Division 1 College Rankings, Lineups, Schedules, Recruiting, and Results

           D1CW'S 2013 Team Recruiting Rankings

1)  Michigan

Top Recruit: (285) #2 Adam Coon-Fowlerville, MI

Recruiting Class: (149) #4 Ben Whitford-St. John's, MI; (184) #19 Domenic Abounader-Gates Mill, OH; (157) #33 Brian Murphy-Carol Stream, IL; (197) #99 Payne Hayden-St. John's, MI; (133) #114 George Fisher-St. Charles, IL; (141) #183 Cameron Kennedy-Richmond, IL

Michigan takes the top spot with an impressive five top 100 recruits and seven top 200's.  The Wolverines have signed Adam Coon and Ben Whitford two of the top five Seniors in the country.  Both happen to be in-state products, four-time State Champs (though two of Whitford's came in Illinois) and the top recruit at their respective weights.  Another recruit near the top of his weight class is 3x Ohio State Champ Domenic Abounader. He may be pressed into the Wolverine lineup as a True Freshman.  Although never a State Champ, Brian Murphy has a long impressive resume of nationally ranked wrestlers he has defeated.  Payne Hayden is another product of the excellent Michigan High School program, St. John's. He will add depth to the always difficult to fill 197lb class.  Throw in a pair of Illinois State Champs for good measure (Fisher and Kennedy) and you have a top recruiting class.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #10, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 #12, 2008 #7


2)  Pittsburgh

Top Recruit: (174) #11 Cody Wiercioch-Muse, PA

Recruiting Class: (149) #22 Mikey Racciato-Pen Argyl, PA; (197) #24 Ryan Soloman-Milton, PA; (141) #26 Edgar Bright-Cleveland, OH; (184) #187 Aaron Rothwell-Sheyboygan, WI; (133) Nick Zanetta-Pittsburgh, PA

The Pitt Panthers have really loaded up for their first season in the ACC.  Three multi-time Pennsylvania State Champions will stay home and suit up for Pittsburgh.  Both Cody Wiercioch and Mikey Racciato won three PA State Titles, while Ryan Soloman "only" won two.  All three of these incoming Freshman were among D1CW's top 25 recruits.  Based on the returnees in Pittsburgh, Soloman looks like he is the most likely to crack the lineup next year.  #26 Edgar Bright is possibly the best Senior in the nation without a State Championship.  Bright was a two-time Ohio State Runner-Up and a 2012 Walsh Ironman Champ.  Rounding out the class is 2x Pennsylvania Runner-Up Nick Zanetta.  Both of Zanetta's opponents in the state finals (Jimmy Gulibon and Jason Nolf) were among the best wrestlers in the country in their respective class.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


3)  Missouri

Top Recruit: (285) #7 J'Den Cox-Hickman, MO

Recruiting Class: (184) #55 BJ Toal-Sidney, OH; (157) #57 Joey Lavalle-Reno, NV; (174) #58 Parker Vonedigy-Piedmont, NC; (125) #84 Barlow McGee-Rock Island, IL; (133) NR JJ Johnson-Hanahan, SC

With six graduating Seniors (three of which were All-American's) in the Class of 2013, the Missouri Tigers needed to retool and this recruiting class is sorely needed.  J'Den Cox is a college-ready, athletic heavyweight.  Cox won a Junior National Freestyle Title last summer in Fargo, as well as the NHSCA grade level Championship at 220lbs in each of the last two seasons.  Two other NHSCA Senior National Champions will be coming to Columbia in the Fall, Nevada's Joey Lavalle and North Carolina's Parker Vonedigy.  Ohio's BJ Toal, brother of 3x NCAA Qualifier Zach Toal, is someone whose stock has gradually risen after finishing as a Runner-Up at the Super 32.  Illinois State Champ Barlow McGee appears to be the heir apparent to All-American Alan Waters at 125.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 #14, 2009 #14, 2008 #10


4)  NC State

Top Recruit: (174) #48 Peter Santos-Oakmont, CA

Recruiting Class: (165) #61 Pete Renda-Brandywine Heights, PA; (141) #73 Scott Delvecchio-South Plainfield, NJ; (133) #77 Chris Wilkes-Whitfield, MO; (125) #128 Micah Perez-Central Union, CA; (149) #152 Beau Donahue-Chantilly, VA; (184) NR Shayne Brady-Carthage, NY

