NCAA Rankings 2017-18
157: Haydin It? I'm Lovin It!
Redshirt freshman Haydin Hidlay is probably not hatin' his undefeated record and #2 ranking. Michael Kemerer may be less than thrilled with falling to #6 after losing to Micah Jordan, but he does not have enough signature wins to keep him above the top five.
At the Big 12s, Archie Colgan avenged his loss to Clay Ream and the two switch adjacent places on the rankings.
Andrew Crone climbs above Tyler Berger after beating him for the second time this year at the Big Ten Championships.
Elsewhere at the EIWAs, Markus Scheidel continues to impress in his senior campaign, winning his bracket and earning a #16 ranking.
|1||JR||Jason Nolf||Penn State||1|
|2||FR||Hayden Hidlay||NC State||3|
|5||JR||Micah Jordan||Ohio State||7|
|7||SO||Joshua Shields||Arizona State||5|
|9||SR||Clayton Ream||ND State||8|
|13||SR||Colin Heffernan||Central Michigan||12|
|14||FR||Kennedy Monday||North Carolina||13|
|15||SR||Luke Zilverberg||SD State||14|
|18||FR||Hunter Willits||Oregon State||NR|
|20||SR||Coleman Hammond||CSU Bakersfield||19|