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  1. 2022-23 NCAA 197-Pound Preseason Preview: Max Dean Leads Crowded Field

    2022-23 NCAA 197-Pound Preseason Preview: Max Dean Leads Crowded Field

    Aug 30, 2022

    This weight is similar to last season where the field is deep and at least 20 different wrestlers have a legitimate shot of finding their way to the podium. Returning champion Max Dean of Penn State is the favorite after a 23-1 season.
  2. US Open: U20 Ultimate Preview & Predictions

    US Open: U20 Ultimate Preview & Predictions

    Apr 28, 2022

    U20 Nationals (formerly known as UWW Junior Nationals) is one of my favorite age-level tournaments every year. The top high school upperclassmen get to test themselves against the best first or second year college guys who are often hungry to compete coming out of redshirt. It's the first step in making the Junior World Team as the winner of this event will earn an automatic berth to the best-of-three wrestle-off series against the World Team Trials challenge tournament champion in June.
  3. Can #2 Tate Picklo Take Out #1 Seth Shumate At Who's #1?

    Can #2 Tate Picklo Take Out #1 Seth Shumate At Who's #1?

    Sep 1, 2020

    Mustang Oklahoma's Tate Picklo is new to 195, and he already has the chance to earn the top spot in the rankings, but it won't be easy. In his way will be Coffman, Ohio's Seth Shumate, a Junior with an already ridiculous hit list.
  4. How To Watch: Who's #1

    How To Watch: Who's #1

    Aug 24, 2020

    Here's how to watch 2020 Who's #1 on FloWrestling.
  5. Picklo, Henson, And Pinto Make Their College Commitments

    Picklo, Henson, And Pinto Make Their College Commitments

    Oct 26, 2019

    Three big recruits came off the board last week. Click on the links below for further details on their college commitments from last week.
  6. #12 Tate Picklo Chooses The Sooners

    #12 Tate Picklo Chooses The Sooners

    Oct 20, 2019

    Tate Picklo, the 12th ranked 170-pound high schooler out of Mustang, Oklahoma, announced today on social media that he will be continuing his academic and athletic career at the University of Oklahoma.