I was wondering about the standard as well. As Harris said, they are both in great physical condition but you would clearly have differences which pertain to the different goals for sports-specific training. For example, I would not expect a wrestler to train for vertical jump ability.
Compared to a non-athlete, however, I would expect them to outperform him in all categories of fitness.
The answer is yes. Two very different sports and programs, but at the end both athletes have to be in their best shape and physical condition if they want to compete at this level. They will be following training programs designed specifically for their sport, but the goal should be the same. And this goes for any athlete who has high goals, competitive spirit and pursues excellence no matter which level they are competing at (high school, college or professional).