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5 minutes ago, Hammerlock3 said:

are they? I'm blocked....

Just another post-NCAA downward spiral by Tom Ryan.  Nothung extraordinarily out of character.

Basically someone said something about Michigan and transfers, no mention of NIL.  Pyle responded and said every top 10 program, non-Ivy, has had a transfer.  Someone posted some schools, tOSU was on their list.  Pyle was like 'nah bro' and pointed out a few of the transfers - again not saying NIL was involved.  Ryan took it as an insult that NIL was mentioned (it wasn't) and has looked rather silly.

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21 minutes ago, nhs67 said:

Pyle and tOSU's Tom Ryan going at it on Twatter.

It's great.

Ryan talks all high and mighty but the amount of shenanigans that happened with bringing in McKenna is worse then all this Michigan NIL money, not to mention Tashon Campbell announced he was transferring to Ohio state literally the day after ncaas a few years back 

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2 minutes ago, Antitroll2828 said:

Ryan talks all high and mighty but the amount of shenanigans that happened with bringing in McKenna is worse then all this Michigan NIL money, not to mention Tashon Campbell announced he was transferring to Ohio state literally the day after ncaas a few years back 

Ryan's implication, that he isn't using the portal cause he's so ethical, is a joke. He just happened to have a young talented team and it makes no sense to shop for seniors over them.

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I have questioned how long Tyler Wells will be able to make 133 for. I wouldn’t mind a redshirt, kind of how Mike Thorn and Mitch McKee wrestled right away and took some lumps initially and were very good there final 3 years, McKee never redshirted though.

