2022-23 Michigan High School Rankings

150 pounds

Gilcher, a future Michigan Wolverine and four-time Division 1 state champion, is ranked #4 in the nation at 152 after an outstanding offseason, which included being the only state of Michigan wrestler to win both Super 32 and Grappler Fall Classic titles. Gilcher also finished sixth in junior freestyle is his Fargo debut and took fourth at the U20 United States Open freestyle competition where his most stunning offseason win took place. There, he knocked off two-time NCAA qualifier Ryan Jack (North Carolina State), who is #4 at 141 pounds in the latest NCAA rankings. 

At Super 32, Gilcher, #40 on the Class of 2023 Big Board, took care of Florida's Cooper Haase (#8, 152) and Pennsylvania's Collin Gaj (#5, 145). In Fargo, his best win came against three-time Wisconsin state champion Gavin Drexler. In a clash of unbeaten 2022 Michigan state champions, Gilcher decisioned Dundee's Aiden Davis, 10-4, in the GFC title match at 145. Gilcher also owns wins over Arizona's Tyler Kasak (#24 pound-for-pound), Iowa's Ryder Block (#2, 138) and current Wyoming freshman Jore Volk, an NCAA qualifier. 

Gilcher finished 32-0 this season and his final high school record is 140-4.

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