NCAA Rankings 2018-19
184 Myles Martin
All-American Drew Foster got back to his winning ways, taking out Zack Zavatsky twice and rising star Lou DePrez at the CKLV to climb up from #10 to #4. DePrez had a solid tourney in Vegas, too, taking out All-American Max Dean as well as Will Schany, Jelani Embree and Kayne MacCallum, and losing only to Foster and Myles Martin. DePrez and Corey Hazel, who beat DePrez at the Black Knight Invitational, jump into the top 10 as a result.
Max Dean, despite getting revenge on Chip Ness after losing to the Tar Heel in the seventh-place match of NCAAs, drops to #11 due to Foster, Hazel and DePrez all leap-frogging him.
Ness drops to #14 after losing to Will Schany, who came from seemingly out of nowhere to place seventh in Vegas. But that was after Schany dropped his pigtail bout to Nino Bonaccorsi. Schany roared through the wrestlebacks, beating Christian LaFragola, Dalton Robertson, Owen Webster, Tanner Harvey, and Ness. Schany dropped his next two matches to DePrez and Bonaccorsi again, but still debuts this season at #13.
Sammy Colbray beat intra-state rival Cash Wilcke in the scintillating dual meet in Iowa City to enter the rankings ahead of Wilcke, who drops to #17.
Noah Stewart continues to have a solid season, beating the talented Kordell Norfleet of Arizona State. Norman Conley, who has a win over Schany earlier this season, jumps into the rankings, leaving no room for Canten Marriott of Missouri and Cameron Caffey of Michigan State, who do not have a comparable win.
|1||SR||Myles Martin||Ohio State||1|
|5||SR||Zack Zavatsky||Virginia Tech||4|
|6||SR||Shakur Rasheed||Penn State||5|
|7||SO||Nick Reenan||NC State||6|
|9||JR||Corey Hazel||Lock Haven||15|
|14||SR||Chip Ness||North Carolina||9|
|16||SO||Sammy Colbray||Iowa State||NR|
|19||SO||Dakota Geer||OK State||14|