FloWrestling Fantasy Draft Results

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The Flo Team had their annual wrestling fantasy draft this week and the rosters are filled.

Many fans have tweeted and asked us how we go about it, so I'll outline it here.

Rules

- Ten teams (because ten weights) works best. We only had 9 people participate.

- 15 picks: 1 per weight and then 5 at any weight of your choosing.

- All 15 wrestlers score. (Although we kicked around the idea of designating the 10 starters and giving the 5 'Utility' spots 1/2 the points they score.)

- You can add/drop wrestlers by emailing the commissioner. First one to email gets their 'free agent' and there are unlimited adds/drops.

- There are no scores throughout the season. Scoring goes exclusively by the points earned at NCAA's. 

- You could do your draft before conferences or NCAA's, but we think it's much more challenging to have the draft pre-season.

And that's it! At the end of NCAA's simply plug in the points earned by each wrestler and add them up.

Last year saw Nomad (159.5pts) beat Bratke (152.5) and Willie (152) for the title.

2018-19 Rosters


NomadPTSSelfish NickPTSSpeyPTSBrayPTSJoey K
125Spencer
Teasdale
Moisey
Terao
Glory
133Lizak
DeSanto
Micic
Pletcher
Daton
141Carr
McKenna
McKee
Alber
Yianni
149Ashnault
Boo
Micah
Thomsen
Kolodzik
157Hidlay
Nolf
Deakin
Shields
Pantaleo
165Chavez
Chance
Mehki
J. Smith
Ashworth
174Rogers
Kutler
Kemerer
Zahid
McFadden
184Parker
Zavatsky
Foster
Venz
Shakur
197Weigel
Holschlag
Nickal
K. Moore
Woodley
285Cassar
Jennings
T. Hall
Stoll
Hemida
U1Bridges
Marinelli
Lujan
Steiert
Vito
U2LDePrez
Fausz
B.Miller
Nevills
Romero
U3Russell
Gfeller
Zacherl
Jacobe
Heinselman
U4PBrucki
AValencia
Piotrowski
JVan Brill
Millhof
U5Heino
Weiler
Embree
Mattin
Teemer



HolmesPTSBratkePTSSmallsPTSCP
125Courtney
Sebass Rivera
Bresser
Piccininni
133Suriano
Seth Gross
Tariq
RBY
141Chad Red
Nick Lee
Eierman
Kaid Brock
149Lugo
Justin Oliver
O'Connor
Leeth
157K Monday
Berger
Ke-Shawn
Carr
165Cenzo
Evan Wick
IWhite
Massa
174M. Amine
Labriola
Daniel Lewis
Mark Hall
184Reenan
Max Dean
Myles Martin
Preisch
197J Warner
Brunner
Conel
Miklus
285Wood
Derek White
Dhesi
Gable
Utility 1Geer
Scotty Parker
Glasgow
Berge
Utility 2Singletary
Austin Gomez
Haines
Erneste
Utility 3J. Hernandez
Max Murin
Schram
Ness
Utility 4K. Young
Bonnacorsi
Mueller
Allar
Utility 5Yahya
Josh Maruca
Willits
Lydy


Picks By Round


R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
1Spencer10Gable19Hidlay28Leeth37Lizak
2Nolf11Eireman20DeSanto29Bresser38Marinelli
3Bo12Suriano21Micah30Warner39Kemerer
4Zahid13Rivera22Stoll31Nick Lee40Venz
5Yianni14Daton23Kolodzik32Hemida41Pantaleo
6Cenzo15Moore24My.Amine33Pletcher42Lugo
7Gross16Micic25Evan Wick34Mehki43D.White
8Myles17McKenna26D. Lewis35Chance44Tariq
9Marky18Ashnault27Piccininni36Parker45Kaid











R6
R8
R7
R9
R10
46Massa55Cassar64Preisch73Chavez82Berge
47O'Connor56Zavatsky65Conel74Kutler83Hayes
48Berger57T. Hall66Labriola75D. Foster84S. Parker
49Reenan58Shields67Chad Red76N. Nevills85Monday
50Shakur59Wood68Woodley77P. Glory86Vito
51Joe Smith60McFadden69Steiert78Courtney87Thomsen
52Deakin61Max Dean70Moisey79J. Oliver88Mckee
53Leewallen62I. White71Teasdale80Dhesi89Holschlag
54Weigel63RBY72Rogers81Miklus90Bridges











R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
91Deprez100Ness109Brucki118Allar127M. Carr
92Fausz101Haines110A.Valencia119Mueller128Weiler
93Lujan102Murin111Zacherl120Maruca129Embree
94Alber103Singletary112Terao121K. Young130Mattin
95Romero104Ashworth113Heinselman122Millhof131Teemer
96Geer105Jacobe114Hernandez123Van Brill132Yahya
97A. Gomez106B. Miller115Bonnacorsi124Piotrowski133Brunner
98Glasgow107Gfeller116Schram125Jennings134Willits
99Erneste108S. Russell117David Carr126Heino135Lydy

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