Ohio is one of the richest high school wrestling states in
the country. Few state’s – if any – can agrue they’re better. Here’s a
look at the latest crop of Ohio standouts and
where they are headed for college.
The second Wednesday in November and the first Wednesday in February
every school year are highly anticipated. Why? Those are the National
Signing Days for college-bound athletes.
The first signing day –
for basketball, baseball, softball, tennis, swimming, wrestling, golf,
gymnastics, hockey and volleyball – is Nov. 9.
The second – for Football, soccer, track and field, cross country and
field hockey – is Feb. 8.
you’re signing with a school (or have verbally committed) we want to
know about it.
We are be putting together a comprehensive list of
all Ohio athletes headed to college so please tell us where you are
We will update the list as we get info.
information, email your name, high school, sport, position and college
destination to: email@example.com.
and good luck this year.
2012 SENIOR COLLEGE COMMITMENTS
Angelo Amenta, Oregon Clay (Columbia)
Nick Barber, St. Edward (Eastern Michigan)
Max Byrd, Cincinnati LaSalle (Ashland)
Jacob Davis, St. Edward (Eastern Michigan)
Caleb Denny, Moeller (Chattanooga)
George DiCamillo, St. Ignatius (Virginia)
Huston Evans, Graham (Virginia Tech)
Brent Fickel, Padua Franciscan (Ashland)
Isaac Jordan, Graham (Wisconsin)
Tommy Kimbrell, Fairmont (Standford)
Mike Labry, Twinsburg (Ashland)
Mark Martin, St. Edward (Ohio State)
Ryan Murdock, Dublin Coffman (Columbia)
Jonah Newburg, Northmont (Kent State)
Nate Skonieczny, Walsh Jesuit (Iowa)
Kagan Squire, Wadsworth (Ohio)
James Suvak, St. Edward (Virginia)
Nick Tavanello, Wadsworth (Ohio State)
Ryan Taylor, Graham (Wisconsin)
Ty Walz, St. Edward (Virginia Tech)
Joey Ward, Moeller (North Carolina)