Nebraska football commit claims fourth state wrestling title with 73rd consecutive pin
Nebraska football commit Nash Hutmacher ended his high school wrestling career in unbelievable fashion this weekend.
Hutmacher claimed his fourth state wrestling title on Saturday night after pinning his opponent in 1:29. It was the 73rd consecutive pin for the heavyweight wrestler, a streak that tied for second-longest in America. He’s the first four-time wrestling state champion in the history of South Dakota.
In his first three matches of the state meet, Hutmacher pinned his opponents in an astounding 71 second combined.
Hutmacher is a three-star prospect from South Dakota and is ranked as the No. 1 player from his home state, according to 247Sports’ Composite rankings. At 6-foot-5, 285 pounds, Hutmacher is ranked as the No. 50 defensive tackle and is listed inside the top 600 prospects for the 2020 class.
Along with Nebraska, Hutmacher received offers from Wisconsin, Iowa State, Missouri and Oregon.
Nebraska’s 2020 recruiting class ranked fourth in the B1G and 20th nationally.