Any thoughts on the off season wrestling? Who is fargo ready?
Off-season wrestling, specifically in Freestyle and Greco-Roman, is absolutely VITAL to the development of the most "next-level attractive" top-tier wrestlers. Idaho's far-and-away best wrestlers over the years, those who did great in high school and then carried on that success in college and beyond, spent their springs and summers competing in FS/GR.
Jon Jay Chavez
Those are just off the top of my head, and only include those who have had NCAA D1 and/or USAW/UWW prominence. I know I've missed some others who also did very well at those levels, and if you add NAIA and NJCAA prominence, the list probably grows by a factor of ten, and again the VAST (99%+) majority of those wrestlers also wrestled FS/GR to round out their skill sets and attract college coaches' attention and investment.
Parents take heed: if your local club focuses only, or even predominantly (more than an even split) on Folkstyle, your young wrestlers are being sold short. Demand more, or (if you're serious about the investment beyond just something good/fun for your kids to do) find a different club.
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