Barring injuries, Penn State is still a firm #1 next season, but Ohio State will be a solid #2.
125: Rodriguez (Ehhhh....the potential is there, but he needs to, #1, get healthy, and, #2, become more consistent).
133: Tomasello (Rumors are out there that NaTo is going back to 125, but I don't believe them; potential champ).
141: Hayes/Pletcher (If it were up to me, I'd RS Pletcher and let him go back to 133 after NaTo graduates, but it all depends on how well Hayes returns from injury).
149: M. Jordan (Will fight Sorensen for 2nd behind Retherford at NCAA's if nobody changes weight classes; as with NaTo, there are rumors that he might go back to 141, but I'll believe it when I see it. If he does though, he's a potential champ).
157: Racer/Ryan (Racer is a JUCO champ, but how well he does at D1 is difficult to tell).
165: Campbell (I'm going to operate under the assumption that the transfer from Pitt will start, and if he improves with the stiffer competition he will face in the practice room, compared to Pitt, he is a potential placer).
174: B. Jordan (This is just my personal opinion, but the BoJo from two years ago would've been the NCAA champ this year. I know he was injured this year, and I hope he comes back with a vengeance, but Mark Hall is a prodigy and now he gets a full offseason in a college lifting program which will diminish the one glaring advantage Bo had on him. Let's hope Bo gets his title, though. He deserves it.)
184: Martin (If he's on, he can beat Nickal and pick up his second title. Consistency is key though).
197: Moore (With Cox and Pfarr gone, 197 is his to lose).
HWT: Syder (............yeah).