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  • Bryan McCurry

    Bryan McCurry. Leroy-Pine River Area, MI. 2x 8th placer at 215. Impressive for only a Junior. Wrestling or Football? The interest is high for Bryan but the D1 interest is a bit behind: “I’ve received many letters from D2, D3, and NAIA schools but that’s expected for the most part. I’ve also received one from NIU. I’ve been in contact with Coach Borelli and Coach Bennett from CMU as well. They were my first letter of interest. Coach Chandler from MSU has briefly talked with me as well.” How about those non-D1 schools: “Very open-minded but my heart is set… Read More

  • Phillip Moomey

    2017 State Champ at 120. 2016 5th place at 113. #24 ranked 126 in the nation. #85 ranked Junior in the country. Kearney, NE. Phillip Moomey. Fresh off of a Super 32 where he ended up in the blood round while losing to the #4 kid in OT and #15 kid 1-0. Phillip also used the time to take a visit to NC State, one of the schools that is recruiting him the hardest and whose coach Donnie Vinson has probably built the best relationship with him so far. On the visit: “It was sweet! They have a ton of… Read More

  • Philip Conigliaro

    Harvard’s 2018 recruiting class is one of the best-recruiting classes it has had in years, and arguably the best of the class is Philip Conigliaro. Philip, out of Belmont Hill, MA, is a National Prep Champ along with placing 4th and 7th. He is also ranked #14 @ 160 and #37 in the 2018 class. Why Harvard: “Well, to start with, I live about 20 minutes from Harvard. I’ve met the coaches through camps and stuff and had a great relationship with them. Also, academics are important, and you can’t get a better education than Harvard. I also know I… Read More

  • Nick Oldham

    Valley West Des Moines. State runner up as a freshman but took a few steps down the podium in his sophomore year with a 5th place finish. Top 15 @ 113. “As of right now, I have not gotten any calls.” Something is wrong in the wrestling world when a 2x state placer in his first 2 attempts has yet to receive interest from any school, any division, anywhere. Nick thinks he know why: “I haven’t given them much to look at yet either.” We’ll have to agree to disagree. Where is he looking to hear from then? “I’m open… Read More

  • Joshua Kim – Harvard

    Josh is fresh off a memorable Super32 weekend, where he finished as a runner up and committed to Harvard with fellow top recruit Phillip Conigliaro. He has finished on the California state podium in two of his three trips with a 3rd and then 2nd the last couple years. A top 75 senior recruit and top 10 @ 152 as well, Josh absolutely loves to be challenged and pushed outside of his comfort zone. It’s one of the main reasons he is one of the best not only in Cali but the country. Let’s start with why Josh chose Harvard:… Read More

  • Nic Aguilar – Rutgers

    2016: state runner up. 2017: state runner up. In the last couple of years, Nic Aguilar has been that close to winning the toughest state title in the country for Gilroy high school in California. He is a top 10 @ 120 and top 100 SR nationally. Now that he has made his decision on where to wrestle in college, he can turn his full attention to making that final step up the podium and end his career at the top.  After he takes that step, he is going to be taking his talents across the country to join up… Read More

  • Steele Dias

    Next in the long, long line of great Green Valley, NV wrestlers is Steele Dias. A state champ as a sophomore at 106, he is currently ranked at 104 in the JR class. In the last two years, he has been a double AA at Fargo at the Cadet and Junior level, as well as a 5th AA honor. It doesn’t matter what style he is wrestling; he is going to be winning. So far, the Nevada native has been in contact with both Utah Valley and Penn but is looking to hear from a few more, as he is… Read More

  • Patrick Gould

    My #97 recruit in the JR class is an under the radar PA product. If you can consider a 2x state placer in his only two attempts under the radar, that is. Patrick Gould hails from East Stroudsburg South and has placed 8th both times, once at 106 and then again jumping up 3 weights to 126.  He has beaten a PA state champ (twice), placed at Beast, as well as FloNationals, and is just getting started. To say he is early in his process is an understatement. That’s all right by him though: “I’m mostly worried about my grades… Read More

  • Zane Coleman

    Let’s start with a bit of a background on who Zane Coleman is. Wrestling for Choctaw in OK, he is currently a JR that already has 2 state titles under his belt with his sights set on 2 more in a bid to become the 37th 4x champ in Oklahoma and the 2nd from Choctaw. He is also the 51st ranked junior overall and top 15 at 170. So what schools are on his radar right now? He states the obvious in Oklahoma and Oklahoma State as well as being in contact with both Princeton and Ohio State. He also… Read More

  • Zach Elam

    Who is Zach Elam? One of the top remaining class of 2018 prospects still left on the board, ranked #47 overall and #4 at 220, that’s who. He hails from Staley, Mo where he has been in the state finals every year of his high school career to include 2 championships and looking for that 3rd in his final year. He also wins on the national stage as well capturing 2017 Junior Freestyle Title at 220lbs in Fargo this past summer. Zach also excels on the football, to no one’s surprise, where he has helped lead his team to an… Read More