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Weight WS Rank Athlete 2024-25 Year Hometown Transferring From Transferring To
174 2 Dean Hamiti Senior Joliet, IL Wisconsin Oklahoma State
197 2 Jacob Cardenas Graduate Kearny, NJ Cornell Michigan
174 5 Lennox Wolak Graduate Columbus, OH Columbia Virginia Tech
285 6 Yaraslau Slavikouski Graduate Rechitsa, BY Rutgers  
157 11 Tommy Askey Graduate Pine Bush, NY App State  
165 11 Caleb Fish Graduate Eaton Rapids, MI Michigan State Oklahoma State
157 16 Chase Saldate Senior Gilroy, CA Michigan State Michigan
285 17 Dorian Crosby Graduate Erie, PA Bucknell  
133 19 Ethan Oakley Junior Trinity, NC App State  
133 19 Connor McGonagle Graduate Danville, NH Lehigh  
197 21 Evan Bockman Graduate Anchorage, AK Utah Valley  
165 22 Josh Ogunsanya Graduate River Forest, IL Columbia  
184 22 Brock Delsignore Junior Ballston Lake, NY NC State  
149 25 Jaivon Jones Graduate Shaker Heights, OH Northern Illinois  
125 28 Ramazan Attasauov Junior Nalchik, RU Iowa State Illinois
149 31 Sammy Alvarez Graduate Garfield, NJ Oklahoma State Rider
157 31 Jason Kraisser Graduate Ellicott City, MD Iowa State  
184 33 Maximus Hale Graduate West Chester, PA Penn  
133 34 Sydney Flores Graduate West Covina, CA Air Force  
157 35 Clayton Ulrey Graduate Grantville, PA Virginia Tech  
125 35 Colton Camacho Graduate Delmont, PA Pitt  
184 35 Rylan Rogers Sophomore Coeur d'Alene, ID Michigan  
125 37 Nick Babin Graduate Westwood, NJ Columbia  
197 37 Spencer Mooberry Junior Osage, IA NDSU  
157 38 Nick Stampoulos Sophomore Newark, NJ Buffalo Lock Haven
133 38 Angelo Rini Senior Mayfield Heights, OH Columbia  
165 39 Charlie Darracott Graduate Flowery Branch, GA Stanford  
197 39 Sam Mitchell Graduate Marshfield, WI Buffalo  
141 42 Nathan Higley Sophomore Sullivan County, PA George Mason  
157 44 Brock McMillen Junior Coalport, PA Pitt  
197 47 Carter Blough Sophomore Lowell, MI Michigan State  
125 49 Evan Tallmadge Freshman Brick NJ Navy Pitt
149 52 Justin Rivera Graduate Orlando, FL Campbell  
184 55 Chase Kranitz Sophomore Irwin, PA Buffalo  
165 57 Carter Schubert Freshman Marion, NY Cal Baptist  
174 59 Jay Nivison Graduate Davison, MI Buffalo  
285 59 Xavier Doolin Junior Kansas City, MO Northern Colorado  
285 60 Ryan Boersma Sophomore Channahon, IL Missouri  
157 61 Jeremy Paradice Sophomore Moultrie, GA Chattanooga  
157 63 Carter Martinson Sophomore Altoona, IA Iowa  
197 63 Billy Janzer Junior Elk Township, NJ Rutgers  
184 63 James Lledo Graduate Lower Merrion, PA Pitt  
141 63 Sam Ewing Freshman Pleasant Hills, MO Buffalo  
184 64 Connor Strong Senior Bel Air, MD Penn  
133 65 Tommy Maddox Graduate Washingtonville, NY Buffalo  
125 70 Tristan Daugherty Graduate Peoria, IL Buffalo  
184 70 Devin Wasley Sophomore Hammond, WI Minnesota  
125 71 Dominic Chavez Junior Arlington, TX Presbyterian  
174 73 Darrien Roberts Graduate Bethlehem, PA Oklahoma Morgan State
141 76 Benjamin Lunn Graduate Shakopee, MN Minnesota  
184 78 Branson Britten Junior Amarillo, TX Northern Colorado  
149 79 Joel Jesuroga Sophomore Pleasant Hill, IA Iowa  
285 81 Billy Brosko Freshman Newtown Square, PA Drexel  
125 85 Zachary Espalin Junior GIlbert, AZ Navy  
285 85 Andrew Blackburn-Forst Sophomore Lockport, IL Northern Colorado  
165 85 Luke Odom Graduate Edwardsville, IL Illinois  
125 86 Tristan Mascarenas Graduate Rio Rancho, NM Arizona State  
197 87 Brad Morrison Junior Landisburg, PA Lock Haven  
149 88 Ty Linsenbigler Junior Landisville, PA Lock Haven  
197 92 Lathan Duda Junior Broken Bow, NE NDSU  
157 92 Nick Delp Graduate New Kensington, PA Bucknell  
165 94 Bryce Sanderlin Graduate Chesapeake, VA Davidson  
149 96 Ryan Michaels Graduate McKeesport, PA Pitt  
165 97 Carson Miller Freshman Granville, OH Pitt  
285 98 Gage Cook Sophomore Granger, WA Army  
149 99 Gabe Onorato Junior Gibbstown, NJ Drexel  
197 99 Ruben Karapetyan Freshman Bethesda, MD George Mason  
