Leading Brawley are David Villagran at 105 pounds and Jose Reyes at 121, both entering as No. 1 seeds, and 142-pounder Hector Carrillo, seeded No. 2.
Other local high seeds are Imperial High's A.J. Smith (154) as a No. 1, Southwest High's Bill Amidon (127) seeded No. 3, Cody Acosta (105) of Holtville High at No. 5 and Central Union's Danny Vasquez (132) and Michael Staton (173), both No. 7 seeds.
"I'm just going into Masters trying to finish at whatever I was seeded," said Acosta, a 14-year-old freshman. "I never go into a tournament expecting to do good. Sometimes it just happens. I'm just going to use all this as a learning experience for the future and whatever happens, happens."
Also getting seeded in the top eight for Brawley are Bucky Leigh (162) and Jose Gutierrez (heavyweight) as No. 3 seeds, Martin Pulido (114) at No. 6, 154-pounder Kiddo Moreno at No. 7 and Tim Dowden (132) at No. 8.
Rounding out the Wildcats' qualifiers are Cesar Mendez (127), Steven Moreno (137), Ernest Chavez (147), Andy Buckner (173), Markie Cazares (191) and Miguel Miranda (217).
Other local qualifiers are Central's Mario Luna (105), Ernie Castallanos (121), Cameron Lechner (147) and Alan Adame (191), Holtville's Jonathan Hawk (137) and Imperial's Miguel Gastellum (162).
"All this is real exciting. I really think I can beat the guys seeded above me," said Leigh, making his first trip to Masters. "I think I should've been seeded higher, but I'm just going to use that as motivation for this weekend. My goal is to qualify for state and hopefully if I get there, I'll be able to place."
Leigh said heading into the CIF meet, Brawley was as focused and motivated as its been during his tenure with the program and he hopes that carries over to Masters.
Added Gutierrez: "State is where we all want to go. I'm just going to go out, do my best and give it all I can. I've got nothing to lose.
"Everyone stepped it up for CIF, but we all have to step it up another level for Masters."