Talking with Hutchinson (Kans.) C.C. All-American linebacker David Dixon, he seems a little confused right now.
"I've had some exams and other stuff come back to haunt me, and I'm just looking to get myself somewhere now," said Dixon.
He explained that one of his top choices, Arkansas is out of the picture now and he's disappointed with that.
"I've got a visit set up at the end of January at K-State, and that's about it right now," Dixon added.
Asked about Iowa State and Oklahoma State, Dixon said he was still interested in those two schools and would be anxious to talk with them and get something going. I asked him about being scheduled to visit OSU next weekend.
"I don't know, coaches set up visits for me and I'm not sure of what they are because I haven't spoken with them."
Dixon is a tremendous prospect, one of the best J.C. linebackers to come down the road in sometime. He had 161 total tackles and 43 of those were for losses. He also had 8.5 sacks, two interceptions, four forced fumbles, and five blocked kicks.
Recruiting: David Dixon
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