Head Coach Pat Popolizio's first full recruiting class at NC State is one to write home about.  Six Wolfpack recruits are among D1CW's top 200 recruits, only Michigan has more.  The class will provide NC State with a huge talent upgrade at almost all ten weight classes.  Senior National Runner-Up Micah Perez and 2x Missouri State Champ Chris Wilkes will help man the lower weights.  With a California State Title to his credit, Peter Santos rose from unranked in the preseason to #48 overall by D1CW.  Another single-class State Champion enrolling at NC State will be New Jersey's Scott Delvecchio.  Pennsylvania State Champ Pete Renda has a ton of national-level credentials including a win at FloNational's and a third place finish at the Super 32.  3x Virginia State Champ Beau Donahue was a late signee who will help bolster the Wolfpack middleweights.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 #7, 2010 NR, 2009 #17, 2008 NR


5) Virginia Tech

Top Recruit: (125) #6 Joey Dance-Christiansburg, VA

Recruiting Class: (133) #16 Kevin Norstrem-Brandon, FL; (174) #29 Zach Epperly-Christiansburg, VA; (133) #86 Dennis Gustafson-Dumfries, VA; (184) #93 Jared Haught-Parkersburg, WV

The #5 ranking for Virginia Tech's recruiting Class of 2013 is the highest ranking for Kevin Dresser, who is normally an excellent recruiter anyways.  Two recruits, Joey Dance and Zach Epperly, are 4x Virginia State Champs from nearby Christiansburg. Dance is the top 125lb recruit in this year's class and his athleticism is among the best in the entire Class of 2013.  Epperly, younger brother of 2x ACC Champ Matt, adds more firepower to an already solid group of upper middleweights for Virginia Tech.  In this recruiting class the Hokies have reached down into Florida and nabbed a 5x State Champ, #16 Kevin Norstrem from perennial power Brandon HS.  Norstrem might have been even had a higher ranking, but he has not competed in many National tournaments the past few seasons.  In-state recruit Dennis Gustafson really made a name for himself nationally by placing 5th in a brutal weight class at the Super 32.  The Hokies 5 top 100 recruits are only matched by Michigan and Missouri.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #24, 2011 #9, 2010 #10, 2009 #9, 2008 #21


6) Iowa

Top Recruit: (149) #27 Brandon Sorenson-Denver, IA

Recruiting Class: (197) #38 Broc Berge-Mantorville, MN; (285) #40 Aaron Bradley-Nazareth, PA; (141) #53 Jake Marlin-Creston, IA; (125) #182 Doug Miner-Spirit Lake, IAI

Transfer: Phillip Laux-Iowa City, IA (Wisconsin)

For as good as the Iowa Hawkeyes have recruited over the past few years, the still have an unsettled spot at 149 and appear to have another now at 141.  Enter two four-time Iowa State Champions Brandon Sorenson and Jake Marlin.  The pair is unlikely to contribute in 2013-14, as Tom Brands generally redshirts his incoming Freshman, but they do represent the future for the Hawkeye middleweight.  Speaking of the non-immediate future, Aaron Bradley appears to be successor for All-American heavyweight Bobby Telford.  Bradley will go on a mission for the next two seasons, which coincides with the eligibility Telford has remaining.  Also providing at the upperweights is Minnesota's Broc Berge.  Prior to the emergence of Nathan Burak, it looked like Berge would fill a huge need for Iowa.  Now he will allowed to sit and develop.  Doug Miner and Phillip Laux will be needed if the current blue-chip lightweights on the roster are not able to hold 125.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #2, 2011 #20, 2010 #1, 2009 #5, 2008 #6


7) Penn State

Top Recruit: (141) #3 Zain Retheford-Benton, PA

Recruiting Class: (184) #32 Matt McCutheon-Leechburg, PA; (157) #41 Garett Hammond-Chambersburg, PA; (165) #71 Cody Law-Windber, PA; (141/149) #140--Class of 2010 Kade Moss-South Jordan, UT, (197) NR PJ Steinmetz-Holland, PA

Penn State continued their excellent recruiting with a third top 10 finish in the four full years since the hire of Cael Sanderson.  No high school wrestler had a better calendar year than #3 Zain Retherford.  He won titles at NHSCA Juniors, FILA Cadet Worlds, Junior Freestyle, the Super 32, Walsh Ironman and Pennsylvania AAA.  If needed, Retherford could step into the 141 lb slot and be highly competitive, immediately for the Nittany Lions.  Three more Pennsylvania State Champions have also signed, Matt McCutheon, Garett Hammond and Cody Law.  McCutheon and Law could be the successor's for Ed Ruth and David Taylor, respectively after a redshirt season.  An x-factor could be Kade Moss, who was ranked in the top 150 of D1CW's Class of 2010.  Moss has been on a Morman Mission for the past two years. It's unknown what type of condition he will be in as he returns.  Penn State has had success with another wrestler who spent two years away from the mat on a mission (Matt Brown).

