Which 2023 Prospect Should Your Team's Coach Be Calling On June 15th?
Jun 11, 2021Recruiting for college coaches is a 365 day a year job, but a couple of dates in particular stick out. One of those being June 15th, the first day that coaches can legally begin contacting rising juniors. Three top-100 recruits have already verbally committed: #1 Cody Chittum to Minnesota and #2 Christian Carroll and #21 Kannon Webster to Illinois. Don't worry Gopher and Illini fans, I've still got you covered. There are many great programs and recruits that didn't get recognition in this article, however. This isn't because those programs aren't good options for top recruits or kids worthy of recognition, but rather to keep this article to a consumable length.
Pac-12 Is Doubling Down On Wrestling
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Way Too Early Lineup Look: 2021-2022 Arizona State Sun Devils
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Pac-12 Coaches Fight For The Future Of West Coast Wrestling
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Arizona State Brings Home First NCAA Team Trophy Since 1995
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