285 104 Lonnell Owens-Pabon Sophomore Crofton, MD Buffalo  
165 105 Mateo de la Pena Sophomore Federal Way, WA Cal Baptist  
125 111 Aedyn Concepcion Senior Anchorage, AK Gardner-Webb  
157 111 Tyler Badgett Graduate San Diego, CA Pitt  
174 112 Braden Welch Sophomore Ashland, OH App State  
125 113 Max Elton Sophomore Hammonton, NJ Buffalo  
165 116 Andrew Huddleston Graduate Hallsville, MO Iowa State  
149 116 Bretli Reyna Junior Homestead, FL Iowa  
165 117 Hunter Shaut Graduate Mohawk, NY Buffalo  
133 118 Gio Diaz Graduate Valparaiso, IN Franklin & Marshall  
197 119 Coen Grimm Freshman Wadsworth, OH Buffalo  
133 119 Korbin Shepherd Junior Blue Springs, MO Missouri  
141 120 Chris Rivera Graduate Orlando, FL Campbell  
184 122 Damen Pape Junior Hastings, NE Northern Colorado  
197 123 Cameo Blankenship Graduate McRae, GA Davidson  
157 126 Lorenzo Rajaonarivelo Graduate Arlington, VA George Mason  
174 127 Ryan Bolletino Graduate Haddonfield, NJ Sacred Heart  
165 131 Brant Whitaker Junior Boonville, MO Missouri  
133 132 Kyle Rowan Graduate Perry, OH Stanford  
174 134 Zachary Wells Graduate Sterling Heights, IM Presbyterian  
157 134 Paolo Salminen Freshman Billings, MT Wyoming  
285 140 Max Acciardi Freshman Woodcliff Lake, NJ Cal Baptist  
141 141 Walker Bents Sophomore Glenwood, MN NDSU  
149 141 Theo Cha Graduate Anchorage, AK Minnesota  
174 144 Hayden Pummel Junior Indian Lake, OH Northern Illinois  
125 146 Jacob Houpt Freshman Canonsburg, PA Kent State  
133 146 Caleb Coyle Junior Omaha, NE Oregon State  
157 152 Kaiden Wagner Sophomore Lewisburg, PA Lock Haven  
141 153 Cam Soda Junior Burlington, MA Edinboro  
184 154 Anthony DeRosa Junior MIlford, NJ Bloomsburg  
141 157 Chandler Ho Junior DuBois, PA Clarion  
174 162 Mason Gode Junior Browerville, MN NDSU  
165 164 Carson Martinson Sophomore Altoona, IA Iowa  
125 171 Zachary Jacaruso Freshman Milford, PA George Mason  
125 171 Jacob Joyce Freshman Ponaganset, RI Stanford  
125 171 Keegan Schlabach Freshman Lagrange, IN Clarion  
165 184 Cole Zoller Graduate Medford, OR Oregon State  
133 185 Braxton Appello Sophomore Easton, PA Ohio State  
141 185 Peyton Moore Sophomore Fulton, MO Missouri  
133 185 Amantee Mills Freshman Fort Pierce, FL NDSU  
285 186 Carson Hatch Senior Hughson, CA CSU Bakersfield  
285 186 Zach Evans Freshman Chambersburg, PA Buffalo  
141 188 Freddy Junko Graduate Wexford, PA VMI  
133 190 Drew Cooper Freshman Omaha, NE Nebraska  
184 202 Mahkyi Smith Freshman Lehi, UT Cal Baptist  
141 204 Drew Woodley Graduate Northfield, MN Iowa State  
197 207 Macray Klohs Freshman Plymouth, MN NDSU  
197 214 Brett Wittman Senior Appleton, WI Clarion  
157 223 Brayden Shelton Freshman Centralia, MO Northern Illinois  
157 226 Jamisen Colongione Sophomore Sayerville, NY LIU  
157 230 Aiden Smith Sophomore Brighton, MI Northern Illinois  
149 235 Hunter Hockensmith Graduate Spofford, NH Franklin & Marshall  
157 235 Dagen Condomitti Freshman Northampton, PA Oregon State  
141 245 Hunter Sloan Freshman Doylestown, PA Bucknell  
285 255 PJ Casale Sophomore Little Falls, NJ Rutgers  
174 264 Jacob Yawn Graduate Shreveport, LA Cornell  
165 265 Zane Licht Freshman Prairie du Sac, WI NDSU  
165 265 Miles Bassett Graduate St. Louis, MO Bucknell  
165 267 Griffin Ray Freshman Hillsboro, MO Nebraska  
165 269 Sam Beckett Sophomore Harleysville, PA Stanford  
133 272 Spencer Von Savoye Freshman Oakdale, CA Cal Baptist  
165 275 Brady Conlin Freshman Williamstown, NJ Rider  
165 283 Tyler Martinez Freshman Plano, IL Northern Illinois  
141 292 Toby Billerman Freshman Indianapolis, IN SIEU  
141 297 Brayden Sonnentag Freshman Boyd, WI Wyoming  
141 301 Kaiser Simpson Freshman Cushing, OK Cal Baptist  
141 305 Tanner Frothinger Freshman Eagle, ID Nebraska  
141 310 Eyan Chavez Sophomore Antonito, CO Northern Colorado  
157 310 Michael Duggan Freshman Boiling Springs, PA Bloomsburg  
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1 hour ago, Hammerlock3 said:

