the bonus variety.
Ryan Jack wrestles for the Danbury Hatters, which has long been the dominant wrestling power in the state of Connecticut. I believe the nickname derives from the Danbury hatting industry, which was one of few here at the time of the American Revolution, likely due to its close proximity to the Hudson River (and furs). I see Ryan Jack signed with North Carolina State, where he follows his brother Kevin (now the NC State recruiting coordinator), and two other former Hatter wrestlers.
Jack defeated Redding in the NHSCA national championship last spring, 12-5, so this win has to be satisfying. Great win, Zach!
Besides 126, with the Zach Redding and Ryan Jack match, the first link above shows Kysen Terukina as the winner of the national championship at 120.
Watched the replay this afternoon. He looked really good. Was in on a lot of shots all match. Good looking low single.
I can see why the coaches are excited about him.
Updated ranking from 1/15/2020
Drake Ayala #1
Zach Redding #6 (Up from #16 at 126 after beating Ryan Jack)
Victor Voinovich #8
Paniro Johnson #14
Cam Robinson #15
Alex Facundo #4 (dropped a couple after losing to Gallagher 3-1)
Cody Fischer #17
Redding looking to fill in nicely at 133 in the near future.