2-Sport Superstar Nash Hutmacher Locks In Nebraska Official Visit

first_imgShot of the Nebraska Cornhuskers flag.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: The Nebraska Cornhuskers flag after a touchdown against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Nash Hutmacher is a massive wrestling prospect, ranked No. 8 in the country by TrackWrestling. He’s also a really solid football recruit as well, and appears to be letting that sport guide his college decision.247Sports‘ composite rankings have the South Dakota native as the No. 472 player in the country, and a three-star prospect. He’s No. 24 among offensive guards, and the top player in the state.The site’s own rankings have him as a four-star player. He sits at No. 308 overall on that list.A few big programs are after Hutmacher, including Iowa State, Missouri, Oregon, and Wisconsin. He appears to have a lot of interest in Nebraska, which has also extended an offer.Nash Hutmacher is set to visit Nebraska this spring, and will be the first 2020 recruit to take an official to Lincoln.From the Lincoln Journal Star:Hutmacher, the 6-foot-5, 300-pound defensive lineman, is taking his official visit to Lincoln this weekend. It’s the first of a trio between now and the summer that will help the guy nicknamed “Polar Bear” make his college decision.The Huskers have certainly put a lot of effort into recruiting Hutmacher.“I would say for sure they’ve made me feel like a priority,” he told the Journal Star recently. “They’re texting me all the time and they were coming up to see me just about every week (this winter).”Wisconsin and Oregon are also reportedly set to land visits.While much of the college football world is still finding out about “Polar Bear,” Nebraska is all-in on him, and making him a focus of its 2020 recruiting efforts.That would be excellent news for the school’s wrestling program as well, if he chooses to pursue both sports at the next level. Hutmacher is coming off of a heavyweight national title last week, and needed less than two minutes total to run through the state championship, his third straight as a high schooler.[Lincoln Journal Star]last_img

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