Which States Have Produced The Most Who's #1 Competitors?

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Entering its eighth year, Who's #1 has featured the nation's best high school wrestlers in the country year in and year out from coast to coast. After this year, 29 states will have been represented on Who's #1 cards. I don't think you will be surprised by the states that have had the most wrestlers throughout the history of Who's #1, but still cool to see nonetheless. 

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While Pennsylvania has had the most representatives, the Keystone State was shutout last year. No state has had a representative all eight years, but Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Ohio have been represented in seven of the eight years. 

Pennsylvania (24)

Michael Kemerer (2013)

Jason Nolf (2013)

Zach Kelly (2013)

Gavin Teasdale (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)

AC Headlee (2014)

Vincenzo Joseph (2014)

Luke Pletcher (2015)

Jarod Verkleeren (2015)

Hayden Hidlay (2015)

Dakota Geer (2015)

Jordan Wood (2015)

Sammy Sasso (2016, 2017)

Jarod Verkleeren (2016)

Cam Coy (2016)

Mikey Labriola (2016)

Michael Beard (2016, 2017)

Trent Hidlay (2017)

Justin McCoy (2017)

Gavin Hoffman (2017)

Jojo Aragona (2018)

Lenny Pinto (2020)

Jagger Condomitti (2020)

Nick Feldman (2020)

Wyatt Henson (2020)


New Jersey (15)

Joey McKenna (2013)

Johnny Sebastian (2013)

Nick Suriano (2014)

David McFadden (2014)

Myles Martin (2014)

Kyle Bierdumpfel (2015)

Nick Raimo (2016)

Shane Griffith (2016)

Robert Howard (2017)

Pat Glory (2017)

Shayne Van Ness (2019)

Travis Mastrogiovanni (2019, 2020)

Trevor Mastrogiovanni (2019)

Robert Howard (2019)

Dean Peterson (2020)


California (10)

Cade Olivas (2014)

Anthony Valencia (2014)

Zahid Valencia (2014)

Gracie Figueroa (2017)

Jaden Abas (2018)

Jace Luchau (2018)

Richard Figueroa (2018, 2019, 2020)

Jesse Vasquez (2019)

Sonny Santiago (2019)

Cael Valencia (2020)


Ohio (10)

Matt Kolodzik (2014)

Jordan Decatur (2016, 2018)

David Carr (2016, 2017)

Mitch Moore (2017)

Gabe Tagg (2018)

Jacob Decatur (2018)

Carson Kharchla (2018)

Victor Voinovich (2019, 2020)

Paddy Gallagher (2019, 2020)

Seth Shumate (2020)


Illinois (9)

Jered Cortez (2013)

Larry Early III (2014)

Isaiah White (2014)

Rudy Yates (2015)

Austin Gomez (2016)

Kennedy Blades (2018)

Abe Assad (2018)

Mia Palumbo (2020)

Joel Vandervere (2020)


Minnesota (9)

Seth Gross (2013)

Mitch McKee (2014)

Mark Hall (2014)

Bobby Steveson (2014)

Gable Steveson (2015)

Brady Berge (2016)

Pat McKee (2017)

Ryan Sokol (2019)

Patrick Kennedy (2019)


New York (6)

Nick Piccininni (2014)

Yianni Diakomihalis (2015)

Jacori Teemer (2017)

Greg Diakomihalis (2018)

Stevo Poulin (2019)

Jordan Titus (2020)


Oklahoma (6)

Daton Fix (2014, 2015, 2016)

Kaid Brock (2014)

Joe Smith (2014)

Kaden Gfeller (2016)

Jordan Williams (2020)

Tate Picklo (2020)


Florida (5)

Fox Baldwin (2013)

Julian Ramirez (2017, 2018)

Joey Silva (2017)

Anthony Artalona (2017)

Brevin Balmaceda (2018)


Indiana (5)

Chad Red (2015)

Nick Lee (2016)

Brayton Lee (2017)

Joe Lee (2017)

Jesse Mendez (2019, 2020)


Missouri (5)

Grant Leeth (2013)

Michael Pixley (2013)

Ke-Shawn Hayes (2014)

Devin Winston (2018)

Josh Sanders (2018, 2019)


Wisconsin (5)

Beau Breske (2015)

Macey Kilty (2017, 2018)

Keegan O'Toole (2018, 2019)

Eric Barnett (2018)

Kylie Welker (2020)


Arizona (4)

Roman Bravo-Young (2015, 2016, 2017)

Jesse Ybarra (2019)

Anthony Echemendia (2019)

Beau Bartlett (2019)


Michigan (3)

Zac Hall (2013)

Jelani Embree (2016)

Alex Facundo (2018, 2019, 2020)


Georgia (3)

Ryan Millhof (2013)

Sean Russell (2013)

Chase Horne (2020)


Iowa (2)

Fredy Stroker (2013, 2014)

Drake Ayala (2020)


Maryland (2)

Hunter Ritter (2014)

Kyonte Hamilton (2020)


Oregon (2)

Sammy Colbray (2015)

Travis Wittlake (2016)


Utah (2)

Taylor LaMont (2015)

Sage Mortimer (2020)


Virginia (2)

Mason Manville (2013, 2015)

Kurt McHenry (2017, 2018)


Connecticut (1)

Ryan Jack (2019)


Kansas (1)

Kyle Haas (2020)


Kentucky (1)

Nathan Boston (2013)


Nebraska (1)

Jakason Burks (2018, 2019)


New Hampshire (1)

Skylar Hattendorf (2020)


North Dakota (1)

Ryan Blees (2013)


Tennessee (1)

Cody Chittum (2020)


Texas (1)

Nick Reenan (2013, 2015)


Washington (1)

Rylan Rogers (2020)

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2020 Who's #1 Card & Match Order

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

160: Paddy Gallagher vs Travis Mastrogiovanni

138: Joel Vandervere vs Williams/Mendez

120: Richie Figueroa vs Drake Ayala

170: Alex Facundo vs Cael Valencia

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