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    2022-23's Top 50 Collegiate Wrestlers: #36 - #40

    Arizona State's 2x All-American Michael McGee (photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com)

    During the 2021-22 preseason, InterMat debuted our top-50 wrestlers list and revealed all 50 day-by-day in the lead up to the regular season. Our second iteration of this feature will spotlight five wrestlers at a time, going from 50 to number one.

    For each wrestler, we'll have some basic information along with career highlights, a brief analysis of their collegiate career (with a focus on last season), along with their outlook for the upcoming season.

    For earlier wrestlers

    #46 - 50

    #41 - 45

    40) Jacori Teemer (Arizona State)
    Arizona State's 2x All-American Jacori Teemer (photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com)

    Weight: 157 lbs

    Year: Junior

    Career Record: 52-11

    Hometown: Long Beach, New York

    Collegiate Accomplishments: 2x NCAA All-American (4th, 6th), 2020 NWCA Second Team All-American, 3x Pac-12 Champion

    2021 Top 50 Ranking: #35

    The first member of our top-50 list that returns from the 2021 edition, Jacori Teemer did so after collecting All-American honors for a second time. Teemer successfully navigated the regular season and Pac-12 tournament without a loss, heading into Detroit. With David Carr (Iowa State) and Ryan Deakin (Northwestern) also unbeaten, Teemer had to settle for the third seed.

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