NCAA Prospect Rankings
Joey Silva At The Top Of 141 Prospect Rankings
Joey Silva grabs the top spot in our 141lb prospect rankings and is one of the most college ready guys in the class of 2018. Hopefully we'll get to see him battle our #2 on this list, Quinn Kinner, for years in the Big Ten as Kinner is headed to Ohio State.
Julian Chlebove did not wrestle this season, which is concerning, but if he can turn that around he is unquestionably one of the best prospects at this weight. Theorius Robison is a guy I think we all wish we saw more of, varied offensively, able to hit big moves, elite athlete, an overall excellent recruit who still has yet to find his college home.
Real Woods has been one of the most steady guys in high school these past four year, and should be able to immediately compete from the top position, especially in the Pac-12. Robbie Howard probably won't be at 141 the next time these rankings come around, but he is a Top-10 prospect anywhere we project him.
Anthony Madrigal is extremely hard to place since he only wrestled five matches this season. Along with Howard, Julian Tagg and Josh Saunders represent two of the most sought after sophomores from the Class of 2020. The mayor of Greensboro Adam Busiello is just ahead of them and rounds out our Top-10.
Two freshman we're very high on are Vinny Zerban and Maximo Renteria. Zerban was second as a freshman in Missouri, and and you can follow Renteria as he goes for a California state title this weekend, LIVE on Flo with brackets on FloArena.
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 e-mail me at Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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