Hutchinson LB Kyle Wilson informed JCFootball.com that he has received an offer from South Alabama.
The offer is the second for the versatile linebacker, joining the one he already had from Arkansas State.
Wilson has also been hearing from several other schools, including Iowa State, Kansas State, Ohio, Southern Mississippi and Utah State.
As a freshman last season, Wilson totaled 78 tackles, eight tackles-for-loss, a sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery while playing the WIL (weak inside linebacker) in Hutch's 3-4 scheme and this season he currently leads the Blue Dragons with 52 tackles to go along with six tackles-for-loss, one forced fumble and a pass breakup.
"I feel like I make plays side-to-side very well and I also do a good job of avoiding traffic with the offensive line and getting blocked," Wilson said over the summer.
As a prep, Wilson was a solid producer at Wichita (Ks.) South High School, but he was unable to qualify for a scholarship to a four-year program, so he chose to attend the only school that showed they wanted him.
"Hutch was the only consistent contact I got and they shot it to me straight forward," Wilson told JCFootball.com. "Everyone else just said they wanted me and would barely contact me, so I just felt Hutch was the overall best fit for me. It's a great program."
Wilson is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2015 football season.