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #17, 2011 #4, 2010 #2, 2009 #8, 2008 NR


8) Nebraska

Top Recruit: (149/157) #2--Class of 2011 Destin McCauley-Burnsville, MN

Recruiting Class: (184) #80--Class of 2011 Patrick Downey-Baltimore, MD; (133) #142 Colton McCrystal-Sergeant Bluff, IA

Transfer: (125) Eric Montoya-Albuquerque, NM (Campbell); (141) Anthony Abidin-Dix Hills, NY (Nassau CC)

Nebraska's 2013 Recruiting Class is a bit of an outlier from most others on this list.  The Cornhuskers only signed one recruit from D1CW's Top 150, 2x Iowa State Champ Colton McCrystal. The rest of the recruiting class comes from transfers and wrestler enrolling after spending time at the Olympic Training Center. 2012 NJCAA National Champ Anthony Abidin, who was also a New York State Champ in 2011 will be coming to Lincoln.  A very late transfer is NCAA Qualifier Eric Montoya, who had previously wrestled 125 for Campbell. These three will help stabilize the Nebraska lower weights which have been trouble the past few seasons for the Huskers.  After being rumored to many of the DI National powerhouse programs, Destin McCauley finally chose Nebraska.  McCauley was 2011's #2 overall recruit before spending the last two seasons concentrating on Freestyle.  Patrick Downey took a similar path and increased his stock with a handful of impressive wins on the Freestyle circuit.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #4, 2011 #2, 2010 #7, 2009 #4, 2008 #15


9) Illinois

Top Recruit: (165) #5 Isaiah Martinez-Lemoore, CA

Recruiting Class: (285) #9 Brooks Black-Dover, PA; (149) #62 Kyle Langendorfer-Mokena, IL

A staple of the Heffernan/Perry recruiting era has been quality over quantity and this year's recruiting class is no different.  The Illini will get the services of two of the Class of 2013's top ten recruits in Isaiah Martinez and Brooks Black.  Martinez is one of the rare 3x California State Champions and captured titles at the Super 32, as well as the Junior National Freestyle last summer.  Brooks Black, a 4x National Prep Champ, has won almost every title imaginable and has been one of the top heavyweights in the country from the moment he stepped on the mat as a high school Freshman.  Kyle Langendorfer  had to go through #33 overall Brian Murphy in order to capture his Illinois State Championship.  

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #5, 2011 NR, 2010 #16, 2009 NR, 2008 #9


10) Ohio State

Top Recruit: (157) #1 Bo Jordan-St. Paris, OH

Recruiting Class: (125) #10 Nathan Tomasello-Parma, OH; (149) NR Jake Ryan-Columbus, OH

Along the same lines as Illinois, the Ohio State recruiting class is short on names but long on talent.  The Buckeyes will add the top recruit in the Class of 2013 Bo Jordan.  Bo was a 4x Ohio State Champ and 3x Ironman Champ.  It has already been rumored that Jordan will be the starter for the Buckeyes at 157 in 2013-14.  Bo's signing is also huge for the OSU program, as they have not been able to land the top wrestlers from St. Paris Graham HS.  Maybe it's a sign of things to come in future. Another 4x Ohio State Champ and 3x Ironman Champion is #10 overall Nathan Tomasello.  Considering Tom Ryan's style of starting the best wrestler regardless of redshirt availability it wouldn't be a shock if Tomasello is Ohio State's starter next season at 125.  Lastly, Ohio State Runner-Up Jake Ryan has to be mentioned.  Being the son of Head Coach Tom Ryan, he has the bloodlines you would hope for.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #12, 2011 #1, 2010 #8, 2009 #11, 2008 #12


