This weekend the Super 32 took place in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Super 32 has long been the most difficult high school folkstyle tournament in the country and serves as an unofficial kickoff for the upcoming high school season. Representatives from nearly every DI school in the nation were on hand to get a first-hand look at some of the top prospects in the nation. Some of those top recruits have already been spoken for and have committed to wrestle at the next level.
Those wrestlers that made the top-eight at the Super 32 and have committed to wrestle collegiately are listed below, by their future school. Wrestlers without a class listed next to their name are from the Class of 2024.
Karson Tompkins (Texas) - 190 lbs 4th Place
JJ Peace (South Carolina) - 113 lbs 6th Place
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