I think we would need to do this by decade or something...at least for the "old timers" among us Here are a few names to throw out there that you may/may not remember, mostly from the 1980s: Willie Paul Maxwell (Eloy) - 4x Sammy Chagolla (Peoria) - 4x Ernie Molina (Peoria) - 4x Shawn Charles (Santa Rita) - 3x Paul Salazar (St. Johns) - 4x Don (JR) Frye (Buena) - at least 2x Thom Ortiz (SS) - 3x I think Not too sure where all of these would fit in weight-wise, but the first 4 are lighter weights and the last three middle to heavier. I can't remember what weight Salazar was at because there were two of them I would put Frye up against anyone in his day - fun to watch. Rene Nunez from SS was also a bada$$ - still remember how he throttled that 2x undefeated kid from Vegas in the finals at FW in the old gym! The sport has changed so much and despite what some of my generation think (like my brother!), Arizona wrestling, as a whole, has vastly improved from 30 years ago (IMHO), thanks to great coaching and dedicated wrestlers and parents. This list is cool and what I like about it is that it gives recognition and respect to those wrestlers who have helped improve the sport in our state. Thanks for starting it BDBlue - good stuff.