Wrestling Recruiting and Lineups Moving Forward

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Seth25809er

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On all of the brackets he was marked representing "Oklahoma" the same as Heil and Collica...

I had trouble keeping up with a lot of it as the matches move so quick.
Maybe a typo or something. I'm not 100% sure whether or not he'll end up at OSU, but he's not associated with the OU RTC.
 

CTeamPoke

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With the addition of Alex Kauffman from NEO, the room is getting pretty tight from 165-197.

I still really think it would be best for Wittlake to take his Olympic Redshirt for the 2019-2020 season and take advantage of another year... I don't think we are looking at a title next season, but should for 2021 and on.

For 2019-2020, it really just seems to make sense to go with this lineup:

125: Piccinnini (senior year... going for it all)
133: Brock (Fix takes ORS, Brock bumps back down for one last shot at glory)
141: Gfeller (natural weight)
149: Boo (please don't get hurt again)
157: Sheets (getting much better... could see plenty of improvement from him)
165: Shomers (senior year)
174: Joe Smith (senior year redemption tour at more natural weight)
184: Montalvo / Hughes / Kauffman (log jam... no real bad option here... I like the freshman but Hughes has been quality as well)
197: Geer (returning AA at 184 and he wants to wrestle up here... needs to bulk up a little though so hopefully he's spending some time with Gary C. this summer and that's why we haven't seen him in freestyle comps)
HWT: Austin Harris as CBJ 2.0 (wrestling really well in freestyle at 220... just put on the bulk and he should be pretty dang good here)