Always fun to see offers to continue education and play sports in college. Thrilled to see a bunch of these offers coming across my Facebook Feed over the last couple weeks.
Trey King - Irene/Wakonda - Sioux Falls College and Northern State
First Team All-State in football and basketball as a junior: Football:
Trey King, Irene-Wakonda
As Irene-Wakonda’s top playmaker, King led the Eagles to a state championship game appearance, rushing for 1,871 yards and 34 touchdowns, while passing for 2,519 yards and 27 touchdowns. The junior added 61 tackles, nine interceptions, four forced fumbles and one defensive touchdown. “Defensively, he is assigned the opponent’s most dangerous player to defend and is a sure tackler in the open field,” I-W head coach Brent Mutchelknaus said. “He is very coachable and only has to be told things one time.”
Chamberlain's Nash Hutmacher: Nebraska was first, Wisconsin and more
Already a two-time South Dakota 285 lb. wrestling CHAMP through his sophomore season, the offers have come pouring in for Hutmacher who was named to the South Dakota Class 11B All-state football team last year as a sophomore.
The offer is the first for college football for the 6-foot-4, 295-pound offensive and defensive lineman. The Cornhuskers are entering their first season under new head coach Scott Frost.
Hutmacher was an all-state selection for the Cubs in Class 11B in 2017 and was dominant on both sides of the ball. On offense, Hutmacher did not give up a sack in 177 passing attempts, according to information provided by the Chamberlain coaching staff. Defensively, Hutmacher had 20 solo tackles, 47 assisted tackles and 19 tackles for loss, with five sacks and two fumble recoveries.
Miller's Karst Hunter: Augustana, Morningside, Northern State, Wayne State, Dakota Wesleyan, Sioux Falls and St. Cloud State.
Hunter taking some big-time recruiting trips this summer and thus far has 7 offers in total...So far. Hunter was a third-team Class A, All-State selection in basketball 20 ppg, 10 rpg.
Anchored the Miller 4x100 and 4x200 relays to school records as both relays placed at the state meet.