2020 Who's #1

Jordan Titus & Dean Peterson Meet Again For The #1 Ranking At 126

Jordan Titus & Dean Peterson Meet Again For The #1 Ranking At 126

When Jordan Titus and Dean Peterson meet for the second time at Who's #1, it will be for the top spot at 126.

Aug 28, 2020 by Kyle Bratke
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When Jordan Titus and Dean Peterson square off October 3 at Who's #1, it won't be the first time the two top-20 recruits in the class of 2021 have squared off. Back in October of 2019, it was Titus who came out on top when the two met in a Super 32 consolation semifinal match.

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When Jordan Titus and Dean Peterson square off October 3 at Who's #1, it won't be the first time the two top-20 recruits in the class of 2021 have squared off. Back in October of 2019, it was Titus who came out on top when the two met in a Super 32 consolation semifinal match.

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Watch Titus and Peterson clash at Super 32.

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Titus, a West Virginia commit, became the first wrestler from New York to win the Walsh Jesuit Ironman back in December when he beat Virginia Tech commit Cooper Flynn in the finals. Titus won his second straight New York state title in February and has been in the state finals four consecutive years now since athletes can begin competing in high school athletics in seventh grade in The Empire State. Titus finished in fourth place at last year's Super 32 Challenge and was an NHSCA Sophomore Nationals champion in 2019. 

Watch Titus beat Flynn in the Ironman finals. 

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Princeton commit Dean Peterson enters his senior season at St. John Vianney as three-time New Jersey state finalist and two-time defending state champion. Peterson also won the prestigious Beast Of The East back in December and was fifth at the 2019 Super 32 Challenge after falling to eventual champion Jordan Williams on the frontside and Titus on the backside. 

Watch Peterson take out Purdue commit Dustin Norris at Super 32. 

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New York vs New Jersey with the #1 ranking in the country on the line. It doesn't get better than that. 

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Full Who's #1 Card

138: Jesse Mendez vs Jordan Williams

145: Kylie Welker vs Skylar Hattendorf

182: Lenny Pinto vs Rylan Rogers

126: Jordan Titus vs Dean Peterson

152: Victor Voinovich vs Jagger Condomitti

285: Kyonte Hamilton vs Chase Horne

220: Kyle Haas vs Nick Feldman

145: Cody Chittum vs Wyatt Henson

195: Seth Shumate vs Tate Picklo

112: Sage Mortimer vs Mia Palumbo

132: Nic Bouzakis vs Ryan Crookham

160: Paddy Gallagher vs Travis Mastrogiovanni

120: Richie Figueroa vs Drake Ayala

170: Alex Facundo vs Cael Valencia

138: Joel Vandervere vs Williams/Mendez