Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Ohio State Adds 'Camp' to Powerful List of Wrestling Recruits

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Four-time New Jersey State High School Wrestling Champion, Andrew Campolattano is headed to Ohio State next fall. The high school wrestling and football standout had previously expressed interest in playing football at the collegiate level. He committed to Rutgers last year, but in January he decided to spend his college career on the wrestling mats. 'Camp' entertained offers from Nebraska, Lehigh, and Virginia Tech among others, before committing to the Buckeyes program.

The Bound Book High School 205 lber joins a tough Ohio State recruiting class which includes a few of the nation's top ranked high school wrestlers -- Hunter Stieber, top ranked 135 lber and Cam Tessari, a 4x state champ both from Monroeville, Ohio, and Johnny DiJulius, a three-time state champ representing perennial powerhouse Walsh Jesuit H.S., and 4x Washington state champion Derek Garcia. Within a couple years Ohio State could find their program in the running for a national title.

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