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Post-Fargo Flo Rankings

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Pound for Pound - #8 Parris 

Around his weight is only Michael Beard (195) and Gable Stevenson (HWT), so Parris would be considered one of the Top 3 college possible heavyweights in the nation.  However, Shultz (220), Neville (HWT), and Hoffman (195) are listed just behind him  


145 - #2 B. Lee.   He is behind #1 A. Artalona of FL.   They did not face each other in Fargo. This could be a Who's #1 matchup.


160 - #2 J. Lee    He is behind #1 D. Carr of OH, who is also 11th on P4P List.  Lee lost a close one to Carr in Fargo, but has a win over him recently too.  A possible Who's #1 match to decide best 2 of 3 in recent series.


182 - #5 L. Davison. A great double All American showing in Fargo moves Davison into the Top 5 from a previous #13 ranking.


220 - #1 M. Parris.   Neither Parris nor #2 C. Shultz of CO attended Fargo.   They have split matches in the past.   This would make for a big Who's #1 match but as with many upper weights football may prevent this from occurring.


HWT - #15 E. Pokorney.  A solid Fargo performance, capped off with a Cadet Greco title, keeps Pokorney relivant in the HWT rankings.


A few IN studs very high in the ranking with some chance for a Who's #1 invitation.   However, after that not much from the Hoosier state.   Hopefully we have some more of our top kids enter the major Pre-Season events and get their name on the list.  Unfortunately during the season most IN wrestlers will either stall in the rankings or drop due to lack of seeing other top national competition.      




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