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College Week One: Rookie Review

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photo courtesy of Zachary Lucy; Missouri Athletics

We've got a week of DI action in the books and one of the first things I like to monitor every year is, "how are the freshmen handling the transition to college?" There are plenty that we expect to succeed that do, while there are also many that we didn't see coming, too. Of course, this college season is one like nothing we've experienced before. One of those unusual occurrences is that 2020-21 is a "free-year" eligibility-wise. With that in mind, coaches are more likely to let a true freshman get a taste of dual-action and wrestle their best possible lineups. 

We've scoured through the results and found a handful (or maybe two) of freshmen that shined during the course of the opening weekend. They are listed in alphabetical order based on their school name. 

Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State)

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