Flowrestling has released new weight class rankings after the ASICS/Vaughan Junior & Cadet Nationals (Fargo) and Iowa placed 11 wrestlers on the list, with an additional four Hawkeye commits and one Panther commit also making the top 20 weight class rankings.
106: #11 Aden Reeves (FR) – Albia
106: #20 Kyle Biscoglia (SO) – Waukee
113: #14 Brody Teske (SO) – Fort Dodge
120: #3 Justin Mejia (JR) – Clovis; Hawkeye commit
120: #14 Alex Thomsen (SO) – Underwood
126: #3 Rudy Yates (SR) – Carl Sandburg; Panther commit
126: #17 Jason Renteria (JR) – OPRF; Hawkeye commit
138: #4 Carter Happel (SR) – Lisbon
160: #1 Alex Marinelli (SR) – Graham; Hawkeye commit
160: #10 Kaleb Young (SR) – Punxsutawney; Hawkeye commit
160: #18 Chase Shiltz (JR) – Creston
160: #20 Marcus Coleman (JR) – Ames
195: #15 Sam Cook (SR) – Fort Dodge
220: #8 Ethan Andersen (SR) – Southeast Polk; Missouri commit
285: #5 Carter Isley (SR) – Albia
285: #9 Gannon Gremmel (SR) – Dubuque
Albia’s Aden Reeves makes his debut on the list at 106 pounds. Reeves will be just a freshman this upcoming year, but after reaching double All-American status, he sits firmly in the middle of his weight’s rankings. Biscoglia drops a few spots after taking 6th in the 100 pound weight class.
After placing in both styles, including make this freestyle finals, Alex Thomsen makes his way into the Flo rankings at #14. With an impending match against Mejia at the Night of Conflict, Thomsen will have a chance to further increase his stock.
Renteria wrestled up at 126 for Fargo, but the Hawkeye commit is scheduled to be back down to 120 where he will wrestle Jack Wagner at the Night of Conflict.
After placing fifth at 138 Happel moves up a few spots in the 138 rankings. Happel was the highest finishing wrestler at Fargo for his, as only two of eight medalists still have high school eligibility.
Reaching the Cadet finals at 160 has placed Coleman into the rankings at #20, just two spots behind fellow Iowan Chase Shiltz.
Isley’s double All-American performance keeps him in the top five of his weight. His win over fellow statesman Gannon Gremmel proved to be a big win.