190 lb Ironman champion Brayden Thompson an Oklahoma State signee (photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com)
This weekend the toughest in-season high school tournament, the Walsh Jesuit Ironman, took place in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The Ironman has long been the event for the top high school wrestlers to compete against the best in the country and this year was no exception. Plenty of wrestlers that took the mat Friday and Saturday will be racking up wins on the NCAA stage a few short years from now. Some will become All-Americans, national champions, and perhaps even world or Olympic champions. Olympic gold medalists David Taylor and Kyle Snyder are among the most notable alumni from the Ironman.
So, after all the smoke has cleared, how did your favorite school's recruits fare at the Ironman? We've combed through the brackets to find out how all of them performed. Not just the placewinners, but all of the recruits who have publicly announced commitments.
Josh Cordio (Wyoming Seminary, PA) - 2-2: 190 lbs
Andrew Harmon (Bethlehem Catholic, PA) - 7th: 157 lbs
Talon McCollom (Edmond North, OK) - 0-2; 175 lbs; Class of 2024
Jeremiah Price (Surry Central, NC) - 5th: 150 lbs
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