After his upset pin over Northern Illinois' #18 Shawn Scott, Benjamin caught the attention of the folks over at FloWrestling. Each week they rank the top 10 upsets across the nation and Benjamin's win came in at #10. The writer also said that Benjamin looks like a guy who is on the verge of qualifying for nationals - very high praise.
Logan Rill, the 195-pounder, is the middle man in his own family’s tradition at Mount St. Joseph. His brother, Keagan, a sophomore, is the Gaels’ 220-pounder. An older brother, Tyler, graduated from Mount St. Joseph in 2012. He’s wrestling for the University of Buffalo, where Logan has been accepted.
Their father starred in the sport for North Carroll High in the 1980s. They live in Hampstead. Why drive past schools like McDonogh to go to Mount St. Joseph?
"I began hearing about the tradition here when my brother (Tyler) was a freshman," he said. "We talk about that a lot here, and we want to be the team that makes it great again. We’re very close. This is like family."
This is really a great, deep dive into UB Wrestling, and a good advertisement for the school from John Stutzman. If you're just getting into the team because of our coverage and want to learn more, it's a good place to start.