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  1. Evan Wick Announces His Next Move

    Evan Wick Announces His Next Move

    Jun 15, 2021

    Evan Wick has announced his new college destination. He announced his decision today on FloWrestling Radio Live.
  2. Which 2023 Prospect Should Your Team's Coach Be Calling On June 15th?

    Which 2023 Prospect Should Your Team's Coach Be Calling On June 15th?

    Jun 11, 2021

    Recruiting 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.
  3. Gomez, Traxler Decide Next Stops

    Gomez, Traxler Decide Next Stops

    Jun 2, 2021

    Two of the top wrestlers in the transfer portal announced their future plans on Tuesday.
  4. Bader Show: Braxton Amos

    Bader Show: Braxton Amos

    Apr 27, 2021

    Bader & Kyle Klingman talk with Braxton Amos before he competes in the upcoming Junior Nationals in both Freestyle and Greco.
  5. Andrew McNally Narrows Transfer Decision To Four Schools

    Andrew McNally Narrows Transfer Decision To Four Schools

    Apr 14, 2021

    As soon as the 2021 NCAA Championships came to an end in St. Louis, the transfer portal became the biggest storyline in college wrestling. Who would go in, and those who do enter, where would they end up? 
  6. Who Gets The Horns? 165-Pound Big Ten Preview

    Who Gets The Horns? 165-Pound Big Ten Preview

    Mar 5, 2021

    Soon there will be a gathering where the Big Ten 165-pounders will vie for the great prize. While the fate of humanity does not hinge on the outcome, it is still a pretty big deal. As this strange covid season of 2021 reaches the conclusion, we find Alex Marinelli as the undisputed #1 seed, despite having only wrestled in two dual meets.