11) Oklahoma State

Top Recruit: (133) #13 Dean Heil-Strongsville, OH

Recruiting Class: (149) #21 Anthony Collica-Solon, OH; (165) #74 Keilan Torres-Altus, OK; (125) #138 Zac Gentzler-Andover, KS

John Smith and the Oklahoma State Cowboys continue to be one of the most consistent teams when it comes to recruiting.  The have pulled in top 15 recruiting classes in each of the six seasons evaluated by D1CW.  This one is a bit different as two of the Cowboys top recruits come from Ohio, a state that's not in OSU's normal recruiting territory.  Dean Heil was a 4x Ohio State Champ and the top recruit at 133 in the Class of 2013.  After a redshirt season he should be able to slide in after AA Jon Morrison graduates.  Fellow Ohioan and 3x State Champion Anthony Collica has signed as well.  Collica won a meatgrinder of a weight class last summer in Fargo at the Junior Freestyle level.  3x Oklahoma State Champ Keilan Torres appears to be in line to fill in for Tyler Caldwell at 165 after redshirting next season.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #6, 2011 #6, 2010 #15, 2009 #2, 2008 #5


12) Minnesota

Top Recruit: (157) #18 Jake Short-Simley, MN

Recruiting Class: (174) #23 Nick Wanzek-Simley, MN; (133) #120 Judson Preskitt-Forney, TX

Like Oklahoma State before them, the Minnesota Golden Gophers are among the best at bringing in top flight recruits.  Minnesota has finished in the top 15 in each of the recruiting classes evaluated by D1CW.  This class is not as deep as years past, but that also speaks to the success Minnesota has had.  They have very few, if any, holes to fill.  The Gophers got a pair of wrestlers from in-state power Simley that accounted for seven Minnesota State Championships, Jake Short and Nick Wanzek.  Both of them are top 25 recruits that placed in the top three last Summer in Junior Freestyle.  Adding depth at the lower weights is National Prep and Walsh Ironman Runner-Up Judson Preskitt. 

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #9, 2011 #15, 2010 #5, 2009 #1, 2008 #1


13) North Dakota State

Top Recruit: (141) #60 Mitch Bengston-St. Cloud, MN

Recruiting Class: (184) #70 Preston Lehmann-West Fargo, ND; (157) #146 Clayton Ream-Holt, MO; (133) #166 Kyle Gliva-Simley, MN; (197) #173 Tommy Peterson-Lakeview, MN; (149) #181 Cole Sladek-St. Michael, MN

Transfer: (141) Justin LaValle-Apple Valley, MN (Old Dominion)

North Dakota State is another school that can say its 2013 recruiting class gave the program almost a total overhaul talent-wise. Head Coach Roger Kish must have used the connections he established in his career competing at Minnesota, as a large number of the Bison's top recruits are coming to Fargo from Minnesota.  NDSU tied with NC State for second most top 200 recruits with six.  Early signee Mitch Bengston was a four-time Minnesota State Champ, who was a Cadet and Junior level runner-up at Greco-Roman.  Kyle Gliva and Tommy Peterson are both 2x Minnesota State Champs and Cole Sladek was a 2x Minnesota State Runner-Up.  ODU transfer Justin LaValle should come in and contend for a WWC Championship and give the Bison a chance to redshirt top recruit Mitch Bengston.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


14) Arizona State

Top Recruit: (141) #82 Mech Spraggins-Belleville, IL

Recruiting Class: (157) #88 Kaleb Baker-Memphis, TN; (133) #94 Deshaun Brown-West Mesa, NM; (133/141) #125 Lawrence Otero-Volcano Vista, NM; (157) NR Seth Monty-Mesa, AZ

Transfers: (125) Colt Fought-Bloomsburg, PA (NC State); (165) James Brundage-Ossining, NY (Rider); (197) Josh DaSilveira-Naples, FL (Ellsworth CC); (285) Kyle Colling-Arcade, NY (Oklahoma)

The Arizona State recruiting class is quite an interesting one with three top 100 recruits and a group of transfers that include 2 NCAA Qualifiers.  #82 Mech Spraggins made a name for himself late this season winning an Illinois 3A State Title then defeating highly ranked Mitch Bengston at the Dream Team Classic.  The Sundevils have also kept a pair of New Mexico State Champions in the Southwest with the signings of DeShaun Brown and Lawrence Otero.  Brown won a title at NHSCA Sr's and Otero was a Runner-Up.  Lightweight and 2012 NCAA Quaifier Colt Fought transfers in and will have three more years of eligibility for ASU.  So will 2013 NJCAA National Champ Josh DaSilveira. Both Fought and DaSilveira originally signed with Arizona State's Assistant Coach Lee Pritts when Pritts was at NC State.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 #11, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


