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Kaleb Young Turning Heads for the Hawkeyes

If you didn’t know his name before, the chances are that you do now, as Hawkeye freshman Kaleb Young has gone from budding high school prospect to potentially a top 15 wrestler at 165 pounds even though he is technically still redshirting. While it’s true his classmate Alex Marinelli has received the lion’s share of…

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Four Iowans make 2016 ASICS All-America Team

ASICS released their 31st annual All-America selections for the 2015-16 season. The teams were selected by a nationwide panel of wrestling experts, and it is the only national all-star team for which wrestlers enrolled in all four high-school grades are eligible. This year the state of Iowa was able to place four prep wrestlers onto…

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D1CW releases class of 2016 rankings

Every year Earl Smith of D1 College Wrestling releases his class rankings, which are the longest running free class rankings that are available. This year’s class of Iowa seniors features seven wrestlers featured in the top 150, and each Iowa and Iowa State will be adding five top 150 seniors from across the nation. Industry…

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Iowans and Recruits to Watch at Super 32 This Weekend

For some time now, the Super 32 tournament, which is resides in Greensboro, North Carolina, has been the pinnacle of preseason wrestling tournaments. Usually occurring the first weekend in November (this year that includes October 31st as well), the Super 32 draws talent from just about every state in the country, and it’s not uncommon…

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Hawkeyes Swoop Up Center Point’s Brock Rathbun

Just like that, the Hawkeyes have picked up one of the state’s (and nation’s) best lightweight recruits in two-time state champion Brock Rathbun of Center Point. Rathbun joins nationally ranked out of state recruits Alex Marinelli (160) and Kaleb Young (160), and recent Iowan verbals Carter Happel and Jack Wagner to give the Hawkeyes four…

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Jack Wagner Commits to Hawkeyes

Another big-time addition for the Hawkeye program, as they not only add Lisbon three-time state champion Carter Happel, but Bettendorf’s two-time state champion Jack Wanger has also announced that he too is head to Iowa City next year. Wagner has competed at 106 and 113 for the Bulldogs the last two seasons and is expected…

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Hawkeyes Land Top Instate Recruit Carter Happel

The Hawkeyes continue to bolster their 2016 recruiting class as they land nationally ranked senior to be Carter Happel of Lisbon. Happel is currently a three-time state champion for the Lisbon Lions which puts him in a club with his father Dean, who won three titles back in the 1980s, and current Hawkeye assistant coach…

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Flowrestling Releases New High School Rankings

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. Rankings – Flowrestling 106: #11 Aden Reeves (FR) – Albia 106: #20 Kyle Biscoglia (SO)…

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Future Hawkeyes Having Success at Disney Duals

Not only is Team Iowa (which is full of wrestlers who will be wrestling in college) having a successful week at the Disney Duals so far, but so are a pair of Hawkeye Recruits that are each competing for Team Young Guns Black. Top 2015 recruit Michael Kemerer is now 7-0 at 152 pounds after…