Another one is coming over to Rutgers.
Phillipsburg senior Cody Harrison had his commitment announcement via twitter yesterday and will enter the Rutgers wrestling room in the Fall of 2019.
Stateliner Wrestling Fans...please join us in wishing a huge congratulations to Cody Harrison on his commitment to @RUWrestling!!! pic.twitter.com/457nOBHuEA— PBurg HS Wrestling (@PBurgHSWrestlin) January 27, 2019
Harrison wrestles at 152 pounds and will contend for state title later in March. In the 2017-18 season, he was a Region 3 champion and finished 4th in the state at 138 pounds. His two losses in the tournament were at the expense of future Rutgers teammate JoJo Aragona, who is ranked No. 1 in the country among high schoolers at 138. We took a look at Aragona last May.
Boom!— Coach Scott Goodale (@CoachGoodale) January 26, 2019
Harrison, at the moment, projects as a 157 pounder at the collegiate level. However, we all know a handful of these recruits bump a bit, so he could possibly go 165 next season. I’d expect a redshirt year for Harrison in 2019-20.
Cody Harrison - Warren Hills, NJ via Phillipsburg is committed to Rutgers!— PinFall Recruiting (@PinFallRecruit) January 27, 2019
2x State Placer
In the #PFRdatabase. @RUWrestling; @PBurgHSWrestlin; @WHR_Wrestling
145: Pasquale Vizzoni (Hunterdon Central) picked up the first bonus points of the night with an 11-3 decision over Luke Hardin. Then HC forfeited to state-ranked No. 1 Cody Harrison at 152.— Pat Lanni (@PatLanniHS) January 25, 2019
Through four: Phillipsburg 9, Hunterdon Central 7 #njwrestling