NCAA Prospect Rankings

NCAA Prospect Rankings - 133 Pounds

Patrick Glory takes over the top spot at 133 pounds, with two Penn State commits right behind him. Last week in 125, we had two North Carolina commits ranked, so this is something that the coaches will figure out soon enough.

Cadet world teamer Jordan Decatur lands in the fourth spot and is one of the best neutral wrestlers in the country. Rounding out the top five is NC State commit Jakob Camacho, who started off this season by winning Super 32.

Beyond the top of the list, only four other prospects at this weight are committed to a college. That leaves over half this list still available, in a weight that currently only has three seniors ranked in the top 20 of our NCAA rankings.

Michael Colaiocco has been absolutely dominant this season, winning both Ironman and Beast of the East, with his only loss coming to Robert Howard at WNO Duals. He is competing live on Flo this weekend at National Preps. Richard Figueroa is the favorite to win the 106 title at the California state championships in a couple weeks — which is also streaming live on Flo. Aaron Cashman has been competing in both college opens, as well as overseas, during his year at the Olympic Training Center.

Please remember that these are prospect rankings and not the same as the high school weight class rankings. Wins and losses play a part, but this is more about the long-term potential for these young men. If you have any questions or concerns, please DM @wrestlingnomad on Twitter or email me at

Watch Willie and Nomad discuss the 133 lb prospects on this episode of Who's #1 The Show.

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