Dinuba’s Jacob Wright, the 138-pound runner-up at the CIF State Championships last season, has become the first high school competitor to give an oral commitment to Fresno State’s re-launched wrestling program.
Dinuba’s Jacob Wright, the 138-pound runner-up at the CIF State Championships last season, has become the first high school competitor to give an oral commitment to Fresno State’s re-launched wrestling program. MICHAEL WRIGHT Photo courtesy of Michael Wright
Dinuba’s Jacob Wright, the 138-pound runner-up at the CIF State Championships last season, has become the first high school competitor to give an oral commitment to Fresno State’s re-launched wrestling program. MICHAEL WRIGHT Photo courtesy of Michael Wright

State wrestling runner-up Jacob Wright of Dinuba commits to Fresno State

July 14, 2016 10:30 AM

UPDATED July 14, 2016 04:47 PM

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