145 At Super 32 Could Be A Breakout Tournament For Multiple Wrestlers

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While the top four guys at 145 lbs not competing this year, there will still be six top-20 kids in the mix. This isn't necessarily a bad thing as it means there is a good chance this turns into a breakout tournament for somebody.

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Scroll down to the bottom to check out all the ranked wrestlers competing and the unranked guys you should keep an eye on. They could all be the breakout wrestler at this weight.

Welsh Moving Up

Rocco Welsh, 10th, PA

We had heard inklings that Pennsylvania standout Rocco Welsh was moving up and this confirms it. The Waynesburg sophomore was a state finalist last year at 126 and currently ranked #8 at 132. This could create lineup problems as senior Iowa commit and teammate Wyatt Henson is currently at this weight, too.

Despite only being a sophomore, moving up three weights from last season, and only being ranked #8, Welsh has the ability to win this bracket.

Watch Rocco Welsh take out current Navy freshman Luke Lucerne to make the PA state finals below.

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Two Standout Seniors

#18 Henry Porter, 12th, CA

#19 Alex Martin, 12th, OH

Back-to-back in the 145-lb rankings, Henry Porter and Alex Martin are two very solid seniors. Porter took third at the California state tournament last year and Martin went through a heck of a run at 2019 Super 32 to take third. The two just met at the Grappler Fall Classic with Porter winning 2-1.

Four Fantastic Freshmen

Angelo Ferrari, 9th, OK

Kael Voinovich, 9th, OH

Conner Harer, 9th, PA

Zack Ryder, 9th, GA

If you think you recognize the last names of the first two guys, you probably do. They are the younger brothers of Oklahoma State commit Victor Voinovich and Oklahoma State freshman AJ Ferrari. Kael made the Super 32 middle school finals last year at 136 lbs and some people are predicting that Angelo may be the best Ferrari of the three brothers.

Conner Harer is another freshman who made the Super 32 middle school finals last year.

Watch Conner Harer make the 2019 Super 32 middle school finals below.

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Zack Ryder is only a freshman, but already a two-time New York state champion with their high school eligibility rules.

Southern Studs

#7 Garrison Dendy, 11th, GA/TN

#15 Michael Killic, 11th, GA

Garrison Dendy is a force to be reckoned with and will be looking for redemption after falling just short of the podium at last year’s Super 32. Originally from Georgia, he now lives and goes to school in Baylor, Tennessee, while training at Cody Chittum’s club: Boom Ranch.

From and still currently abiding in Georgia is Michael Killic. Killic is an NHCSA champion, a Fargo Greco champion, and a state champion. He recently took out both #17 Nick Fea and #18 Henry Porter at the Grappler Fall Classic.

Watch Michael Killic win a 2019 NHSCA title below.

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Ranked Wrestlers

#5 Gavin Grown, 11th, OH

#7 Garrison Dendy, 11th, GA/TN

#8 (132) Rocco Welsh, 10th, PA

#15 Michael Killic, 11th, GA

#18 Henry Porter, 12th, CA

#19 Alex Martin, 12th, OH

Unranked Wrestlers To Watch

Alex Ramirez, 12th, CA

Zack Ryder, 9th, NY

Derek Raike, 11th, WV

Nathaniel Pulliam, 12th, MO

Dreyzon Phillips, 12th, IA

Cael Rahnavard, 12th, IA

Nick Fea, 11th, NY

Nathan Higley, 12th, PA

Kael Voinovich, 9th, OH

Kaleb Larkin, 11th, AZ

Angelo Ferrari, 9th, OK

Joey Blaze, 10th, OH

Conner Harer, 9th, PA

Other Weight Class Previews

106 - Super 32 Could Determine The #1 Spot At 106

113 - 113 Is Wide Open At Super 32

120 - Ranked Wrestlers And Returning Champ At 120

126 - Can Ayala Keep The Momentum Rolling Up At 126 At Super 32?

132 - Can Anyone Take Out The Champ At 132?

138 - Who Will Bring Home The Belt At 138?

152 - Can Anthony Ferrari Survive The Super 32 152-Pound Gauntlet?

160 - The Parity At 160lbs Makes It A Must-Watch Weight At Super 32

170 - Who Breaks Through at 170?

182 - Rylan Rogers Will Have To Navigate An Incredible 182 Field

195 - At 195lbs, Will Shumate Punch Through At Super 32?

220 - High-Flying Big Men Headline 220lbs At Super 32

285 - A Big Super 32 Preview For The Big Boys

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Myles Martin, Gabe Dean, Keith Gavin, Drew Foster, Sammy Brooks, Nate Jackson, Taylor Lujan, and Shakur Rasheed will do battle in an 8-man bracket with $20,000 going to the winner, $10,000 to the runner-up, $5,000 to the third-place finisher, $2,500 to the fourth-place finisher, and $1,000 to the first round losers.

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Bader and Bray sit down with Taylor Lujan and Katherine Shai who both had strong showings at Senior Nationals.

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FRL 565 - USA Not Going To Worlds, Iowa-Penn State Whiteboard War

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On episode 565 of FRL, the boys talk about USA Wrestling not going to the Senior World Championships and do a Penn State-Iowa whiteboard war. 

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What To Watch For At Super 32: The New Jersey Edition

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I wasn’t sure this weekend would come, but we finally made it.

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#5 220 Nate Schon Commits

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One of Pennsylvania's best big men has made his college decision. Current #5 220-pounder and #30 on the Senior Big Board, Nate Schon will be heading to Ames, IA, to be Cyclone.

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The Complete 2020 Super 32 Women's Preview

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The toughest high school preseason tournament of the year is a title that applies to both Super 32's men and women's divisions. This year we are expecting 73 nationally ranked young women to make their way to Myrtle Beach for this year's star-studded event. 

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A Big Super 32 Preview For The Big Boys

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We saved the best for last. Too many times heavyweight is the overlooked weight class in a tournament, but that won't be the case this weekend. I'm officially putting the must-watch tag on this weight as the nation's top three ranked wrestlers will be battling to bring home the belt. 

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Team USA Will Not Send A Team To The Senior World Championships

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PRESS RELEASE FROM USA WRESTLING - USA Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the United States, will not send a team to compete at the 2020 Senior World Wrestling Championships, set for Belgrade, Serbia, Dec. 12-20.

Rylan Rogers Will Have To Navigate An Incredible 182 Field At Super 32

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Before taking a loss to Lenny Pinto at Who’s #1, Rylan Rogers was the consensus #1 182-pounder in the country. On paper, he’ll be the favorite this weekend, but with six top-10 guys in the field, bringing home the belt is far from a done deal. 

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Bader Show: Brooks Wheelan & Gabe Dean

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Bader and Bray sit down with comedian Brooks Wheelan and Senior Nationals champ Gabe Dean.

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