5 Most Exciting College Wrestlers To Watch

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After watching a ton of matches and meets so far this season, FloWrestling has come up with the five most exciting college wrestlers to currently watch. These dudes lay it all out there on the mat with a go-for-broke style that has everyone anxious to see their next moves.

Make sure you don't miss these guys in action this weekend LIVE on FloWrestling.


5. Jayden Eierman (Missouri)

Coming into the season, Eierman was one of those wrestlers you just knew was going to set the mat ablaze when he got the chance, and that's what he's been doing so far. He had a huge pin in Mizzou's home dual against Virginia Tech that showed he is dangerous from just about everywhere.

Watch Eierman and the Missouri Tigers this weekend at the UNI Open.



4. Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma State)

Whenever I hear Rogers' name, I always remember that footsweep mat return he hit on Ethan Ramos last season. Rogers has got a point-scoring style that you just have to love.

Watch Rogers and the rest of the Cowboys as they host Pitt this weekend.



3. Bo Nickal (Penn State)

Like his fellow Nittany Lions, Nickal keeps it exciting. His arsenal of throws makes him dangerous on his feet, and his ability to ride and turn guys any way he wants makes him a serious hammer. But mostly it's those throws.



2. Taylor Lujan (UNI)

Despite losing, the redshirt freshman had us all amazed with how he wrestled second-ranked Zach Epperly. His defense, his offense, his ability to scramble, and keep from giving up points is amazing. He's certainly the type of guy who can make someone a fan of wrestling just by watching him compete.

Watch Lujan this weekend as he and the Panthers play host to a number of teams at the UNI Open.



1. Jason Nolf (Penn State)

What can you even say about Nolf? He's got an indescribable style that has us scratching our heads every time and wonder "what the hell was that?" He's clearly the most exciting guy to watch right now. He does everything with an incredible flair. Before watching his matches there should be a "don't try this at home" disclaimer.

Nolf and Nickal will be in action against Lehigh this weekend at the BJC, we will have live updates of the dual here.



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