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U.S. Open Senior Greco-Roman Preview: World medalist Coon, six past Olympians among entries

by Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

Adam Coon competition portrait
Adam Coon, a 2018 World silver medalist, returns to Greco-Roman competition at the U.S. Open. Photo by Tony Rotundo, Wrestlers Are Warriors.

The U.S. Senior Greco-Roman Open is one of the major events within the 2023 Pritchard Company U.S. Open, presented by FloWrestling. The winner in each weight class qualifies for Final X in Newark, N.J., June 10, and guarantees themselves at least the No. 2 position on the 2023-24 Greco-Roman Senior National Team.

With so much at stake, the field is large and strong this year, led by World silver medalist Adam Coon (130 kg), plus Olympians Ildar Hafizov (60 kg), Jesse Thielke (67 kg), Alejandro Sancho (67 kg), Ben Provisor (82 kg) and John Stefanowicz (87 kg). Aliaksandr Kikinou (77 kg), a World medalist and Olympian for Belarus, is competing in his first U.S. Open as a U.S. citizen.

The U.S. Senior Greco-Roman Open will be held Wednesday, April 26 and Thursday, April 27. Below is a weight-by-weight preview and the current entry lists.

55 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 2 Brady Koontz; 3. Dalton Duffield
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Max Nowry; 2nd – Dalton Duffield; 3rd – Drew West; 4th – Jacob Cochran; 5th – Camden Russell; 6th – Dominic Robertson; 7th – Cole Smith; 8th – Stephen Emrich

As of today, Max Nowry, who is No. 1 on the National Team and has twice been fifth at World Championships, is not registered. If he is not a late addition, this means the two other current National Team members will have an opportunity to win a national title and qualify for Final X, No. 2 Brady Koontz and No. 3 Dalton Duffield. Koontz has been No. 2 behind Nowry for the last two seasons. Duffield, who has also placed high at this weight class nationally, is a teammate of Nowry’s at Army WCAP. The next three placewinners from the 2022 U.S. Open are registered and will seek a spot in the finals, third-place Drew West, fourth-place Jacob Cochran and fifth-place Camden Russell. At the 2022 U23 Worlds, Russell made a nice run, winning a few matches. Another Army WCAP wrestler to watch is Billy Sullivan, who has a successful age-group career on his resume.

55 kg entries (as of April 21)
Jacob Cochran CO Army (WCAP)
Peter Del Gallo ME Maine
Dalton Duffield CO Army (WCAP)
Carson Jackson OR Oregon
Brady Koontz IA Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)
Tirso Lara CA TOP GUN Wrestling Club
Angelo Lozado CO Greco-Roman Development
Eathon Rider CA Shafter Youth Wrestling
Camden Russell NE MWC Wrestling Academy
Billy Sullivan NV Army (WCAP)
Drew West IL Illinois

60 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Ildar Hafizov; 2. Dalton Roberts; 3. Randon Miranda; No. 3 at 63 kg Mason Carzino-Hartshorn
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Ildar Hafizov; 2nd – Max Black; 3rd – Dylan Koontz; 4th – Mitchell Brown; 5th – Phillip Moomey; 6th – Dalton Roberts; 7th – Kegan Calkins; 8th – Alex Thomsen

This weight will feature all of the current National Team members, No. 1 Ildar Hafizov, No. 2 Dalton Roberts and No. 3 Randon Miranda. Hafizov was a 2020 Olympian for the USA (and also wrestled in an Olympics for Uzbekistan) and a multiple Senior World Team member. Hafizov is a returning U.S. Open champion. Roberts has competed in the Senior Worlds two times, as well as a number of age-group World meets. Miranda, a 2022 Senior Pan American champion, has competed on three U.S. age-group World Teams. Mason Carzino-Hartshorn, on the Senior National Team at 63 kg last year, is dropping in weight. 2022 U.S. Open runner-up Max Black, one of the rising young stars in Greco-Roman, will be seeking a return to the finals this year. Seven of the eight 2023 U.S. Open place winners are registered this year, including third-place Dylan Koontz, fourth-place Mitchell Brown and fifth-place Phillip Moomey. Moomey competed at the 2022 U23 Worlds. Another athlete to watch is Corbin Nirschl, who was third in the 2022 U.S. Open up at 63 kg.

