Recruiting: Dupy Makes OSU's Junior Day

Defensive tackle and fullback Trent Dupy of Enid, Okla., is a big player at 6-2 1/2, 270 pounds that can also run as he averages a 4.9 in the 40-yard dash. Dupy will throw the shot and the discus this spring for the Enid track team, but they might consider him for a leg in the 4x100 meter relay.

"That would be cool," laughed Dupy.

Last season Dupy finished with 78 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four sacks, and a pass deflection. He was also used on offense as a blocking fullback.

He is very strong along with the size and speed as he has a 410-pound bench press max and a 500-pound max on the squat. With Enid's head coach Tom Cobble moving on he is anxious to see who ends up as the new head coach for his upcoming senior season. There is speculation it could be his high school defensive coordinator Tommy Parker.

As for his college recruiting, Dupy said he went to three Tulsa games last season, he attended junior day at OKlahoma State on Feb. 2, and he is scheduled to go check out Kansas State and Nebraska. He also said that a coach from New Mexico came to the school two weeks ago.

"I have always been an in-state guy and rooted for both OSU and OU," said Dupy. "My sisters went to Oklahoma State, actually two of my sisters. At the Junior Day I was really impressed with the facilities and the coaching staff. They were so enthusiastic about everything."

Dupy said he is looking to major in Geology in college.

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