Mead High School wrestler Chandler Rogers (class of 2014) has given a verbal commitment to Oklahoma State, his dad has told SWX.
Rogers, the top-ranked high school wrestler in the nation at 170 pounds, as ranked by Intermat, is a three-time Washington state champion. Rogers has not lost since his freshman season and went 43-0 during his junior campaign with 41 pins.
Rogers' older brother, Jordan, just completed his freshman year at Oklahoma State. The Cowboys are one of the most storied collegiate wrestling programs, having won four straight NCAA team championships from 2003-2006.
You can watch Rogers wrestle here.
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