2013-14: 12-7 record in open tournaments while competing unattached at 157 and 165 lbs. ... 3-2 record at the Blugold Open ... won the Duhawk Open with a 4-0 record ... 1-2 record at the Grand View Open ... won the Dan Gable Open at 157 lbs., while going 4-0 ... 1-2 record at the Loras Open
High School: Illinois Scholastic Wrestler of the Year as a senior ... earned a third place finish at state as a junior and a senior ... had a fourth place finish at the USA Preseason Nationals as a junior ... qualified for state as a sophomore ... earned academic all-state honors as a junior and senior ... member of the 2012 Illinois Team at the Fargo Cadet and Junior National Championships
Davis on Weber: "His brother goes here. He had a chance to go to other schools, like his brother, but he chose Wisconsin because of, one, his brother. I think he's seen the way we run our program, the way we run our business here. I think he really likes the staff. I think he feels comfortable here at the UW. It's a great place to excel academically and athletically. I think he's a kid that will get better as he's in our room daily. It's always nice to have family around too. Every young kid goes through tough times in workouts and trying to figure things out. It'll be nice to have a bigger brother here to help guide him through things like that and have someone to lean on."
Personal: Parents are Jackie and Joey Weber ... has two siblings, Brandon (21) and Mallory (16) ... skiing is one of his favorite hobbies ... intends to major in business and is interested in law school after graduating ... brother, Brandon, is also a member of the UW Wrestling team ... major is Business and entrepreneurship.
Off the Mat with Justin
First started wrestling (age/grade): 7/Second grade
My favorite thing about Wisconsin Wrestling is: Camaraderie
Before each match I: Listen to music
One thing I absolutely have to do before I turn 40: Make a billion dollars.
Favorite Barry Davis quote: "Two words: Mind Set"
Favorite quote: Success is the best revenge.
Most memorable wrestling achievement: Illinois Scholastic Wrestler of the Year
If I could change one wrestling rule, it would be... Stalemate. Let the boys wrestle.