Crawford, a second-team All-Metro selection a year ago, won the Class 2A-1A state championship last season by knocking off defending state champion Chris Spano of Marriotts Ridge in the semifinals and Northern Garrett’s Steven Yutzy, 6-5, in the 120-pound final. He finished 47-1 to help South Carroll win its fourth straight state tournament title.
Graham placed fifth at the 4A-3A state tournament as a sophomore, and last year he won the UCBAC and 4A-3A East regional titles. He earned two pins and a decision to place second at the state tournament at 195 pounds and finish the season 44-1. The senior is 78-5 over the past two seasons and is ranked second in the state by the MSWA.
Centennial, 145 pounds, junior
Kraisser continued his family’s legacy with a dominant sophomore season, winning his second state title with three pins and a decision in the 138-pound final at the 4A-3A state tournament. He placed eighth in junior freestyle at the junior national championships in July. The first-team All-Metro selection owns a career record of 80-4 and is ranked No. 10 in the country by Flowrestling.
Lorin has won the UCBAC, 4A-3A East regional and 4A-3A state tournament in his first two seasons, and owns a career record of 90-0. The junior won his second state title with a 3-2 decision over Parkdale’s Alex Giron last year and is ranked first in the state by the MSWA.
McDonogh, 138 pounds, senior
Mareno finished runner-up at the MIAA and MIS tournaments last year before placing sixth at National Preps. The 2016 second-team All-Metro selection has a career record of 105-38 with 53 pins and is ranked first in the state by the MSWA.
McHenry won the Beast of the East, Powerade, Escape the Rock, MIAA and MIS tournaments a year ago to finish the season 52-0. The junior won his second straight gold at the World Wrestling Freestyle Cadet Nationals World Championship in September and is ranked first in the country at 113 pounds by Flowrestling.
The Penn State football commit won the MIAA and MIS tournaments last season and finished fourth at National Preps. Mustipher, a first-team All-Metro selection in 2016, has a career record of 55-14 and is ranked second in the state by the MSWA.
St. Paul’s, 195 pounds, junior
Parr won the MIAA and MIS tournaments last year before placing fourth at National Preps at 182 pounds to finish with a record of 34-9. He is ranked No. 12 in the country at 182 pounds by Flowrestling and first in the state by the MSWA.
Pryor swept the postseason meets last year, en route to finishing 41-1 and becoming one of a handful of Baltimore City wrestlers to win a state championship with two pins, a technical fall and injury default at the state tournament. He is ranked first in the state by the MSWA.
Schultz placed second at Mount Mat Madness, MIAA and MIS tournaments and fifth at National Preps as a junior to finish with a 40-11 record. A second-team All-Metro selection last season, Schultz went 36-1 and placed second at the 4A-3A state tournament as a sophomore for Linganore.
Rasim Aliyev, Pikesville
Sam Alsheimer, Glenelg
Chris Barnabae, Mount Saint Joseph
Dakota Bowers, South Carroll
Hunter Crowley, Patterson Mill
Kyle Farace, Oakland Mills
Seth Fillers, Mount Saint Joseph
Ryan Garretson, Archbishop Spalding
Will Guida, St. Paul’s
Max Hammond, St. Paul’s
Tyler Harbison, South Carroll
Imran Heard, St. Paul’s
Justin Henry, Mount Saint Joseph
Dwayne Johnson, Dunbar
Ray Kable, McDonogh
Garrett Kappes, McDonogh
Tyson McDuffy, Owings Mills
Jordon Myers, Patterson Mill
Nick Nordhausen, Mount Hebron
Zach Phillips, Mount Saint Joseph
Nathan Porter, Mount Saint Joseph
Drew Pruett, Atholton
Keagan Rill, Mount Saint Joseph
Sam Smirnoff, Archbishop Spalding
Phil Smith, Owings Mills
Dominic Solis, McDonogh
Max Sotka, Glenelg
Austin Stith, Mount Saint Joseph
DeShawn Strand, Loyola Blakefield
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