60 kg entries (as of April 21)
John Babineau MN Viking RTC
Max Black CO NMU-National Training Center
Mitchell Brown CO Air Force Regional Training Center
Lucas Byrd OH Ohio
Koy Caldwell UT Utah
Jayden Carson MO Arkansas Regional Training Center
Mason Carzino-Hartshorn CA 60 West Coast Greco RTC
Joseph Couch MD West Point Wrestling Club
Jonathan Gurule NM NMU-National Training Center
Ildar Hafizov CO Army (WCAP)
Dylan Koontz IA Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)
Jakob Lyons OK Oklahoma
Randon Miranda CA California
Phillip Moomey NE Spartan Combat RTC
Corbin Nirschl NE MWC Wrestling Academy
Dalton Roberts CO Army (WCAP)
Sam Smith WI Minnesota Storm
Hunter Sparks OR Roseburg High School Wrestling
Taylor Ticknor TN Stars Wrestling Club

63 kg
Current National Team members
: 2. Sammy Jones
Past National Team members: Leslie Fuenffinger, Xavier Johnson, Hayden Tuma
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Jesse Thielke; 2nd – Aidan Nutter; 3rd – Corbin Nirschl; 4th – Ty Lydic; 5th – Logan Saavy; 6th – Nicholas Leonetti; 7th – Dwayne Guerrero; 8th – Farrokh Safaeinejad

Sammy Jones, who has competed in two Senior World Championships, is the only 2022-23 Greco-Roman National Team member currently registered for the U.S. Open at 63 kg. Jones, a 2022 Senior Pan American champion, seeks his first U.S. Open title. He will be pushed hard by a number of experienced athletes in the draw. Leslie Fuenffinger, a two-time U.S. Open champion and multiple-time National Team member, is among the top contenders. Another past National Team member, Xavier Johnson, will be looking to win the weight. Hayden Tuma, also a two-time U.S. Open champion, is also capable of a great run. 2022 U.S. Open runner-up Aidan Nutter is back, along with 2022 U.S. Open All-Americans Ty Lydick (4th) and Logan Saavy (5th). Dylan Gregerson, who has won national titles on the U20 and U23 levels, will be a tough draw. King Sandoval, third at the 2021 World Team Trials, will be tough, along with Jeremy Bockert, a 2021 Junior Nationals champion.

63 kg entries (as of April 21)
Jeremy Bockert AK Interior Grappling Academy
Justin Folley NV Nevada
Leslie Fuenffinger CO Army (WCAP)
Dylan Gregerson UT Brunson UVRTC
Dwayne Guerrero CA West Coast Greco RTC
Savion Haywood IL Iguana Wrestling Club
Xavier Johnson NC Army (WCAP)
Sammy Jones MI Colorado Top Team Wrestling Club
Danny Khoundet UT Stallions Wrestling Club
Phillip Kue OR Oregon
Ty Lydic PA California Regional Training Center (CA RTC)
Aidan Nutter WI New York Athletic Club
Diego Romero FL NMU-National Training Center
Kyle Rowan OH Ohio
King Sandoval DC DMV RTC
Logan Savvy VA New York Athletic Club
Hayden Tuma ID Suples Wrestling Club

67 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Alejandro Sancho, No. 1 at 63 kg Jesse Thielke, No. 2 Alston Nutter; No. 3 Peyton Omania
Past National Team members: David Stepanian Jessy Williams
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Alejandro Sancho; 2nd – Lenny Merkin; 3rd – Alston Nutter; 4th – Peyton Omania; 5th – Nathan Moore; 6th – Morgan Flaherty; 7th – Colton Parduhn; 8th – Jakob Murillo

