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  • Rasmussen and Swenson wrestled at the Legends of Gold tournament this past weekend. Rasmussen ran into some real hammers (#1 at 160 Cael Valencia, #13 Quayin Short, #18 Damion Schunke, and AA Luke Shaver) but he held his own against them and beat a ND state champ and a CO state placer. Swenson went 6-0 in folk and 4-1 in freestyle but didn't face anyone of real consequence. Damion Schunke had an amazing tournament beating out Manny Rojas who is a huge recruit.

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    • Verbal today. Signature tweet from Coach Hahn.

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      • Originally posted by UWMandSDSU View Post
        Verbal today. Signature tweet from Coach Hahn.
        Anybody have any guesses? I'm going to guess Klinkhammer or Lamer.
        Last edited by TheWombat; 07-28-2020, 11:09 PM.

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        • Stillwater, MN State Champ Roman Rogotzke
          https://twitter.com/matscoutwillie/s...467814406?s=21
          https://twitter.com/roman76303220/status/1288591190506512392?s=21

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          • Originally posted by TheWombat View Post

            The Rogotzke brothers Lyden and Ballantyne are all good DI level recruits. I haven't looked to deeply into any of them but, if you're trying to start a pipeline, Roman Rogotzke would seem like a good start. I put the name Rogotzke into the trackwrestling search engine and came up with eight different profiles with ties to Stillwater. Ryder specifically is going to be very good
            And to think, I used to wonder if the coaching staff was listening. This is big for recruiting but he's a good wrestler in his own right (41 pins last year). If you remember Scott Joll from West Virginia (he beat Cade King last year) he's a lot like him in his style. He gets in a lot of strange positions where he's able to put people on their backs. It's very fun to watch but I do wonder how it will translate to the next level.

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            • Originally posted by TheWombat View Post

              And to think, I used to wonder if the coaching staff was listening. This is big for recruiting but he's a good wrestler in his own right (41 pins last year). If you remember Scott Joll from West Virginia (he beat Cade King last year) he's a lot like him in his style. He gets in a lot of strange positions where he's able to put people on their backs. It's very fun to watch but I do wonder how it will translate to the next level.
              Certainly does his best work on the Bottom IMO.

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              • 2021 class is fire.

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                • Originally posted by TheWombat View Post

                  And to think, I used to wonder if the coaching staff was listening. This is big for recruiting but he's a good wrestler in his own right (41 pins last year). If you remember Scott Joll from West Virginia (he beat Cade King last year) he's a lot like him in his style. He gets in a lot of strange positions where he's able to put people on their backs. It's very fun to watch but I do wonder how it will translate to the next level.
                  Pretty good call by you there
                  "This is your life and it's ending one minute at a time." -Tyler Durden

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                  • Originally posted by witness View Post

                    Pretty good call by you there
                    He is a great addition. Almost impossible to ride him and doesn't tire out. He is widely known as a pinning machine and will bring a lot of Bonus points to the Jacks.

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                    • Originally posted by JackedBeNimble View Post

                      He is a great addition. Almost impossible to ride him and doesn't tire out. He is widely known as a pinning machine and will bring a lot of Bonus points to the Jacks.
                      I could see him going either way at the next level. He tends to dominate low-level guys, but he's always struggled when you put him out there against another talented wrestler who is comfortable in his funky positions. Some people are able to really hone these skills to the point where they can use them on everybody and some aren't. I think, for Rogotzke, a good match with a coach is important. He needs coaches that will let him be him and work with him on his positions. The staff has proven now that they can work with unorthodox wrestlers like Tanner Cook and Zack Price. If he showed up at place like Iowa or Michigan, he might not be able to grow in the same way that he can in Brookings.

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