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Tigers get a 'Blue Chipper'

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Tigers get a 'Blue Chipper'

Postby JM » Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:00 pm

Delbarton's Pat Glory announces that he is committing to Princeton. Glory was New Jersey's Wrestler of the Year last season as a junior. He is projected at 125 or 133 in college.
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Re: Tigers get a 'Blue Chipper'

Postby Ivan » Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:34 pm

Wow. Nice pick up.
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Re: Tigers get a 'Blue Chipper'

Postby thewhorehouseisbusy » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:57 am

Jersey boy elevates his game separating himself from the Jersey Shore rock heads at Rutgers. Only downside is he can expect a dry spell for 4 years but when he graduates and gets filthy rich, then the hot girls come aplenty.
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Re: Tigers get a 'Blue Chipper'

Postby JM » Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:43 am

... and the Tigers grab another headliner - this one with strong bloodlines.

From intermat -

Three-time state champion Quincy Monday (Carrboro, N.C.) verbally committed to Princeton University on Thursday evening. The No. 84 overall senior placed third at the Walsh Ironman this past weekend, was a runner-up at the Super 32 Challenge in late October, while also placing fourth at the Flo Nationals this spring.

Monday is currently ranked No. 9 nationally at 145 pounds, and projects to compete collegiately as a 149/157. He joins No. 15 Patrick Glory (Delbarton, N.J.) and No. 78 Marshall Keller (Christiansburg, Va.) as top 100 commits in this Princeton class. Quincy is also the son of 1988 Olympic gold medalist Kenny Monday.
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