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Offline BuckyMatt

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #150 on: June 02, 2021, 02:42:24 PM »
Current Roster Projection:

125 Eric Barnett / Ethan Rotondo 
133 Kyle Burwick / Cole Bavery (RS)
141 Austin Gomez / Dom Dentino / Trey Escobar
149 Drew Scharenbrock / Joey Zargo RS / Dan Stilling (RS) / Aiden Medora (RS) / Cole Carroll (RS)
157 Garrett Model / Devin Bahr / Kevin Meicher / Cody Anderson (RS) 
165 Josh Otto / Gavin Model (RS) / Dean Hamiti (RS)
174 Andrew McNally / Tyler Dow / Anders Lantz
184 Chris Weiler / Graham Calhoun (RS)
197 Braxton Amos / Andrew Salemme / Brooks Empey (RS)
285 Trent Hillger / Pete Christensen / Hayden Copass (RS)

Nice looking lineup and I donít think Bono and company are done adding/improving to it!

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #151 on: June 02, 2021, 03:58:19 PM »
Current Roster Projection:

125 Eric Barnett / Ethan Rotondo 
133 Kyle Burwick / Cole Bavery (RS)
141 Austin Gomez / Dom Dentino / Trey Escobar
149 Drew Scharenbrock / Joey Zargo RS / Dan Stilling (RS) / Aiden Medora (RS) / Cole Carroll (RS)
157 Garrett Model / Devin Bahr / Kevin Meicher / Cody Anderson (RS) 
165 Josh Otto / Gavin Model (RS) / Dean Hamiti (RS)
174 Andrew McNally / Tyler Dow / Anders Lantz
184 Chris Weiler / Graham Calhoun (RS)
197 Braxton Amos / Andrew Salemme / Brooks Empey (RS)
285 Trent Hillger / Pete Christensen / Hayden Copass (RS)

I think Hamiti is good enough to start somewhere as well if he develops quickly.  I can't wait to see how Otto improves.  He had a tough year last year.  I also think Tyler Dow, Garret Model, or Devin Bahr would look good at 165.  Losing Wick opens things up quite a bit and the remaining wrestlers will have a lot of time to get ready for the season at that weight.  Should be fun to see how it all shakes out.  It would be awesome to see some high level improvements with the middle of the line up.  I hope Bono puts the best wrestlers on the mat at each weight regardless of redshirts after last season ;D


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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #152 on: June 02, 2021, 06:24:19 PM »
Current Roster Projection:

125 Eric Barnett / Ethan Rotondo 
133 Kyle Burwick / Cole Bavery (RS)
141 Austin Gomez / Dom Dentino / Trey Escobar
149 Drew Scharenbrock / Joey Zargo RS / Dan Stilling (RS) / Aiden Medora (RS) / Cole Carroll (RS)
157 Garrett Model / Devin Bahr / Kevin Meicher / Cody Anderson (RS) 
165 Josh Otto / Gavin Model (RS) / Dean Hamiti (RS)
174 Andrew McNally / Tyler Dow / Anders Lantz
184 Chris Weiler / Graham Calhoun (RS)
197 Braxton Amos / Andrew Salemme / Brooks Empey (RS)
285 Trent Hillger / Pete Christensen / Hayden Copass (RS)

I think Hamiti is good enough to start somewhere as well if he develops quickly.  I can't wait to see how Otto improves.  He had a tough year last year.  I also think Tyler Dow, Garret Model, or Devin Bahr would look good at 165.  Losing Wick opens things up quite a bit and the remaining wrestlers will have a lot of time to get ready for the season at that weight.  Should be fun to see how it all shakes out.  It would be awesome to see some high level improvements with the middle of the line up.  I hope Bono puts the best wrestlers on the mat at each weight regardless of redshirts after last season ;D

My guess at the best possible lineup (at this given moment, fingers crossed that things are in the works yet):
125 Eric Barnett 
133 Kyle Burwick
141 Austin Gomez
149 Drew Scharenbrock
157 Dean Hamiti 
165 Tyler Dow
174 Andrew McNally
184 Chris Weiler
197 Braxton Amos
285 Trent Hillger
No idea though if Hamiti can make 157 or if Dow can make 165???

