#9 Iowa State vs Campbell
125: #12 Alex Mackall (Iowa State) vs Korbin Meink (Campbell)
133: #14 Todd Small (Iowa State) vs #12 Noah Gosner (Campbell)
141: #5 Ian Parker (Iowa State) vs #9 Josh Heil (Campbell)
149: #8 Jarrett Degen or Ryan Leisure (Iowa State) vs Mason Smith (Campbell)
157: #3 David Carr (Iowa State) vs Matthew Dallara (Campbell)
165: Chase Straw (Iowa State) vs #18 Quentin Perez (Campbell)
174: #9 (at 184) Sammy Colbray (Iowa State) vs Caleb Hopkins (Campbell)
184: Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) vs #12 Andrew Morgan (Campbell)
197: Joel Shapiro or Francis Duggan (Iowa State) vs Austin McNeil (Campbell)
285: #9 Gannon Gremmel (Iowa State) vs #15 Jere Heino (Campbell)
Iowa State is favored in eight of ten matches for this dual, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they will be able to run away with it. Before the Colbray-Coleman weight swap ISU was favored in nine of ten, and now Coleman will be tasked with trying to upset the #12 ranked Andrew Morgan. There are four matches going down between top 15 guys that could very well decide the outcome of the dual.
The marquee match in this one will be at 141 pounds with #5 Ian Parker taking on #9 Josh Heil. The Camel wrestler is currently 20-2 and coming off a Midlands runner-up finish. Parker, who finished 4th at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invite, is 8-2 on the year. Both guys are great defensive wrestlers that are hard to score on and very good on top.
The other highlight match will occur at heavyweight where #9 Gannon Gremmel will look to stay hot after winning a Southern Scuffle title as he takes on #15 Jere Heino, who is hoping to bounce back after a disappointing MIdlands where he failed to place.