2020 Domestic Rankings - Men's Freestyle

57 Kilograms

With World bronze medalist Joe Colon at #7, and the man who was supposed to wrestle at that same World Championships before getting injured, Nahshon Garrett, at #9, 57 kg is likely the US' deepest weight.

Although Daton Fix was the World Team rep last year, Gilman got the last laugh at the Matteo Pellicone in January and leads the series all-time 4-3. Behind those two is Spencer Lee. He went through Vito Arujau, Nathan Tomasello, and Darian Cruz en route to his 2019 Senior Nationals title.

While Seth Gross and Arujau both have wins over Nick Suriano, Arujau's loss to Zane Richards at the 2019 US Open drops him below Gross who is 4-0 at 57 kg. Like I said before, a World medalist at #7 is crazy for the US, but that's what has to happen when Suriano defeated Colon at 2019 Beat the Streets.

Richards did beat Nahshon Garrett at the 2019 Bill Farrell. However, his losses to Josh Rodriguez, Alan Waters, and Jack Mueller hold him back over Garrett, who has a win over Alan Waters and two over Colon.

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