15) Harvard

Top Recruit: (184) #15 Eric Morris-Mechanicsburg, PA

Recruiting Class: (133) #51 Brad Perkins-Gladsonte, MO; (165) #85 Tyler Grimaldi-Dix Hills, NY

For a second consecutive season Harvard enters the D1CW recruiting rankings with at top 20 finish.  The Crimson made a huge splash this year getting the top 184lb recruit in the country Eric Morris.  He is certainly battle tested wrestling for one of the top high school programs in the country, Wyoming Seminary.  In his Senior season Morris won a National Prep Title, his second, to go along with titles at the Beast of the East and Ironman.  3x Missouri State Champ Brad Perkins should slide right into Harvard's lineup as the 133lber.  New York State Champ and 2x finalist Tyler Grimaldi gives the Crimson three top 100 recruits.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #19, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


16) South Dakota State

Top Recruit: (197) #70 Nate Rotert-Spearfish, SD

Recruiting Class: (165) #91 Collin Holler-Orland Park, IL; (125) #132 Paul Mascarenas-Cleveland, NM; (184) NR Matthew Seabold-Burlington, IA; (133) NR Brandon Brunner-Chattanooga, TN

Ever since Chris Bono was hired last spring it seems like recruits have been announcing commitments to South Dakota State on a daily basis.  For a school that was considered an afterthought by many at the DI level, Bono has now brought in a recruiting class that many traditional schools would envy.  The Jackrabbits were the only team in the country that had four signees competing at the Cliff Keen USA vs Illinois Dream Team Dual.  SDSU was able to keep the top recruit in South Dakota at home with the addition of Nate Rotert.  Collin Holler and Paul Mascarenas are both Freestyle National Champions, Holler won at the Cadet level in 2011 and Mascarenas won at the Junior level in 2012.  The three previously mentioned plus Iowa State Champ Matthew Seabold were the four recruits who competed in the Dream Team dual.  This group as a whole should provide an upgrade in the program at almost every weight class.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


17) Rider

Top Recruit: (149) #12 Bryant Clagon-Toms River, NJ

Recruiting Class: (157) #80 Wayne Stinson-North Burlington, NJ; (133) #157 JR Wert-Christianburg, VA

Transfers: (125) Robert Deutsch-Voorhes, NJ (Old Dominion)

Another team making their first appearance in D1CW's recruiting rankings is the Rider Broncos.  Rider used a lot of late in-state additions to vault up the rankings.  The prize is 2x New Jersey State Champ Bryant Clagon.  He is one of only a handful of wrestlers ever to win the NHSCA grade level Championship in all years of high school.  Wayne Stinson was also a NJ State Champ whose stock rose significantly his Senior season.  Early signee JR Wert was a 4x Virginia State Champ who placed in almost every National Tournament at some point in his career. Wert will fit nicely into the Broncos lower weights.  Speaking of lower weights, very late transfer Rob Deutsch was an NCAA Qualifier this season wrestling at 125 for Old Dominion.  He will have three more seasons of eligibility for Rider

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


18) Stanford

Top Recruit: (133) #25 Connor Schram-Canonsburg, PA

Recruiting Class: (285) #69 Nathan Butler-Leavenworth, KS; (184) #90 Garet Krohn-Arvada, CO; (125) #192 Tommy Pawleski-Lombard, IL; (174) Keaton Subjeck-El Dorado Hills, CA

A year after hauling in the #15 recruiting class Stanford Head Coach Jason Borrelli continues to bring talent into Palo Alto.  The gem is 4x Pennsylvania State Finalist and 2x Champion Connor Schram.  Because of prior strong recruiting classes, Schram will likely get to redshirt as a Freshman.  2x Kansas State Champ Nathan Butler will also be able to redshirt with NCAA Qualifier Dan Scherer returning for a Senior season.  3x Colorado State Champ Garet Krohn is the third top 100 recruit for the Cardinal and should strengthen a young group of Stanford upperweights.  174lb recruit Keaton Subjeck is an interesting prospect to keep an eye on.  Although he did not place at the California State Tournament, he did finish 5th at the Ironman and 7th at the Super 32.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #15, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 #15, 2008 NR