The entire 2023-23 Senior National Team at 67 kg are entered here, No. 1 Alejandro Sancho, No. 2 Alston Nutter and No. 3 Peyton Omania, along with the No. 1 at 63 kg, Jesse Thielke. There are two Olympians among this group, Sancho (2020) and Thielke (2016), both who were 2022 U.S. Open champions. Nutter was a 2019 U20 World bronze medalist and was a 2021 U23 Nationals champion. Omania, also a 2019 U20 World bronze medalist, competed in the 2021 Senior World Championships. The depth in this weight is also impressive. 2022 U.S. Open runner-up Lenny Merkin is a veteran talent, as is Jessy Williams, who has been on the Senior National Team. David Stepanian, a past U.S. Open runner-up and U23 Nationals champion, will be in the mix. Joel Adams put himself on the map internationally, when he won a 2022 U17 World gold medal for Team USA. Morgan Flaherty, sixth in the 2022 U.S. Open, is in the mix. 2021 U20 Nationals champion and 2020 Junior Nationals champion Chayse LaJoie is a top young talent. Two-time U.S. age-group World Team member Robert Perez III and 2018 U17 World Team member Hunter Lewis are also Greco-Roman talents.

67 kg entries (as of April 21)
Joel Adams NE The Best Wrestler
Robert Adams AZ AJ Wrestling Club
Justin Benjamin IL Izzy Style Wrestling
Steven Bleise CA Central Valley RTC
Ryu Brown SC ET Wrestling
Jalin Conner WI Milwaukee Tech High School Wrestling
Chris DeBien TN Baylor Wrestling Club
Charlie Dill NY NMU-National Training Center
Brenton Dotter WI Rhinelander Wrestling Club
Justin Feldman WA South West Washington Wrestling Club
Morgan Flaharty CO New York Athletic Club
Raul Jimenez CA California
Chayse La Joie MI Michigan
Hunter Lewis NC North Carolina
Mason Lewis PA Spartan Combat RTC
Riley Lomenick IL Chicago Wrestling Club
Trent Lytle WY Norse Wrestling Club
Lenny Merkin NY New York Athletic Club
Caleb Micho CO Gator Wrestling Club
Jaxon Morlan UT Utah
Alston Nutter WI Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
Gabriel Ojeda NV Nevada
Michael Orange MN Minnesota Storm
McCoy Pace GA New York City RTC
Robert Perez III CO Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
Leo Rodriguez CO Colorado
Farrokh Safaeinejad FL SWAT (Sheldon Wrestling Academy Training)
Alejandro Sancho CO Army (WCAP)
Max Schierl WI NMU-National Training Center
Dawson Sihavong CA California
David Stepanian MI New York Athletic Club
Jesse Thielke CO Army (WCAP)
Santonio Thompson, Jr. NC North Carolina
Jessy Williams NY Spartan Combat RTC

72 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Benji Peak; No. 2 Patrick Smith; No. 2 at 77 kg Britton Holmes, No. 3 Noah Wachsmuth
Past National Team members: Jamel Johnson
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Benji Peak; 2nd – Peter Ogunsanya; 3rd – Michael Hooker; 4th – Brody Olson; 5th – Eddie Smith; 6th – Ryan Wheeler; 7th – Noah Wachsmuth; 8th – Bobby Yamashita

Young star Benji Peak won both the U.S. Open and Final X last year to make his first Senior World Team. Peak also wrestled at the U23 Worlds last year. Britton Holmes, a 2022 U.S. Open champion and Final X runner-up at 77 kg, has dropped down to this weight class. The other two current National Team members at 72 kg are also registered to compete, No. 2 Patrick Smith and No. 2 Noah Wachsmuth. Smith is a two-time Senior World Team member and 2019 Pan American Games champion, one of the most experienced on Greco-Roman Team USA. Wachsmuth, a 2022 Pan American U20 champion, was seventh in the U.S. Open last year and had a great World Team Trials Challenge Tournament run. A past Senior National Team member, Jamel Johnson is a top challenger. Michael Hooker, third at the 2022 U.S. Open, is capable of reaching the finals. Three other placewinners at the 2022 U.S. Open are entered, Brody Olson (4th), Eddie Smith (5th) and Bobby Yamashita (8th). Jack Ervien, Jr., a 2020 U20 National champion, was fourth in the 2022 U.S. Open at 77 kg and dropped down. Two-time age-group World Team member Dominic Damon is an emerging talent. 2021 U20 World Team member Justus Scott move up to the Senior level.

