skip navigation

Top 50 Countdown - #42-#41

By MI Grappler, 03/20/20, 12:45PM EDT


42. Jackson Morse

Morse won three state championships for Lowell and was a four-time state finalist.  He also won a pair of titles at Super 32 in 2008 and 2009.  At the Dapper Dan, he defeated #1 ranked Dylan Alton and was subsequently rated as the top recruit in the nation by Intermat and the #2 recruit by Amateur Wrestling News.  Additionally, he was the 2010 Wrestler of the Year by MIG and a 2nd Team Asics/Tiger All-American

He continued his career at Illinois where he qualified for the NCAA tournament three times.  As a senior Morse finished 4th at 165 lbs, wrapping up a career in which he picked up 106 victories for the Illini.

Flowrestling Videos:
Super 32 final vs Taylor Massa
Super 32 final vs Joey Napoli (PA)

41. Erich Harvey

In high school, Harvey was a three-time finalist for Allegan and capped off his prep career with back-to-back state titles for the Tigers.  He would head off the Michigan State where he left his mark on the Spartan program.

He qualified for the NCAA's all four seasons and was an All-American as a junior, placing 5th at 177 lbs.  Two other years he was a match away from the podium and he scored 12 career wins at the national tournament.  Harvey helped MSU pick up a team trophy in '95, when the Spartans finished 3rd in the nation.  He is the all-time wins leader for the school (147) and is 6th all-time in falls (35).