Ranked Studs Coming To FloNationals 2019

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Normally FloNationals would signal the end to the folkstyle season. But now the event has transitioned into freestyle and Greco, and is attracting some of the top talent in the country.

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April 18-20 | 9 AM ET

A three-day event, FloNats is now the trials for USA Wrestling to determine their team for the Cadet Pan Am Championships. The age level for UWW Cadets is athletes born between 2002 and 2004. More information on the selection for Pan Am teams can be found here.

For complete entries, check out FloArena. Below are all of the registered wrestlers who are ranked in their weight class.

Ranked Wrestlers Coming To FloNats

#10 at 106: Gary Steen (PA), 48kg

#1 at 106: Richard Figueroa (CA), 51kg

#18 at 120: Joey Cruz (CA), 51kg

#19 at 113: Nick Babin (NJ), 51kg

#2 at 106: Nicolar Rivera (WI), 55kg

#19 at 126: Jesse Mendez (IN), 60kg

#20 at 126: Caleb Henson (GA), 60kg

#19 at 138: Vinny Zerban (IL), 65kg

#14 at 145: Cael Valencia (CA), 71kg

#16 at 145: John Martin Best (WV), 71kg

#4 at 195: Silas Allred (IN), 92kg

#7 at 220: Hunter Catka (PA), 110kg

#20 at 220: Kyonte Hamilton (MD), 110kg

Remember, registration for FloNats is still open! In addition to helping determine our Cadet Pan Am team, winning and placing at this event will provide you separation criteria for Akron in June, which is the world team trials for UWW Cadets.

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FRL 387: The 125lb Landscape Next Season

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FRL 387: The 125lb Landscape Next Season

2020 Title Contenders: 149 Pounds

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A lot of heavy hitting 149-pounders used up their final year of NCAA eligibility last season, including the champ Anthony Ashnault, three-time All-American Micah Jordan, and 2018's fourth-place finisher Mitch Finesilver. A solid crop of contenders return, however, to a weight class that is very much up for grabs. 

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2020 Title Contenders: 141 Pounds

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Ohio State's Three-time All-American Joey McKenna has exhausted his NCAA eligibility, but just about every other 141-pounder from last season has time left to earn an NCAA title. Four-time national qualifier Josh Alber of UNI is another noteworthy departure from the division. 

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#4 Gaige Garcia Commits To Michigan

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Gaige Garcia is pulling double duty in college. The Pennsylvania state champ has committed to wrestle and play football for Michigan.

2020 Title Contenders: 133 Pounds

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For as gnarly as the hunt for the 125-pound NCAA title looks to be, 133 is going to be an absolute bloodbath. Although the weight class loses two All-Americans to graduation in John Erneste and Ethan Lizak, and it looks like 2018 third-placer Tariq Wilson will be bumping up to 141 for the 2020 season, the weight class does expect to see the return of Seth Gross, the 2019 133-pound champ. 

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Six Questions For Ohio State's Lineup In 2020

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For three straight years now Ohio State has finished as the second best team in the country. Their lineups have totaled 341 points at NCAAs in that time, an average of nearly 114 per tournament.

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Rutgers Depth Charts & Targets

Rutgers wrestling has made steady improvements over the last decade. Now, after bringing home two of the nation's ten NCAA titles, the next step is upon them. 

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2020 Title Contenders: 125 Pounds

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A good amount of talent returns to the lightest NCAA weight class next season, as only a couple of All-Americans in Ronnie Bresser and Sean Russell have used up their eligibility. 

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Bo Nickal Receives Special Wrestle-Off For U23 World Team

After losing to World Champion J’den Cox at Final X - Rutgers Bo Nickal will receive a special wrestle-off for the 92kg spot on the U23 World Team.

USA Men's Freestyle Mount Rushmore

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It's Mount Rushmore season! For this edition, we are crafting a monument to men's freestyle wrestlers from the USA. So NCAA records, either as a competitor or coach, are not factors when it comes to deciding who gets their face carved into the mountain. Maybe in a subsequent Mount Rushmore!

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