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Top 10 wrestlers to watch on Long Island

These are the top 10 wrestlers to watch from Nassau and Suffolk.

Dylan Ryder of Half Hollow Hills West at

Dylan Ryder of Half Hollow Hills West at the Newsday 2017-18 wrestling preview shoot on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Dylan Ryder, Half Hollow Hills West, Sr.

Ryder went 41-1 last season en route to Suffolk and state titles at 106 pounds. As a sophomore, Ryder was a Suffolk champ and state runner-up. Has a career mark of 84-3.

Adam Busiello, Eastport-South Manor, Jr.

A three-time state champion and four-time state finalist, Busiello had a 47-1 record at 120. The six-time Super 32 Tournament champion has a career record of 195-8.

Justin Vines, Wantagh, Sr.

A two-time Nassau champion, went 49-3 and won a state title at 126. Vines was fourth in the state as a sophomore, and has a career record of 162-18.

Jacori Teemer, Long Beach, Sr.

Four-time Nassau and state champion. Attempting to become the second wrestler in the state (and first from Long Island) to win five state crowns. Was 29-1 at 132, and is 170-5 for his career.

Jake Silverstein, Hauppauge, Sr.

He went 41-2 at 138 and was a state runner-up. He was also second in the state as a freshman. The senior has a career record of 188-13.

Deonte Wilson, Amityville, Sr.

The defending Suffolk champ and state runner-up at 285 pounds went 36-4. Wilson was a state qualifier as a sophomore. He has a career record of 135-21.

Anthony Sciotto, Rocky Point, Sr.

Suffolk champ at 113 and third in the state with a 45-3 mark. Fifth in the state as a sophomore at 99 pounds. Sciotto is 147-24 for his career.

Jordan Titus, Center Moriches, Fr.

Titus was the Suffolk Division II champion and state runner-up at 99 pounds as an eighth grader for the Red Devils. Titus lost the state final match in overtime.

Jack Bokina, Mattituck, Sr.

Was the Suffolk Division II champ and state runner-up at 126 when he sported a 47-4 record. The three-time state placewinner has a career record of 159-35.

Luke Bokina, Mattituck, Sr.

Was a state qualifier as a sophomore. Last season, went 48-7 and was the Suffolk Division II champ and state runner-up at 120. Overall, has a career record of 144-33.

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