Class Of 2019 Big Board
Kharchla Up, Chlebove Back
Our Top 100 Seniors are reordered here with Fargo providing the evidence/rationale for most movement.
In the next few weeks we'll roll out updates for all classes before Super 32.
At the Top
The Top 4 remain the same. Among the Top 10, the only new face is Carson Kharchla, who was #24 previously.
Jaden Abas took a loss but rallied to win 10 straight to take 3rd. We like him much more in folk, and as such have boosted him to #6 overall.
Also back in the fold is Julian Chlebove, who is reportedly back to wrestling this season.
Ryan Anderson - didn't wrestle much since the state tournament. It's tough to get a gauge on what his projected college weight will be. We're anxious to see him at S32.
Julian Chlebove - off the radar while sitting out the 2017-18 season, we haven't seen Julian since S32 last year where he beat both Josh Saunders and Jordan Crace. It's tough to gauge what level he's currently at, but prior to his troubles he was one of our favorite, highest-rated prospects who we felt had the skill set that translated to college.
Carson Kharchla - the talk of Fargo. Kharchla could be higher. But it was a singular performance (he lost to Rocky Jordan and Julian Ramirez at Ironman last year). A good showing this fall could have him move even higher.
Theorius Robison - raw prospect who, in my opinion could be an NCAA finalist. The concern is he wants to play football AND wrestle in college. I'm not optimistic that works out well.
Cam Amine - defaulted out of Fargo in the semi's. Loved what we saw before that. Again, we'll learn a lot more in Greensboro as he's registered for S32.
#10-Kharchla - from #24
#11-Keckeisen - from #30
#17-Lovett - from #38
#22-Gabe Tagg - from #66
#28-Alex Cramer - from #70
#29-Michael Wolfgram - from Unranked
#32-Jace Luchau - from #62
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