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Mitch Polito

Postby TMH » Tue Nov 28, 2017 2:53 pm

Mitch has reportedly committed to Lehigh

3rd place NJ at 113

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Re: Mitch Polito

Postby Spladle88 » Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:34 am

Quite a stable of lightweights we have either coming in next year or red shirting this year or could be redshirting this year or in future.

Polito finished one match from placing at super 32 this year (still wrestling when the much more heralded Lane was done at 120, not a knock on Lane just saying although Polito a NJ third versus PA state champ Lane the ability obviously there).

Obviously you can never have too many potential 125/133's, as guys grow etc. Paetzell has three more years assuming he redshirts this year, Matt Parker, Jaret Lane, Lobeck, Farro, Abe, Burkett (probably missing somebody).

Going to be some interesting battles in the room.
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Re: Mitch Polito

Postby Legger » Fri Dec 01, 2017 1:02 pm

**** Good video of Mitch on Youtube. Nice throw by for TD, then Posted shoulder and spin behind. Good on top also with a nice Spiral ride and also good with grapevines. Also able to get off bottom rather easily. Good Pick Up.
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Re: Mitch Polito

Postby LU in NJ » Fri Dec 01, 2017 1:08 pm

>>>>>>>>Lightweights abound, but the natural trend is for many of the young guys to grow into higher weights.

Polito had a good run in the NJ states as his only loss was by a fairly close score to the champ in an earlier round and he wrestled back to place third.

Looking forward to watching some of the young guys develop into EIWA champs and AAs

The difference in Parker from a true frosh 125 ( EIWA 4th) to today shows the type of upside the young lightweights can look forward to.

2017 NCAA champ Darian Cruz. It's a great time to be a Lehigh wrestling fan.
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