NCAA Rankings 2018-19
184 Myles Martin
Chaos reigns once again as the weight class continues to shuffle along, except at the top, where undefeated Myles Martin has stayed all year long.
Zack Zavatsky won the ACC and stays at number two. Max Dean beat Ryan Preisch at EIWAs and received help when Nick Reenan and Taylor Venz suffered losses at the ACCs and Big Tens respectively to claim the third spot.
Dakota Geer was part of the Oklahoma State slide that saw several wrestlers cut down a weight class to make room for Preston Weigel at 197. Geer lands at #15, providing evidence for how deep the weight class is.
Re-entering the top 20 are Max Lyon and Nick Gravina, who both notched quality wins at the Big Ten tournament. Their inclusion pushed Jelani Embree of Michigan and Tate Samuelson of Wyoming out of the rankings.
|1||SR||Myles Martin||Ohio State||1|
|2||SR||Zachary Zavatsky||Virginia Tech||2|
|5||SO||Nick Reenan||NC State||3|
|6||SR||Shakur Rasheed||Penn State||7|
|11||SO||Samuel Colbray||Iowa State||11|
|13||SR||Chip Ness||North Carolina||14|
|15||SO||Dakota Geer||OK State||NR|
|16||JR||Corey Hazel||Lock Haven||16|