Here are some wrestlers to keep an eye on this season, in alphabetical order:
Zach Agostino, Egg Harbor, senior: The Region 8 champion at 160 and a three-time district champion moves up to 171, where he has the potential to dominate.
Anthony Baldosaro, Eastern, senior: A two-time state champion at 140 and a three-time region and district titlist, he moves up to 145, where he can become the fourth wrestler in South Jersey history to win three state belts. He is a University of Iowa recruit.
Rob Deutsch, Eastern, junior: He moves up to 119 after winning a state championship at 112 last season. He is a two-time District 26 and Region 7 titlist.
Joe Duca, Paulsboro, senior: Bound for Indiana University, he was a state runner-up at 119 last season and is a three-time District 29 and Region 8 winner who will move up to 125.
Mike Dwyer, Cinnaminson, senior: He was eliminated in the pre-quarterfinal heavyweight round at the state meet after placing third in Region 7 and winning the District 26 title.
James Green, Willingboro, junior: He placed fourth in the state at 130 after winning the Region 7 title and the District 26 crown for the second consecutive time.
Zach Greenwald, Paulsboro, senior: He placed third in the state at 215 last season. He was also a runner-up in Region 8 and won the District 29 crown for the third consecutive time.
Jared Holliday, Burlington Township, senior: He placed eighth in the state at 189, where he was second in Region 7 and third in District 26.
Preston Keiffer, Eastern, senior: He placed fifth in the state at 160 after winning Region 7 for the third time and District 26 for the second consecutive year. The Iowa recruit will remain at 160.
Matt Sausman, Camden Catholic, junior: He placed third in the state at 103 last season, when he won the Region 7 title. He has won two District 28 titles and will move up to 119.
Codie Spatz, Burlington Township, junior: He placed seventh in the state at 145 after winning Region 7 and finishing second in District 26.
Hank Stinson, Eastern, senior: A state champion at 125 and a two-time District 26 and Region 7 champ, he was sidelined by injury last February and moves up to 140, where he will pursue another state crown.
Taylor Walsh, Camden Catholic, senior: He won the state title last season at 135 and will move to 140 or 145. He also won Region 7 last season and is a two-time District 28 winner.
Chuck Zeisloft, Gateway, senior: He was fourth in the state last season at 112 after winning the Region 8 and District 29 crowns for the second straight time. He will move up to 119 or 125.
- Bill Iezzi