ABOUT TOLBERT: He was a region champion last year. This year as a junior, he is undefeated at 19-0 with 17 of those coming as pins. He was undefeated at the Millard Iron Man and Dixie Desert Storm tournaments. He has a 3.67 GPA
ABOUT CHAMBERLAIN: He is ranked No. 1 in the nation right now and is a three-time state champion. He has a 160-2 record and has not lost since his sophomore year. He has signed to wrestle at Boise State and has a 3.78 GPA.
ABOUT FAIRBROTHER: He is a two-time state placer with a runner-up finish last year as a junior. He won the Titan Duals and Clash of the Titans this season and was voted the most outstanding wrestler. He carries a 3.0 GPA.
ABOUT JONES: He is a two-time state placer and received all-American status when he placed third at the Greco Jr. Nationals. He is a two-time Rocky Mountain Regional champion in Freestyle and Greco with a 3.87 GPA.
ABOUT SHAFER: He is a three-time state placer including a runner-up finish in 2006 and a state championship in 2007. He earned All-American status this year at the Reno Tournament of Champions by finishing third, and won both the Layton Invitational and Weber Duals with the most pins. He has a 3.5 GPA.
ABOUT RUTLEDGE: He was third in his region last season and finished third at the Layton Invitational. He is a two-time champion at the North Summit tournament and is an improving student.
ABOUT KENDRICK: He is a two-time third-place finisher at the state tournament. He won the Carbon Duals and the Weber Duals. He has 18 pins and two technical falls on the season. He was the Greco and Freestyle state champion in 2007 and has a 3.5 GPA.
ABOUT JOHNSON: He won a surprising state title as a sophomore after finishing third and region. After a repeat last year, he is a two-time defending state champion. He is also a two-time champion at the Viewmont Invitational. He carries a 3.4 GPA.
ABOUT SWEAT: As a freshman he finished third at the state tournament. Last year as a sophomore, he won a state title despite finishing second in the region. he won the Weber Duals and has a 3.1 GPA.
ABOUT MANGUM: He is a three-time state placer with a fifth-place finish as a freshman, fourth as a sophomore and second as a junior. He was a Cadet All-American in 2006 and has a 25-4 record on the season with a 3.4 GPA.
ABOUT CLARK: He won the state tournament last season as a junior as well as the Millard Iron Man, the Juab Winter Classic and the Reno Tournament of Champions. This year, he won the Millar, Juab and Manti tournaments. He has a 3.1 GPA.
ABOUT ANDERSON: He place third in the region as a sophomore and second as a junior. He went undefeated at the Millard Iron Man Duals and at the Dixie Desert Storm. He is undefeated on the year with a 3.0 GPA.
ABOUT WILLIAMSON: He finished second last year at the state tournament as a junior. He was a state champion in Greco in 2004. In 2005 he finished fourth in the Western Region in Freestyle, and sixth in the region in Greco-Roman.
ABOUT LARSEN: Larsen is a two-time state placer with a third-place finish last season and a state champion in 2006. He won the Viewmont Invitational earlier this season and also is a regualr in different theater productions.
ABOUT BAINTER: He is still garnering his awards and accolades for the high school ranks, but he was a two-time junior high state champion and even won a national championship at that level. He carries a 3.3 GPA.
ABOUT FOY: As a freshman, he wond the Juab and Manti Duals and won the region and state championships. As a sophomore, he has again won the Juab and Manti Duals, and added the Panguitch Tournament where he was voted most outstanding wrestler. He has a 3.5 GPA.
ABOUT SALAZAR: He is a two-time defending state champion. This senior is an astounding 11-time All-American and has won the Reno Tournament of Champions each of the last two years. He is signed to wrestle at Michigan next year and has a 3.75 GPA.
ABOUT PRINCE: He is a two-time runner up at the state tournament and looking to improve on those second-place finishes. He took second at the Dixie Desert Storm and is 20-1 on the season. He won the Panguitch Invitational and Juab Duals. He has a 3.1 GPA.
ABOUT MOSS: This senior is a two-time state placer with two fifth-place finishes at the state tournament. He was second in the region last season, and was recently third at the Layton Invitational. He has a 3.3 GPA.
ABOUT TUTTLE: He went 8-2 at both the Millard Iron Man Duals and the Juab Winter Classic. He was the champion at the Viewmont Invitational and currently has a 3.7 GPA.
ABOUT FAGER: He finished second as a sophomore in Arizona before moving to Utah as a junior. He participated in the All-star last season and got a win before winning the state tournament. He has a 2.97 GPA.
ABOUT LOFTHOUSE: He was a region and state champion last season as a freshman. He finished second this season at both the Layton and Viewmont Invitationals and is 63-5 in his career. He has a 3.8 GPA.
ABOUT STOTT: He was awarded All-American status last season as he won the Rocky Mountain Rumble and went on to win a state title. He was undefeated at the Millard Iron Man and won the Juab and Viewmont tournaments. He has a 3.0 GPA.
ABOUT SULLIVAN: He was second in the state as a sophomore and has had a hot start on the year with wins at Layton and Weber. He took third at the Reno Tournament of Champions and has a state championship in Greco in 2007.
ABOUT CRANDALL: He was a decorated junior high wrestler as a three-time state champion and a third-place finish at teh Reno World of Wrestling Tournament. He took second in the state last year as a freshman and has a 3.8 GPA.
ABOUT BROWN: He is a two-time state champion and has earned All-American status several times over with his outstanding overall wrestling abilities. He signed to wrestle at Iowa State next season and still carries a 4.0 GPA.
ABOUT MOSS: He wrestled in the All-star last season as a freshman and won. He then went on to win a state championship. He is a Cadet All-American. He won the Viewmont Invitational earlier this season and has a 3.5 GPA.
ABOUT SMITH: He finished second at state as a sophomore and won a state title as a junior. He is a four-time All-American, most recently from his third-place finish at the Reno Tournament of Champions. He was all-state in football as well and has a 3.75 GPA
ABOUT LOFTHOUSE: He won both the region and state titles as both a freshman and sophomore, and he is off to a great start in his junior year with a third-place finish at the Beast of the East. He carries a 4.0 GPA.