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Last week in college wrestling recruiting: April 29-May 5

Not much happened last week in terms of high school commitment, but with the last day to enter the transfer portal being May 3, we got a lot of names throwing their hats into the ring. The biggest is 2022 141-pound national champion Andrew Alirez. Alirez spent this year in an Olympic redshirt. Two other All-Americans entered the portal, both from the University of Michigan: Chris Cannon and Cam Amine. Cannon spent the past year at Michigan dealing with concussion issues. Amine spent five years in Ann Arbor, finishing 7th, 4th and 4th before finishing in the round of 12 this past season.

April 22-28 Roundup | Transfer Tracker | List of obligations for 2024 | List of obligations for 2025

Enter the College Wrestling Transfer Portal

Andrew Alirez, Northern Colorado

Cam Amine, Mich

Chris Cannon, Mich

Terrell Barraclough, Penn State

Gerrit Nijenhuis, Oklahoma

Corey Camden, Arizona State

Tanner Gerber, NDSU

Cameron Adams, Central Michigan

Ariel Waldman, LIU

Ryan Stein, Chattanooga

Lane Aikey, Edinboro

Trae Thilmony, NDSU

Blake Schaffer, Kent State

Aidan Faria, Kent State

Seth Nitzel, Missouri

Felix Lettini, Wisconsin

Mikey Tal-Shahar, Wisconsin

Tyler Cymmerman, Pitt

Mitchell Broskie, Kent State

Santino Robinson, SIUE

Landon Johnson, NDSU

Carter Schmidt, Iowa State

Carlos Negrete Jr., NDSU

Kyle Burwick, Nebraska

Sean Solis, NDSU

Announced transfer

Clayton Ulrey from Virginia Tech to Northern Colorado

Gave Sax from NDSU to Oklahoma

Ryan Boersma from Missouri to North Carolina

Korbin Shepherd from Missouri to Cal Poly

Max Elton Buffalo to Lock Haven

Devin Wasley from Minnesota to NDSU

Carter Martinson from Iowa to Central College

Carson Martinson from Iowa to Central College

Andrew Huddleston of Iowa State to Maryville

Drew Woodley from Iowa State to Grandview