The Guillotine – April 13, 2018

The April 13, 2018 issue of The Guillotine has arrived! Featured content in this issue includes: Success Breeds Success – Tyler Eischens, One-On-One with Brayton Lee, Things I Find Interesting – Vintage Photos, Meeting Kids Where They Are At – Maple Grove Wrestling, and Not Just a Break – Jake Ubert.

More content in this issue: Division I National Championships Action, Lace ‘Em Up, MWCA Report, Gable Steveson Selected as Mr. Wrestler MN 2018, Officially Speaking, Where Have They Gone? – Kasey Meiners, Upcoming Camps-Clinics-Training, MWCA Awards, Ask The Doc, View From The Matbird Seat.

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One-on-One with Brayton Lee

Brayton Lee, a senior at Brownsburg (Ind.) High School, is one of the nation’s top wrestlers in the Class of 2018. Lee finished his high school career as a three-time state champion with a career record of 164-1. He signed with the University of Minnesota in the fall and is part of a 2018 recruiting class that includes Gable Steveson, Patrick McKee, and Ryan Thomas, among others.

InterMat caught up with the Gopher signee to talk about his career, decision to attend Minnesota, wrestling goals and much more. Continue reading at

#1 Brayton Lee Signs With Minnesota

Brayton Lee loomed large as one of the final athletes to make his college commitment. Today, the nation’s top-ranked 152-pounder signed his national letter of intent with the Minnesota Gophers.

Lee cements a very strong recruiting class for Brandon Eggum and his coaching staff. Joining him in Minneapolis are consensus No. 1 recruit Gable Steveson, Fargo champ Patrick McKee (No. 2 at 120), Super 32 champ Ryan Thomas (No. 6 at 160), and fellow Indiana native Kasper McIntosh (No. 8 at 145). A new 2018 Big Board is dropping Wednesday, but currently, the Gophers have four Top-100 recruits.

The two-time state champ from Brownsburg, Indiana projects as either a 149 or 157 in college. We have him rated as the No. 2 prospect at 157 pounds. Continue reading at