Projected Men's Freestyle Seeds At The 2019 Bill Farrell Memorial

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The first qualifier for the 2020 Olympic Team Trials is just a few days away. This Saturday, six athletes will earn spots in the OTT based on their performances at the Bill Farrell.

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Those qualifying spots will go to "the highest placed USA athlete per weight winning a medal, who has yet to qualify," which means you have to win your weight (or in 57kg and 97kg at least make the finals).

We've projected the seeds for every men's freestyle weight below, based on current registration. In real life, the seeds will be determined at a coaches' meeting the day before. There will be a coach present from each club represented (Nittany Lion WC, NJRTC, Oklahoma RTC, Lehigh Valley WC, etc) and they will vote on the order of the seeds.

57kg

  1. Darian Cruz
  2. Nahshon Garrett
  3. Seth Gross
  4. Nick Suriano
  5. Nathan Tomasello
  6. Zane Richards
  7. Frank Perrelli
  8. Zach Sanders
  9. Austin Miller
  10. Eddie Klimara
  11. Cory Clark
  12. Daniel DeShazer
  13. Shelton Mack
  14. Sean Russell
  15. Jacob Moran
  16. Kyler Rodriguez
  17. Guesseppe Rea Villarroel


65kg

  1. Frank Molinaro
  2. Jordan Oliver
  3. Jayson Ness
  4. Dean Heil
  5. Evan Henderson
  6. Joey McKenna
  7. Bryce Meredith
  8. Earl Hall
  9. Ben Whitford
  10. Colton McCrystal
  11. Matt Kolodzik
  12. Nick Dardanes
  13. Joey Lazor
  14. Mario Mason
  15. Rob Mathers
  16. Ethan Lizak
  17. Joshua Saunders
  18. Kamol Begakov
  19. Frank Yattoni
  20. Robert Rehm
  21. Lukas Richie
  22. Tony Tolbert


74kg

  1. Isaiah Martinez
  2. Jason Nolf
  3. Mekhi Lewis
  4. Logan Massa
  5. Tommy Gantt
  6. Vincenzo Joseph
  7. Chance Marsteller
  8. Dan Vallimont
  9. Joey Lavallee
  10. Quinton Godley
  11. Nazar Kulchytskyy
  12. Dylan Ness
  13. Tyler Berger
  14. Brandon Sorensen
  15. Nick Becker
  16. Branson Ashworth
  17. Nick Incontrera
  18. Evan Barczak
  19. Jake Keating
  20. Jordan Laster
  21. Elroy Perkin
  22. James Hunsberger
  23. Tony Raupp
  24. Jaison White


86kg

  1. Alex Dieringer
  2. Sammy Brooks
  3. Myles Martin
  4. Nathan Jackson
  5. Brett Pfarr
  6. Tim Dudley
  7. Drew Foster
  8. Dom Abounader
  9. Kevin Radford
  10. Josh Asper
  11. CJ Brucki
  12. Stacey Davis
  13. Matt Finesilver
  14. Ryan Loder
  15. Kadeem Samuels
  16. Leo Tarantino
  17. Noel Torres
  18. Ronnie Caudill


97kg

  1. Kyle Snyder
  2. Kyven Gadson
  3. Ty Walz
  4. Kevin Beazley
  5. Michael Macchiavello
  6. Hayden Zillmer
  7. Riley Lefever
  8. Derek White
  9. Daniel Chaid
  10. Jacob Kasper
  11. Enock Francois
  12. Joshua Manu


125kg

  1. Dom Bradley
  2. Youssif Hemida
  3. Anthony Cassar
  4. David Tate Orndorff
  5. Garrett Ryan
  6. Nick Nevills
  7. AJ Nevills
  8. Ceron Francisco
  9. Mauro Correnti
  10. Jeremy Benton
  11. Christopher Campbell
  12. Jacob Evans

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