Grant Leeth
Graduate from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Health as well as earning his degree from the Missouri’s Crosby MBA program. Battled injuries throughout his career but still amassed a 61-15 career record. In the 2017-18 season he earned All-America status and won his first conference title. That same year he became an All-American with a 6th place finish at the NCAA Championships. In high school he went 204-12 in high school, won freestyle nationals, super 32 and was a 3x Missouri state champion.

Tyler Berger
Tyler wrestled for University of Nebraska. He finished his career as one of the most decorated Huskers of all-time. He placed three times at the NCAA tournament, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, while compiling a 138-39 career record. For the past three season’s Tyler has served as the Volunteer Assistant for Nebraska. A Prineville, OR., native, Berger was a four-time state champion at Crook County, High School, where he amassed a career record of 198-3. He graduated from Nebraska in May of 2019 with a degree in psychology. 

Ben Honis
Ben enjoyed a successful collegiate career for Cornell earning All-American honors.  After finishing his wrestling eligibility he played football at Syracuse.    Ben competes at 97kg and has placed 2nd and 5th at the US open, and competed in the 2020(1) Olympic team trials.