Cohlton Schultz, a three-time state wrestling champion from Ponderosa, made his commitment to Arizona State on Tuesday night.
The senior announced his decision on Twitter:
Gotta thank everyone for supporting me along the way. Grateful and excited for the next step. Committed to furthering my academic and athletic career at Arizona State University pic.twitter.com/UALod2ICbw
— Cohlton Schultz (@TheCohlTrain) July 25, 2018
Schultz captured the 220-pound titles in Class 4A as a freshman and sophomore, and then won the heavyweight championship last season as he went undefeated.
That followed the world championship he won last summer.
Schultz has a chance to become a four-time champion in the winter. No wrestler has ever become a four-time champion while wrestling above 200 pounds.
He is the latest athlete from the Class of 2019 to make a college commitment.