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November 16, 2017

Wood Report: NCAA Cross Country Championship Men’s Individual Projections & All-Americans

Below you can find who I project will finish from 99th to 50th place at the 2017 NCAA Cross Country National Championship. Questions? Criticisms? Direct them my way at @Wood_Report

99 Liam Dee Iona
98 Garrett Corcoran California- West
97 Miler Haller Boise State
96 Andrew Johnston Air Force
95 Colin Abert Penn State- Mid-Atlantic
94 Peter Lomong Northern Arizona
93 Chartt Miller Iona
92 Noah Schutte Portland
91 Nahom Solomon Georgia Tech- South
90 Lachlan Cook Virginia
89 Steven Fahy Stanford
88 Derek Gutierrez Ole Miss
87 Kasey Knevelbaard Southern Utah
86 Alex Rogers Texas
85 Thomas Pollard Iowa State
84 Gilbert Kirui Iona
83 Connor O’Neill Texas
82 Josh Kerr New Mexico- Mountain
81 Caleb Webb Portland
80 Frank Lara Furman
79 Mahmoud Moussa Washington
78 Blair Hurlock Stanford
77 Conor Lundy Princeton
76 Jonathan Harper BYU
75 Aaron Baumgarten Michigan
74 Johannes Motschmann Iona
73 Luis Martinez Oklahoma State
72 Philo Germano Syracuse
71 Sam Prakel Oregon
70 Garrett Reynolds UCLA
69 Cameron Griffith Arkansas
68 Ben Veatch Indiana- Great Lakes
67 Cooper Teare Oregon
66 Joe Hardy Wisconsin- Great Lakes
65 Eduardo Herrera Colorado
64 Mickey Davey Air Force
63 Brent Demarest Virginia
62 Sam Wharton Stanford
61 Josh Collins Southern Utah
60 Nick Hauger Portland
59 Morgan Beadlescomb Michigan State
58 Dan Curts Iowa State
57 Cole Rockhold Colorado State
56 Ryan Forsyth Colorado
55 Josh Brickell Furman
54 Mike Tate Southern Utah
53 Ben Flanagan Michigan
52 Paul Luevano Boston U. -Northeast
51 Zach Perrin Colorado
50 Tanner Anderson Oregon
49 Aaron Templeton Furman
48 Emmanuel Rotich Tulane-South Central
47 Jeff Thies Portland
46 Sylvester Barus Oklahoma State
45 Clark Ruiz Michigan State
44 Andrew Jordan Iowa State
43 Grant Fischer Colorado State
42 Luis Grijalva Northern Arizona
41 Daniel Jaskowak Virginia Tech
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