The 2019 Super 32 Division I College Fan Guide

As the premier folkstyle event in the country for high schoolers, Super 32 is a great place for wrestlers to make their name for college coaches. But it also becomes a great opportunity for fans of Division I programs to familiarize themselves with their team's future recruits before the college season gets into full swing.

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Arranging the teams in order of how they finished at the 2019 NCAA championships in Pittsburgh, here is a list of athletes registered for Super 32 who have announced their college decision. Their weight class rank will be listed, along with the weight they are registered for, and the state they are from as well.


Penn State

Aurelius Dunbar, PA


Ohio State

#1 Seth Shumate, OH - 195

#12 Santos Cantu, OR - 195


Missouri

#10 Trey Crawford, MO - 132

#10 Josh Edmond, MI - 138


Cornell

#2 Josh Saunders, MO - 138

Dylan Cedeno, NJ - 132


Rutgers

#4 John Poznanski, NJ - 182

#9 Connor O’Neill, NJ - 170

Kyle Epperly, NJ - 195


Nebraska

#3 Jeremiah Reno, MO - 113

#20 Jagger Condomitti, PA - 145


Virginia Tech

#1 Hunter Catka, PA - 285

#3 Clayton Ulrey, PA - 170

#6 Sammy Hillegas, PA -138

#7 Eddie Ventresca, NJ - 126


Arizona State

#17 Carter Dibert, PA - 113


Lehigh

#6 Thayne Lawrence, PA - 160


Northern Iowa

#15 Ethan Basile, FL - 138

Jared Simma, KS - 152

Adam Allard, IA - 126


Princeton

Nick Masters, GA - 126

Anthony Clark, NJ - 132


Iowa State

#20 Zachary Redding, NY - 126

Cameron Robinson, PA - 152


NC State

#11 Anthony Noto, NY - 120

#11 Ed Scott, PA - 145

#11 AJ Kovacs, NY - 152

#15 Donald Cates, NC - 152

Dylan Reinert, PA - 160

Joe Roberts, IL - 160


Lock Haven

Billy Talmadge, NJ - 138

Tyler Stoltzfus, PA - 170


North Carolina

#4 Lachlan McNeil, NY - 138

#7 Gavin Kane, GA - 170


Wisconsin

#1 Braxton Amos, WV - 220

#2 Hayden Copass, IL - 285

#4 Joey Zargo, NJ - 145

#5 Dean Hamiti, IL - 152

Aiden Medora, WI - 145


Purdue

#2 Gerrit Nijenhuis, PA - 182

#11 Jacob Rundell, IL - 126

#14 Dustin Norris, OH - 120

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