2021 Southeast Regionals

What To Watch This Weekend At USA Wrestling Regionals

What To Watch This Weekend At USA Wrestling Regionals

USA Wrestling regional action resumes this weekend with a pair of tournaments, and there will be plenty of top talent in action.

May 20, 2021 by Andy Hamilton
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USA Wrestling regional action resumes this weekend with a pair of tournaments. The entry lists this week feature a collection of nationally-ranked contestants, Division-I bound prospects, Super 32 placewinners and Fargo All-Americans. 

Here’s a look at some of the top wrestlers to watch at the Central and Southeast Regionals. 


Central Regional

When: Freestyle on Saturday and Greco-Roman on Sunday 

Where: Fort Wayne, Indiana

How To Watch: Trackwrestling 

Who You Don’t Want To Miss: Some of the nation’s top lightweights will be on display this weekend in Fort Wayne, including Braeden Davis (#5 at 113), Dillon Campbell (#6 at 113), Zeke Seltzer (#4 at 132) and Iowa State commit Casey Swiderski (#8 at 145). Davis and Seltzer turned in excellent performances last fall at the Super 32, placing second and third, respectively. Wisconsin’s Mitchell Mesenbrink (#10 at 152) is coming off a terrific showing earlier this spring at the National Recruiting Showcase. Like Mesenbrink, Jared Simma also claimed a title at the Recruiting Showcase. Michigan’s Stoney Buell (#19 at 182) won a Fargo 16U freestyle title in 2019. Ohio state champ Dylan Fishback (#6 at 182) is headed to North Carolina State. 


Southeast Regional

When: Greco-Roman on Friday and freestyle on Saturday 

Where: Jacksonville, Florida 

How To Watch: FloWrestling 

Who You Don’t Want To Miss: Cadet freestyle World Team member Luke Lilledahl (#6 at 106) and Junior Greco World Teamer Matthew Singleton (#3 at 170) are two of the headliners here in a field that’s attracted wrestlers from all over the country. Alabama’s Yanni Vines grabbed the 113-pound title at the National Recruiting Showcase. Florida’s Kai Owen is a four-time Fargo All-American. Henry Porter (#15 at 145) placed third at the California state meet in 2020.