photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com
The post-Fargo recruiting fallout has already started! Friday evening Jordan Crace of Elyria, Ohio announced on social media that he had given a verbal commitment to wrestle at Michigan State. Crace is fresh off of a sixth-place finish in Junior Freestyle’s 138 lb bracket at Fargo. Jordan won his first five matches before falling in a wild 14-11 bout to fellow Ohio-native Gabe Tagg in the semis. Ranked fourth in the latest national rankings, Crace’s commitment is huge for a Spartan team that his looking to fight their way towards the top of the Big Ten. His sixth-place finish marked the first time that Jordan has become an All-American in Fargo. Last season, he started off the year impressively placing eighth at the Super 32 then followed that with a finals appearance at the Ironman, while competing for Graham High School. Crace did not get to compete in the high school postseason after transferring. During the 2016-17 season, Jordan was an Ohio state champion at 120 lbs. He projects to be a 141 lber for Michigan State Head Coach Roger Chandler.
For Jordan Crace and other college commitments, check the commitments page.