Junior National freestyle runner-up Victor Voinovich (Brecksville, Ohio) verbally committed to Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon. The No. 14 overall wrestler in the Class of 2021 is also a two-time state placer, having won a state title as a freshman in 2018, and was projected to win a state title last month before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the Ohio State Wrestling Tournament.
I am so grateful to announce I will be continuing my academic and athletic career at Oklahoma State University! Thank you to everyone in my life who has gotten me to this point. I am so excited to see what the future holds for me. Cowboy up. Go Pokes! 🤠🍊 pic.twitter.com/wdgxhhmgiY— Victor Voinovich (@VictorV_3) April 11, 2020
This past season, Voinovich was a runner-up at the Walsh Ironman and Brecksville Holiday tournaments, along with placing fifth at the Beast of the East. He finished the 2019-20 season ranked eighth nationally at 145 pounds.
Voinovich joins Travis Mastrogiovanni (Blair Academy, N.J.) and Kyle Haas (Maize, Kansas) as top 15 overall commits for Oklahoma State in the current junior class. No. 56 Teague Travis (Father Tolton Catholic, Mo.) has also committed to the Cowboys for 2021 recruiting.