72 kg entries (as of April 21)
Zarik Anderson IA Iowa
Samuel Balderston OR All-Phase Wrestling Club
Kolbi Caffey IL Carbondale Wrestling Club
Dominic Damon WA NMU-National Training Center
Elijah Davis CA California
Aaron Dobbs WI NMU-National Training Center
Caoilte Drury CA California
Jack Ervien, Jr. WA Viking Wrestling Club (IA)
Richard Fedalen MD New York City RTC
Logan Hatch CO Greco-Roman Development
Britton Holmes CO Army (WCAP)
Michael Hooker CO Army (WCAP)
Jamel Johnson NC Marines
Tallin Johnson MN Mustang Wrestling Club
Brendan Kiernan MA Massachusetts
Calvin Miller CA California
Nathan Moore WA Northern Colorado Wrestling Club
Brody Olson MN Minnesota Storm
Calum Price NY New York
Ian Sandoz TX Texas
Justus Scott CO Army (WCAP)
Patrick Smith MN Minnesota Storm
Eddie Smith IA Sauk Prairie High School Wrestling
Nick Tarpley CO New York Athletic Club
Bobby Treshock NY Curby 3 Style Wrestling Club
Noah Wachsmuth CO Colorado
Timothy Worthen FL All Navy Wrestling
Bobby Yamashita CO All Navy Wrestling

77 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Kamal Bey; No. 3 Payton Jacobson
Past National Team members: Jesse Porter, Alec Ortiz, RaVaughn Perkins
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Britton Holmes; 2nd – Alec Ortiz; 3rd – Payton Jacobson; 4th – Jack Ervien; 5th – Tyler Eischens; 6th – Kamal Bey; 7th – Justin McCunn; 8th – Terrance Parks

Kamal Bey, a two-time Senior World Team member and 2017 U20 World champion, is No. 1 on the national team, and is entered in Las Vegas. Bey, who has won four U.S. Open titles, is known for his big throws and exciting style. The other National Team member registered is No. 3 Payton Jacobson, a 2022 U20 World Team member who was third in the 2022 U.S. Open. Two other past Senior World Team members are in the draw, Jesse Porter and RaVaughn Perkins. Porter won the 2020 Olympic Trials but did not compete because the weight class did not get qualified. Porter wrestled in the 2021 Senior Worlds. Perkins wrestled in the 2018 Senior Worlds. He won the 2016 Olympic Trials but did not compete in the Games, also. Alec Ortiz, a 2021 U.S. Open champion and 2022 U.S. Open runner-up, is another contender. Among the 2022 U.S. Open placers registered are Tyler Eischens (5th), Justin McCunn (7th) and Terrance Parks (8th). Aliaksandr Kikiniou, an Olympian and World medalist for Belarus, enters his first U.S. Open at age 43. Illinois wrestler Danny Braunagel returns to Greco-Roman for the first time since high school.

77 kg entries (as of April 21)
Kamal Bey CO Army (WCAP)
Danny Braunagel IL Illinois Regional Training Center/Illini WC
Riley Briggs CA NMU-National Training Center
Patrick Curran IL Illinois
Geoffrey Curtis CO SoCo Wrestling Club
Cody Eaton CO Bear Cave Wrestling Club
Tyler Eischens MN California Regional Training Center (CA RTC)
Thomas Even IA Viking Wrestling Club (IA)
Justin Head IA Iowa
Payton Jacobson WI Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
Garrett Johnson NE Dubuque RTC
Julian Kennedy WA BGWC Academy
Aliaksandr Kikiniou CA California
Justin McCunn IA Viking Wrestling Club (IA)
Hunter Mullin CO Western Colorado Wrestling Club
Quinlan Nelson IL Illinois
Alec Ortiz MN Minnesota Storm
Burke Paddock CO New York Athletic Club
Terrance Parks NY New York
RaVaughn Perkins CO New York Athletic Club
Jesse Porter NY New York Athletic Club
Glenn Rhees MO Graham Greco
Jahmon Spiller IN Solid Tech Wrestling Club

