Oklahoma State will have three 2021 commits compete in October at the eighth annual FloWrestling’s “Who’s Number One” competition with Kyle Haas, Travis Mastrogiovanni and Victor Voinovich.
It’ll be the first time the competition will be held in Austin, Texas, where FloWrestling’s headquarters is. The event will be Saturday, Oct. 3.
“Who’s Number One” is a dual-style competition with the country’s best high school wrestlers. The winners at each weight will earn FloWrestling’s No. 1 ranking to begin the 2020-21 season.
All rankings are by FloWrestling: 2021 and 2022
Haas, the No. 10 overall recruit in 2021 and No. 1 at 220 pounds, is coming off a 27-1 junior season and Kansas Class 5A runner-up finish. He was a 2019 United States’ Cadet World team member in freestyle and Greco-Roman.
Haas will wrestle Nick Feldman of Malvern Prep in Pennsylvania. Feldman, ranked No. 11 in 2022 and No. 1 at 195, took third in freestyle and won the Greco-Roman title at 182 pounds at last year’s Fargo national championship. He was 47-3 this past season.
Mastrogiovanni, the ninth-ranked recruit and top wrestler at 152 pounds, will face Ohio State commit Paddy Gallagher. Mastrogiovanni was injured for much of this past season for Blair Academy in New Jersey and did not compete at the National Prep tournament.
Gallagher, the No. 2 ranked wrestler at 160 behind uncommitted Cael Valencia, went 33-1 for Ohio powerhouse St. Edward and was projected to win the state tournament before it was canceled due to health concerns surrounding the coronavirus. Gallagher is a 2019 junior national champion.
Voinvoich, No. 17-ranked recruit, will wrestle Nebraska commit Jagger Condomitti for the top spot at 145 pounds. Voinvoich, a 2019 Walsh Ironman finalist, won the Ohio state tournament as a freshman and took third as a sophomore for Brecksville. He’s a three-time All-American in freestyle with back-to-back third-place finishes and a runner-up finish in 2019.
Condomitti captured his 100th career win this past season for Northampton in Konkrete, Pennsylvania. He has a District 11 PA championship to his name along with four major second-place finishes (Beast of the East, Escape the Rock, Northeast Regional, PIAA 2A).
138: Shayne Van Ness (Rutgers) vs Jordan Williams
138: Joel Vandervere (Northwestern) vs Jesse Mendez
126: Jordan Titus (West Virginia) vs Dean Peterson (Princeton)
152: Victor Voinovich (OK State) vs Jagger Condomitti (Nebraska)
285: Kyonte Hamilton (Rutgers) vs Chase Horne
220: Kyle Hass (OK State) vs Nick Feldman
145: Cody Chittum vs Wyatt Henson (Iowa)
195: Seth Shumate vs Tate Picklo (Oklahoma)
73 kg: Kennedy Blades vs Amit Elor
132: Nic Bouzakis vs Ryan Crookham
160: Paddy Gallagher (Ohio State) vs Travis Mastrogiovanni (OK State)
120: Richie Figueroa (Arizona State) vs Drake Ayala (Iowa)
170: Alex Facundo (Penn State) vs Cael Valencia
138: Van Ness/Williams vs Vandervere/Mendez