The two players expected to make the trip to Stillwater are defensive linemen Josh Pinaire (6-5, 290, 4.7) and Willie Williams (6-4, 303, 4.97) who both committed to Oklahoma State back in the summer. Pinaire and Williams both came during the season for unofficial visits. Pinaire is scheduled to enroll at midterm at Oklahoma State while Williams is expected to join the OSU squad during the summer after he completes his associate degree at Hutch.
Pinaire finished the season with 58 total tackles, 31 unassisted. He had 14 tackles for losses of 24 yards and three sacks for minus 10 yards. He also had an interception and forced and recovered a fumble.
Williams, who missed one regular season game, finished with 30 total tackles, 16 unassisted. he had five tackles for losses of 18 yards and one sack for a 14-yard loss.
The third Hutch player coming to check out Oklahoma State is standout linebacker David Dixon. Dixon will be remembered as one of the top defensive players to ever suit up at Hutch. The 6-2, 235-pound inside linebacker has great speed at 4.42 and is also being recruited by Arkansas, Kansas State and Iowa State.
Dixon was named one of the "Sweet 16 Players in the Jayhawk Conference" and led the league in tackles with a whopping 161 total tackles, 112 unassisted. Dixon had 43 tackles for losses of 133 yards! He also has 8.5 sacks for 57 yards in losses. He also had two interceptions, forced four fumbles and blocked five kicks.
Recruiting: Hutch Trio Visiting
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