19) Virginia

Top Recruit: (165) #36 Tyler Askey-Northgate, GA

Recruiting Class: (149) #49 TJ Miller-Cherry Hill, NJ; (133) #109 Andrew Atkinson-Lynchburg, VA; (184) #153 Addison Knepshield-Kittaning, PA; (157) NR Drew Hull-Middleport, NY

Virginia returns to the D1CW Recruiting Rankings after missing for the first time in five seasons.  The Cavaliers get a boost from two top 50 recruits #36 Tyler Askey and #49 TJ Miller.  Askey was a 4x Georgia State Champ that won NHSCA Junior's last Spring.  Miller is a 3x New Jersey State 3rd Place-winner who won a state title in 2011.  Both can redshirt because of the existing depth that UVA already has.  Late signee Drew Hull, a New York State Champ, is a very good "need" pickup as Virginia lost 4 year starter and 2013 All-American Jedd Moore at 157.  Addison Knepshield will help out as there is no clear cut successor at 184 after Jon Fausey leaves next year.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 #18, 2010 #24, 2009 #6, 2008 #17


20) Clarion

Top Recruit: (149) Austin Matthews-Reynolds, PA

Recruiting Class: (141) #110 Justin Arthur-Huntingdon, WV; (133) NR Michael Bonner-Sharon, PA; (125) NR Seth Carr-South Fayette, PA

Transfers: (133/141) Quinton Murphy-Holly, NY

Troy Letter is yet another coach that did an excellent job bringing in a huge talent infusion to his program with his 2013 Recruiting Class.  The Clarion class is littered with Pennsylvania State Placewinners, and while they may not be considered blue-chippers, they are capable of setting the foundation for a productive program.  A blue-chipper that was signed is 3x Pennsylvania State Finalist and 2013 Champ Austin Matthews.  Austin has plenty of National Credentials and recently defeated Minnesota's top recruit Jake Short at the Dapper Dan.  He will likely find his way into the Clarion lineup in 2013-14.  4x West Virginia State Champ and Senior National Runner-Up Justin Arthur is also another wrestler who can have an impact next season, if needed.  Indiana transfer Quinton Murphy is aboard with three years of eligibility remaining and was considered D1CW's #31 overall recruit just last season.

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


Other Top Recruiting Classes

21) Princeton

Top Recruit: (184) #42 Brett Harner-Norristown, PA

Recruiting Class: (197) #50 Ray O'Donnell-Saucon Valley, PA; (174) #164 Troy Murtha-Bethesda, MD; (125) NR John Aslanian-Edgemont, NY

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


22) Rutgers

Top Recruit: (141) #8 Anthony Ashnault-South Plainfield, NJ

Recruiting Class: (141) #56 Tyson Dippery-Harrisburg, PA; (184) #107 Taylor Jackson-Citrus, FL; (133) #185 Corey Stasenko-South Plainfield, NJ; (157) #193 Nick Gravina-Northern Highlands, NJ

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 #14, 2010 #19, 2009 NR, 2008 #2


23) Oklahoma

Top Recruit: (157) #17 Oliver Pierce-Allen, TX

Recruiting Class: (157) #112 Shayne Tucker-Bella Vista, CA; (125) NR Sean Williams-Lemoore, CA; (285) Danny Chaid-Bellarmine, CA; (133) NR Jon Townsend-Comanche, OK

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #7, 2011 #22, 2010 #12, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


24) Binghamton

Top Recruit: (184) #62 Zach Zupan-Conastota, NY

Recruiting Class: (133) #87 Nick Kelley-Shenendehowa, NY; (141) #149 Nick Tighe-Phoenix, NY; (149) #175 Dave Almaviva-Shenendehowa, NY; (125) NR Kyle Kelley-Chenango Forks, NY

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 NR, 2011 NR, 2010 #23, 2009 NR, 2008 NR


25) Cal Poly

Top Recruit: (285) #59 Spencer Empey-Reed, NV

Recruiting Class: (157) #100 Luke Wilson-Righetti, CA; (165) #144 Travis Berridge-Brandon, FL; (184) #162 Sohrab Movahedi-Granata Hills, CA

Transfer: (165/174) Trent Noon-Oakdale, CA (Clackamas CC)

Past D1CW Recruiting Rankings: 2012 #20, 2011 NR, 2010 NR, 2009 NR, 2008 NR