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Jax Forrest is from North Carolina but has moved to Pennsylvania where he is a class of 2026 wrestler for Bishop McCort High School. In 2022 he became a U17 World silver medalist at 55kg.

  1. Over 30 Ranked Wrestlers Headed To Journeymen Fall Classic

    Over 30 Ranked Wrestlers Headed To Journeymen Fall Classic

    Sep 28, 2022

    The Journeymen Fall Classic annually hosts some of the nation's toughest high school wrestlers, and this year is no different. Check out everyone registered for the main event below with national rankings listed where applicable. With potential matchups like #1 Jax Forrest vs #2 Luke Lilledahl and #2 Tyler Kasak vs #4 PJ Duke, you won't want to miss this action.
  2. Elite 8 Duals College Fan Guide

    Elite 8 Duals College Fan Guide

    Sep 22, 2022

    Fans of NCAA wrestling won't want to miss the Elite 8 Duals this weekend. With more than a couple dozen college commits representing 19 schools and a ton of ranked but uncommitted wrestlers in action, college fans will get a preview of the future of D1 wrestling. Here's a list of who's committed already and the ranked wrestlers who still need to make their college decision. If you see a committed wrestler we missed, let us know!
  3. Can Luke Stanich Dethrone No. 1 Jax Forrest This Weekend At Elite 8 Duals?

    Can Luke Stanich Dethrone No. 1 Jax Forrest This Weekend At Elite 8 Duals?

    Sep 21, 2022

    What is the greatest high school wrestling event in this country every year? Fargo? U17 World Team Trials? Super 32? You wouldn’t be wrong if you answer with any one of those events, but even in its infancy, the Elite 8 duals can boast a higher concentration of talent than any other high school events on the calendar.
  4. 50 Ranked Matchups Set For Day 1 At Elite 8 Duals!

    50 Ranked Matchups Set For Day 1 At Elite 8 Duals!

    Sep 20, 2022

    By the end of the Elite 8 Duals on September 24 and 25, the rankings will be in shambles. If all teams send out their starting lineups on day 1, we'll see 50 ranked matchups during pool action alone. The number of ranked bouts will soar on day 2 as the best teams progress through the bracket.
  5. Elite 8 Duals Pools & Day 1 Matchups Released!

    Elite 8 Duals Pools & Day 1 Matchups Released!

    Sep 19, 2022

    On September 24 and 25, Elite 8 Duals will throw the rankings into chaos when nearly seventy ranked wrestlers descend on Atlanta for the toughest high school dual tournament on the calendar. Pools and day 1 matchups have been set.
  6. Who's Number One College Fan Guide & Recruiting Watch

    Who's Number One College Fan Guide & Recruiting Watch

    Sep 7, 2022

    Who's Number One gives college wrestling fans a glimpse of what they can look forward to in just a few years on the NCAA stage. we've seen matchups between NCAA finalists like Jason Nolf vs Joey McKenna in 2013, Nick Suriano vs Daton Fix and Zahid Valencia vs Myles Martin in 2014, and Nick Lee vs Sammy Sasso in 2016. The athletes at Who's Number One will make their mark in college wrestling. Get ready for Friday's action by seeing who's already committed, and read about the uncommitted recruits who your team might snag.
  7. Nearly 30% Of The Nation's Top 10's Are Heading To Elite 8 Duals!

    Nearly 30% Of The Nation's Top 10's Are Heading To Elite 8 Duals!

    Aug 20, 2022

    After Who's Number One on September 9, the Elite 8 Duals will set the stage for Super 32 like no other event can. It's exclusive. Only 12 teams are allowed in, but those 12 teams will bring an unbelievable number of ranked high school wrestlers. These duals have only been around for a couple of years, but they've already become one of the top stops on the calendar for D1-bound recruits.
  8. World Medalists Forrest & Jesuroga Collide For Round 4 At Who's Number One

    World Medalists Forrest & Jesuroga Collide For Round 4 At Who's Number One

    Aug 9, 2022

    On the evening of May 1st, Jax Forrest and Nate Jesuroga stared at the South Point jumbotron while they waited on the results of a challenge to determine which one of them would represent Team USA at the U17 World Championships in Rome. Forrest won the challenge, the series, and ultimately, a World Silver Medal which means that, in hindsight, wrestling fans were watching World silver and World bronze medalists compete for just one spot. Now, the rivalry will be renewed on September 9 at Who's Number One.