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OSU Wrestling: Three-Time All-American Cameron Amine Commits to Cowboys

Amine has competed at 165 his entire career.



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The Cowboys nabbed another All-American (and 165-pounder) from the transfer portal.

Former Michigan wrestler Cameron Amine announced Thursday via Instagram that he committed to Oklahoma State with one year of eligibility left. Amine was a three-time All-American at 165 pounds for the Wolverines before falling in the Blood Rounds this past season. He has competed at 165 his entire college career.


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Amine was 64-25 during his Michigan career. He finished in seventh place at the NCAA Wrestling Championships as a redshirt freshman in 2021. He then placed fourth the next two seasons before just missing All-American status this past season.

Prior to Michigan, Amine was a three-time Michigan state champion out of Detroit Catholic Central High School. He was 167-15 in his preps career, including 40-0 as a senior.

Amine comes from a strong wrestling family, especially at Michigan. His brother, Jordan, was also a Wolverine in 2015-18, right before Cameron got to campus. Their cousin, Myles, was an NCAA finalist in 2022 for Michigan and won a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021. Amine’s uncle, Mike, and cousin, Malik, also wrestled at Michigan.

Amine becomes OSU’s forth transfer portal commitment this offseason and second since David Taylor was named head coach after John Smith’s retirement. Of OSU’s four portal additions, three competed at 165 pounds last season. That was a hole for the Cowboys with Izzak Olejnik exhausting his eligibility after becoming an All-American during his only season in Stillwater after transferring from Northern Illinois. Ironically, Amine beat Olejnik 2-1 in Amine’s collegiate debut in 2019.

The Cowboys’ first two portal additions, Dean Hamiti and Caleb Fish, committed to OSU before Taylor took over the program. Hamiti was a two-time All-American at 165 from Wisconsin. Fish was a three-year starter for Michigan State at 165. OSU’s most recent commitment before Amine was Wyatt Hendrickson, who was a two-time All-American at heavyweight while at Air Force.

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