2004-05: Stormed onto the Virginia Tech wrestling scene in his rookie campaign by winning six out of his first seven matches by fall ... Signature win was a 54-second pin over Nathan Costello of Ohio State, sparking the Hokies to their first-ever win over the Buckeyes ... Finished second on the team with 13 falls in 37 matches ... Finished 14-6 in dual matches, undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference matches with a 5-0 record ... Was runner-up at 125 pounds in first ACC Tournament, earning All-ACC honors ... Recorded two major decisions and finished the season fourth on the team with 70 dual match points ... Defeated No. 14-ranked Joe Kemmerer of UNC Greensboro, 8-7, on Feb. 12 for his first career upset over a ranked opponent ... Fastest fall was 43-second pin over Donald Butler of Cumberland College in his first match of the Carolina-Irwin Open, fourth-fastest time on the Tech squad in 2005 ... Placed second at Navy Classic and third at the Carolina-Irwin Open.
High School: Lettered four times for Coach Steve Martin at Great Bridge High ... Won the 2004 Virginia AAA State title as a senior, going 49-5 ... Started two years at 103 pounds and two years at 119 ... Won the national title at the NHSCA Freestyle tournament in Birmingham, AL in 2000 ... Had a career prep record of 112-28.
Personal: Justin Jon Staylor was born August 10, 1985 in Norfolk, VA ... The son of John and Julie Staylor ... Brother, Jody, was an NCAA runner-up at North Carolina ... Brother, Christian, qualified for the NCAA Championships last season at Arizona State and transferred to Old Dominion for this season ... Also has a sister, Carrie, and a younger brother, Casey, who wrestles at Great Bridge ... Majoring in human nutrition, foods and exercise.