Cal Poly

Three prep wrestlers sign Letters of Intent to compete for Cal Poly

The Cal Poly wrestling team announced the signings of three prep standouts to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday afternoon.

Mustang head coach Brendan Buckley and director of athletics Don Oberhelman officially announced the additions Monday, though each of the three wrestlers signed during the early signing period in mid-November.

Curtis Booth is a 141-pound recruit from Folsom High and is ranked fourth in his weight group in the Class of 2016 by Cal Grappler.

Ryan Farina, a 133-pounder from Tempe, Ariz., and the younger brother of current Cal Poly wrestler Glenn Farina, won a state championship at 126 pounds last February.

The final signee is 174-pound standout Tyler Mullen from Harrington Park, N.J. He placed fifth at state as a 160-pound junior and has compiled a 111-13 record with 52 pins during his career.