125: #2 Nico Megaludis, So 16-1
133: Jordan Conaway, RS Fr 10-4
141: Bryan Pearsall, Sr 16-6
149: #3 Andrew Alton, So 17-1
157: #6 Dylan Alton, So 17-2
165: #2 David Taylor, Jr 17-1
174: #3 Matt Brown, So 17-2
184: #1 Ed Ruth, Jr 19-0
197: #3 Quentin Wright, Sr 18-0
285: #17 Jon Gingrich, So 14-5
Nico Megaludis finished 2nd at last year's NCAAs. He's a long, lanky wrestler. His lone loss of the year was to Anthony Zanetta of Pitt who is redshirting this year. His matches against other ranked wrestlers have been close.
Jordan Conaway hasn't had very tough competition this year, although he does have an overtime win to Tyler Graff of Wisconsin which is important to note. The Penn State message boards call him the Motor, so don't expect him to wear out.
Bryan Pearsall has had a bit of an up-and-down season. He has 5 pins to his name, but he also has random losses to people like, Julian Feikert of OK State and Dan Neff of Lock Haven.
Andrew Alton qualified for the NCAAs in 2011, but didn't place. He redshirted last year and has been very solid this year. He has 9 pins on the year (and was pinned by Sueflohn of NE on Sunday).
Dylan Alton finished 3rd at both Big10s and NCAAs in 2012. His losses this year are to #4 Joey Napoli of Lehigh (1st match of the year) and #5 James Fleming of Clarion.
David Taylor has finished 1st and 2nd at the NCAAs. His only loss (losses if you count the All-Star dual) is to Kyle Dake of Cornell, 2-3. His closest win of the year is 8-0. He has 8 pins, 7 tech falls and 2 major decisions. Winning by a regular decision isn't something he does.
Matt Brown did an awesome job last year filling in for an injured Ruth. His losses this year are to #2 Logan Storley of MN, fall 4:06 and to #3 Robert Kokesh of Nebraska, 7-10. He has faced about 5 "teen-ranked" opponents, beating all but one of them by regular decision.
Ed Ruth finished 3rd and 1st in the NCAAs and is the two-time defending Big10 champ. This year he has wrestled the 3 & 4 ranked wrestlers, winning both by decision (Robert Hamlin-Lehigh,11-9; Steve Bosak-Cornell,7-3). This season he has 7 pins and 3 tech falls.
Quentin Wright finished 1st in 2011 and 2nd in 2012. He has 8 pins on the season, otherwise his wins are mostly decisions. He hasn't faced any of the top 10. His highest ranked opponent has been Scott Schiller of Minnesota, 9-5.
Jon Gingrich started the season out strong, beating the likes of #12 Adam Chalfant of Indiana and #13 Odie Delaney of the Citadel. More recently he's had losses to #15 Jeremy Johnson of Ohio and #10 Connor Medbery of Wisconsin.