Ryan's implication, that he isn't using the portal cause he's so ethical, is a joke. He just happened to have a young talented team and it makes no sense to shop for seniors over them.

I don’t think he’s saying he’s more ethical than the other coaches. Just that the three transfers the buckeyes got was pre NIL which is different than what’s happening now

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2 minutes ago, poorwrestler said:

I believe Ogunsanya of Columbia committed to North Carolina


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Thanks and noted!

I think its a great fit for him and whoever called out that he would prioritize academically strong institutions for his next landing spot was correct.

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2 minutes ago, Kov88 said:

I don’t think he’s saying he’s more ethical than the other coaches. Just that the three transfers the buckeyes got was pre NIL which is different than what’s happening now

I've seen him say a few times that "we stuck with our guys" in reference to the portal. He's either saying this as a non-sequitur, or its a rhetorical device designed to imply that he is more loyal than other coaches.

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10 minutes ago, Hammerlock3 said:

I've seen him say a few times that "we stuck with our guys" in reference to the portal. He's either saying this as a non-sequitur, or its a rhetorical device designed to imply that he is more loyal than other coaches.

He’s not lying…. They have stuck with their own recruits except for those three transfers years ago 

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12 minutes ago, Kov88 said:

He’s not lying…. They have stuck with their own recruits except for those three transfers years ago 

I'm not saying he's lying I'm saying he is being consciously misleading

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52 minutes ago, Kov88 said:

He’s not lying…. They have stuck with their own recruits except for those three transfers years ago 

But they’ve tried to get transfers the last couple years, and by some accounts tried pretty hard, they just haven’t gotten any. That’s why his act that they’re above the portal is so disingenuous.

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25 minutes ago, flyingcement said:

Wow great move! But what does that mean for weight class?

Can he make 165? Have to think that's the only option unless Olguin isn't coming back. Always liked Harman, best of luck to him.

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1 hour ago, BlueWolverine said:

But they’ve tried to get transfers the last couple years, and by some accounts tried pretty hard, they just haven’t gotten any. That’s why his act that they’re above the portal is so disingenuous.

Who have they tried to get, I honestly don’t know so I’m just asking…. And how reliable are these “accounts”

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On 4/5/2024 at 2:32 PM, 1032004 said:

Agreed.  PSU (Dean, Kerk, Mesenbrink) and to a lesser extent Iowa (Caliendo) seems be the only teams I can think of bringing in transfers to bump R12/AA level guys out of the lineup.

You missed the biggest one of all. They recruited Truax over a 3x champ. Forced him to bump up if he wanted to make the team. Real cold stuff from Sanderson.

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17 hours ago, poke1 said:

As a Cowboys fan I not so excited about the transfer of Fish!  Can someone list some of his biggest wins, because I'm not sure he's going to give us a boost or better yet even make the team.  

He does have some good wins as mentioned so I’d expect him to start, he finished R16 this year and R12 2 years ago so he should probably be in that range, maybe a shot to low AA — so not really adding a ton of points.

Should help them in the ISU dual though.

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22 hours ago, poke1 said:

As a Cowboys fan I not so excited about the transfer of Fish!  Can someone list some of his biggest wins, because I'm not sure he's going to give us a boost or better yet even make the team.  

If Hamiti is going 174 and Thomspon is redshirting, who did you expect to go 165 if Fish did not transfer in? 

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