Dream Line-Up

Discussion in 'Wrestling Talk - HS' started by BDBlue, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. BDBlue

    BDBlue New Member

    If you could put together your Dream Line-Up and school or year did not matter.... Who would you put?

    Lets go with the new weight classes to be safe.
     
  2. Coach P

    Coach P Member

    Probably going to get schooled on this one but from recent years (last 15 or so) let's have some fun...
    106 H Cejudo
    113 D Vega
    119 N Gallick
    125 R Torres
    133 RBY

    I know there are a few others but going to be hard to top these first 5....
     
  3. Coach P

    Coach P Member

    Guess my picks are pretty good...LOL....let's try some more..
    138 E Larkin (although he was lighter in HS)
    145 Big Deberry/D Andrews
    152 E Urbano
    160 Q Hovis
    170
    182
    195
    220
    HWT T Mommer/C Velasquez
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2018
  4. cougar

    cougar Active Member

    I'm going to add my heavyweight from Sahuaro Kyle Jividen in there as a possibility. Two timer that was 76-0 junior and senior year. Although Cain and Mommer are super studs as well.
     
  5. cougar

    cougar Active Member

    Clay Hardt from Marana class of '99 for 182 maybe? And I would think Nick Frost would have to be in there somewhere as well.
     
  6. Wrestler50

    Wrestler50 New Member

  7. homerdindon

    homerdindon New Member

    Really hard to do this without having a set "Graduated no earlier than xxxx", but good topic
     
  8. Coach P

    Coach P Member

    This is getting good...please add.

    106 H Cejudo
    113 D Vega
    119 N Gallick
    125 R Torres
    133 RBY
    138 E Larkin (although he was lighter in HS) or G Villaescusa
    145 Big Deberry/D Andrews
    152 E Urbano
    160 Q Hovis
    170 J Swift or W Guiterrez
    182
    195
    220
    HWT T Mommer/C Velasquez
     
  9. CoachYates_AZ

    CoachYates_AZ New Member

    Wayne McMinn! 118-0 has to get you in there, right?
     
  10. chingon76

    chingon76 Active Member

    angel and henry cejudo and frankie saenz and johnny moraga and palencia and cain valasquez, danny vega, rby oh and cant forget
    ryan allred and one of the greats from CV and webmaster of this site Aaron Hancock
     
  11. homerdindon

    homerdindon New Member

    I'll get my disclaimers out of the way here...1) I'm not old enough to speak to anyone before Simpson/Faqir. Even their timeframe is pushing it, but the upper weights weren't the easiest to fill out. 2) Obviously bumping a few people up a weight, for the sake of getting what I think the best guys are in the hypothetical lineup. 3) Just basing on high school success, since that's what the topic is. 4) Don't put much stock in inflated records with no national success. 5) Obviously had to leave some studs out, especially in the lower weights.

    106 - Henry Cejudo (Maryvale)
    113 - Ryak Finch (Safford)
    120 - Danny Vega (Ironwood Ridge)
    126 - Brandon Courtney (Desert Edge)
    132 - RBY (Sunnyside)
    138 - Angel Cejudo (Maryvale)
    145 - Eric Larkin (Sunnyside)
    152 - Quentin Hovis (Seton Catholic)
    160 - Nick Frost (Salpointe Catholic)
    170 - Aaron Simpson (Antelope)
    182 - Quint Swanberg (Horizon)
    195 - Danny Faqir (Apache Junction)
    220 - Garrett Ryan (Horizon)
    HWT - Cain Velasquez (Kofa)
     
  12. swingsingle

    swingsingle Member

    The top three heavyweight of all time in AZ are
    1. Curly Culp - Yuma Hs - NCAA Champion
    2. Cain Velasquez- Kofa HS - two time NCAA All - American
    3. Tim Croff - Dobson HS - 4 time state placer - 2 time state champion
    1995 NHSCA senior national champion.

    IMO
     
  13. blackbaby

    blackbaby New Member

    Just a question were all your selections 4 time state champions , for example Danny Vega, do you really think he was better than Brady and Andrews at the same weight class.
     
  14. Coach P

    Coach P Member

    D Vega was AZ first triple crown winner at that weight....so yes, he was better than Brady and Andrews at that weight.
     
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