82 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Ben Provisor; No. 2 Spencer Woods; No. 3 Tommy Brackett
Past National Team members: Kendrick Sanders, Fritz Schierl
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Ben Provisor; 2nd – Spencer Woods; 3rd – Ryan Epps; 4th – Tommy Brackett; 5th – Jacob Fisher; 6th – Tyler Cunningham; 7th – Aaron Dobbs; 8th – Khalil Abdushshakur

The full 2022-23 National Team is entered at 82 kg, with two-time Olympian and 2022 U.S. Open champion Ben Provisor, No. 2 Spencer Woods and No. 3 Tommy Brackett. Woods, who competed in the 2023 Senior World Championships, was U.S. Open runner-up last year and a 2021 U23 World Team member. Brackett had his best finish at the Senior level last year. Another top star, two-time U.S. Open champion Kendrick Sanders, returns after an absence of more than two years. Fritz Schierl, who was second in the 2021 World Team Trials, is another top challenger. 2010 Senior World Team member Jacob Fisher, who was fifth at the 2022 U.S. Open is entered. Tyler Cunningham, a 2022 U23 World Team member, was sixth at the 2022 U.S. Open. Andrew Berreyesa, a 2018 U20 World silver medalist, is a leading young talent.

87 kg entries (as of April 21)
Khalil Abdushshakur GA Morris Fitness Wrestling Club
Michael Altomer NY NMU-National Training Center
Andrew Berreyesa NV New York Athletic Club
Tommy Brackett CO Colorado
Johanner Correa NC North Carolina
Tyler Cunningham NE MWC Wrestling Academy
Javian Garrett TX Rise RTC
Mark Halajian CO Colorado
Arian Khosravy CA LAWC/Chaminade
Jordan Lara NM Texas RTC
Michael Napier TX Texas RTC
Ben Provisor PA New York Athletic Club
Kendrick Sanders MI New York Athletic Club
Fritz Schierl WI Minnesota Storm
Syed Ul-Hasan CA Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)
Spencer Woods CO Army (WCAP)

87 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Alan Vera; No. 2 Timothy Young;
Past National Team members: Richard Carlson, John Stefanowicz
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Alan Vera; 2nd – George Sikes; 3rd – Timothy Young; 4th – Christian DuLaney; 5th – Austin Craig; 6th – Sione Halo; 7th – Carter Marx; 8th – Jovan Mercado

Alan Vera, a two-time Senior World Team member and two-time U.S. Open champion, comes in as the No. 1 athlete in this weight class. 2020 Olympian John Stefanowicz returns after missing the last season. Stefanowicz was on the 2019 Senior World Team and is a two-time Pan American champion. National Team No. 2 Timothy Young was third at the 2022 U.S. Open then earned his spot in Final X. 2022 U.S. Open runner-up George Sikes is a top contender. Another past National Team member in the field is Richard Carlson, who won the 2022 Bill Farrell International. Zach Braunagel, a 2019 U20 World Team member, was third in the 2020 US Nationals. Tyler Hannah was third in the 2021 World Team Trials. Austin Craig was fifth in the 2022 U.S. Open and won an Armed Forces title.

87 kg entries (as of April 21)
Braden Baumgartner CO Colorado Mesa Wrestling Club
Zackery Bickford WA Toro World Club
Zachary Braunagel IL Illinois Regional Training Center/Illini WC
Richard Carlson MN Minnesota Storm
Ryan Cody FL Greco-Roman Development
Daniel Conley AK Interior Grappling Academy
Austin Craig WA All Navy Wrestling
Parker Ehn-Howland WI Wisconsin
Hunter Gonzalez CA California
Tyler Hannah WI Combat W.C. School of Wrestling
Lucas Hodges MN Mustang Wrestling Club
Cole Pence WI NMU-National Training Center
George Sikes FL New York Athletic Club
Chase Sophus TX Rise RTC
John Stefanowicz PA Navy Wrestling Club
Alan Vera NJ New York Athletic Club
Timothy Young IL Army (WCAP)

97 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 2 Braxton Amos; No. 3 Lucas Sheridan, No. 3 at 86 kg Christian DuLaney
Past National Team members: Joe Rau, Nick Boykin
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Lucas Sheridan; 2nd – Khymba Johnson; 3rd – Haydn Maley; 4th – Brady Vogel; 5th – Chad Porter; 6th – Guy Patron; 7th – Kash Anderson; 8th – Ben Gould