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #153 on: June 07, 2021, 02:21:27 PM »
Was walking on Campus this weekend and saw Kizhan Clarke from American University, 15th seed at the 2019 NCAA's at 149 # on campus for a visit!

Man, this staff is making moves!!!! 

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #154 on: June 07, 2021, 03:08:48 PM »
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Kizhan Clarke is another former NCAA qualifier that will be looking for a new home to use their final year of eligibility at. Clark was 37-7 during the 2020 season and earned the #15 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships. American did not compete this season until the EIWA Championships, but Clarke did not wrestle. During his career, he has wins over Jaden Abas, Requir van der Merwe, Kanen Storr, Markus Hartman, and many more. He began the season ranked at #13 in our preseason rankings.

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #155 on: June 07, 2021, 05:44:58 PM »
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Kizhan Clarke is another former NCAA qualifier that will be looking for a new home to use their final year of eligibility at. Clark was 37-7 during the 2020 season and earned the #15 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships. American did not compete this season until the EIWA Championships, but Clarke did not wrestle. During his career, he has wins over Jaden Abas, Requir van der Merwe, Kanen Storr, Markus Hartman, and many more. He began the season ranked at #13 in our preseason rankings.

It would be a great day to hear It a Great Day to be a Badger!

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #156 on: June 08, 2021, 11:47:37 AM »
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Kizhan Clarke is another former NCAA qualifier that will be looking for a new home to use their final year of eligibility at. Clark was 37-7 during the 2020 season and earned the #15 seed at the 2020 NCAA Championships. American did not compete this season until the EIWA Championships, but Clarke did not wrestle. During his career, he has wins over Jaden Abas, Requir van der Merwe, Kanen Storr, Markus Hartman, and many more. He began the season ranked at #13 in our preseason rankings.

It would be a great day to hear It a Great Day to be a Badger!

This would be a huge get for the Badgers!

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #157 on: June 08, 2021, 12:58:15 PM »
My sources have been saying that Joey Grello is touring Madison and would cut to 165 for the Badgers. That would help fill a hole.

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #158 on: June 08, 2021, 03:30:35 PM »
My sources have been saying that Joey Grello is touring Madison and would cut to 165 for the Badgers. That would help fill a hole.
Wow this portal stuff is nutty. Every year is going to be like free agency. Not sure I like it but it does not matter. I think it is here to stay. Hopefully Bono and company continue to be good at it.

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #159 on: June 16, 2021, 01:03:16 PM »
Current Roster Projection:

125 Eric Barnett / Ethan Rotondo 
133 Kyle Burwick / Cole Bavery (RS)
141 Austin Gomez / Dom Dentino / Trey Escobar
149 Drew Scharenbrock / Joey Zargo RS / Dan Stilling (RS) / Aiden Medora (RS) / Cole Carroll (RS)
157 Garrett Model / Devin Bahr / Kevin Meicher / Cody Anderson (RS) 
165 Josh Otto / Gavin Model (RS) / Dean Hamiti (RS)
174 Andrew McNally / Tyler Dow / Anders Lantz
184 Chris Weiler / Graham Calhoun (RS)
197 Braxton Amos / Andrew Salemme / Brooks Empey (RS)
285 Trent Hillger / Pete Christensen / Hayden Copass (RS)

Nice looking lineup and I donít think Bono and company are done adding/improving to it!

Looking at this what is encouraging is 30, 30 guys in the room after not filling it this is good. And you look at this line up and there are guys that can win even in the Big Ten. 49-65 is a little soft yet even those guys can pull in some wins.

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Re: way too early 2021-2022 line up
« Reply #159 on: June 16, 2021, 01:03:16 PM »