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Oklahoma State wrestling guide to 2020 Super 32

Teague Travis, a 2021 class commit, and three brothers of future Cowboys will compete in the tournament.

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Oklahoma State commit Teague Travis will wrestle at Super 32, the United States’ best high school folkstyle tournament, this weekend at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in South Carolina.

Travis was a three-time Missouri state champion from Tolton Regional Catholic in Columbia before he moved to Stillwater earlier this year to finish out his high school career. The 138-pounder is ranked No. 82 in FloWrestling’s 2021 class list. Travis, OSU’s first commit for the 2021 class, projects to be at 141 or 149 pounds in college.

OSU will have three sibling connections at Super 32, with Anthony Ferrari (152), Angelo Ferrari (138) and Kael Voinovich (145). The Ferraris are the younger brothers of OSU freshman A.J. Ferrari and Voinovich is the younger brother of 2021 commit Victor Voinovich of Brecksville, Ohio. The Ferraris moved from Allen, Texas, to Stillwater this past summer.

Anthony Ferrari, a 2022 prospect that is ranked No. 4 in his weight class, listed OSU, Oklahoma and Minnesota as his top three schools in September. Both Angelo and Cael are 2024 prospects.

The tournament will be streamed on FloWrestling.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Session 1: (7 a.m.) — 106, 113, 120, 126, 182, 195, 220, HWT

Session 2: (2 p.m.) — 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170

Sunday, Oct. 25

- 7 a.m. — All divisions

- 4 p.m. — Anticipated end