NCAA Rankings 2018-19
P4P Jason Nolf
Vincenzo Joseph is the first Nittany Lion starter from 157 to 197 to take a loss. He drops a few spots after getting beat by Alex Marinelli, but does not fall below the Hawkeye, as pound-for-pound rankings put more weight on past results than the weight class rankings, and the two-time NCAA champ still has a stronger historical resume than the Bull. At least for now.
Marinelli does make a big leap up in the rankings to #11, ahead of his teammate, Spencer Lee, who slips another spot after a second consecutive loss to Sebastian Rivera. Sea Bass moves up to #10 thanks to his undefeated season.
Gable Steveson drops out of the rankings after his loss to Anthony Cassar. As a true freshman, Steveson does not have the cushion that previous years' results would provide. Cassar nabs that final position after winning Big Tens.
|1||SR||Jason Nolf||Penn State||1||157|
|2||SR||Bo Nickal||Penn State||2||197|
|3||JR||Mark Hall||Penn State||3||174|
|5||SR||Myles Martin||Ohio State||6||184|
|6||JR||Vincenzo Joseph||Penn State||4||165|
|7||JR||Zahid Valencia||Arizona State||7||174|
|13||SR||Joey McKenna||Ohio State||12||141|
|14||JR||Kollin Moore||Ohio State||13||197|
|16||SR||Micah Jordan||Ohio State||16||149|
|19||FR||Daton Fix||OK State||20||133|
|20||SR||Anthony Cassar||Penn State||NR||285|