Nope this isn't it. We have Team State which gives the teams a chance to say that they placed a certain place in their own division. When it comes tournament time, there shouldn't be divisions because it's about being the best of the best. Jimtown won Semi-State with 3 wrestlers last year and they aren't as big as a ton of Fort Wayne Schools. So to say that class is going to make wrestling better, isn't a great argument because classes do not determine how great a team is or will be. Prairie Heights isn't a huge school, but it got a ton of numbers and tough kids through out the reign of Smoker and then Smith. The competition is determined by clubs and how much time people put in the off season. A lot of the good wrestling is coming from areas where clubs are strong, and the competition is great because the wrestlers are making each other better. If you look behind every good Program, they are in a club, or encourage their kids to get in a strong club in the area. Classes are dumb, and when tournament time hits, it is more about how far kids make it than the team winning the tournament.