The retirement of 2021 World bronze medalist G’Angelo Hancock, who made every US Senior Team going back to 2017, opened up an opportunity for 2022 Final X runner-up Braxton Amos to compete in the 2022 Senior Worlds. Amos was also second behind Hancock at the 2020 Olympic Trials. Amos won a 2021 U20 World title in freestyle and a bronze in Greco-Roman. 2022 U.S. Open champion Lucas Sheridan, now No. 3 on the National Team, is a veteran star at this weight class. Joe Rau, a two-time Senior World Team member, is back at this weight class. Rau won the 2016 Olympic Trials, but the weight class did not get qualified for the Rio Games. Past National Team member Nick Boykin, who has competed on three age-group World Teams, is another top challenger. Christian DuLaney, No. 3 on the National Team at 86 kg last year, moves up to 97 kg. Also watch for Kash Anderson, seventh in the 2022 U.S. Open.

97 kg entries (as of April 21)
Kash Anderson ID Colorado Mesa Wrestling Club
Robert Barbour CO Colorado
Nicholas Boykin OH Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
Christian DuLaney MN Minnesota Storm
Timothy Eubanks NV NMU-National Training Center
Kaleb Gaede CO NMU-National Training Center
Eric Gamble PA Pennsylvania
Shaun Heist PA Pennsylvania
Cade Lautt NC Tar Heel Wrestling Club
Brandon Marshall IA Big Game Wrestling Club
Jaime Miranda IA Iowa
Alex Nuanez CA California
Eli Pannell IL Illinois
Josef Rau IL Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)
Christian Rouleau MN Minnesota Storm
Lucas Sheridan CO Army (WCAP)
Trace Thompson UT Utah
Tyler Thurston IA Dubuque RTC

130 kg
Current National Team members
: No. 1 Cohlton Schultz; No. 2 Tanner Farmer; No. 3 David Tate Orndorff
Past National Team members: Adam Coon,
2022 U.S. Open All-Americans: 1st – Cohlton Schultz; 2nd – West Cathcart; 3rd – David Tate Orndorff; 4th – Courtney Freeman; 5th – Kaleb Reeves; 6th – Malcom Allen; 7th – Jonovan Smith; 8th – Tom Foote

2018 World silver medalist Adam Coon is back after giving professional football a run. Coon boasts three age-group World medals, and was an NCAA runner-up in college. Coon beat Cohlton Schultz in the finals of the 2020 Olympic Trials, but the weight did not get qualified for the Tokyo Games. Since then, Schultz has wrestlers in the last two Senior World Championships. Schultz was a U17 World champion and has three age-group World medals. National Team No. 2 Tanner Farmer and No. 3 David Tate Orndorff are entered and looking to move up. Farmer was a Div. I football player and returned to wrestling afterwards. Courtney Freeman was fourth in the 2022 U.S. Open and an Armed Forces champion. 2022 U.S. Open placers Kaleb Reeves and Tom Foote return. Div. I athletes Luke Luffman and Brandon Metz, both who were strong in Greco-Roman in high school, have thrown their hat into the ring at the U.S. Open.

130 kg entries (as of April 21)
Darryl Aiello IA Community Youth Center - Concord Campus Wrestling
Brandon Ballard MN Mariners Wrestling Club
Monte Britton NC North Carolina
Dylan Buschow NE Mustang Wrestling Club
Adam Coon MI Cliff Keen Wrestling Club
Sammy Deseriere CO Western Colorado Wrestling Club
Tanner Farmer IL Illinois Regional Training Center/Illini WC
Tom Foote MA New York Athletic Club
Courtney Freeman NC Marines
Cameron Groncki NY Curby 3 Style Wrestling Club
Aydin Guttridge NC Tar Heel Wrestling Club
Jacob Haynes OH Ohio
James Hustoles MI NMU-National Training Center
Luke Luffman IL Illinois Regional Training Center/Illini WC
Brandon Metz ND North Dakota
Kaleb Reeves IA Eastern Iowa Wrestling Club
Cohlton Schultz CO Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
Brady Schumer IL Illinois

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