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No. 3 Overall Wrestler Commits to Oklahoma State

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In an interview with Flo Wrestling earlier this week, highly touted wrestler Daton Fix announced his commitment to Oklahoma State. He picked the Cowboys over Penn State, Ohio State, North Carolina and Nebraska.

Fix, a prospect from Sand Springs (Oklahoma), is rated as the No. 3 wrestler in the country in the senior class, and the No. 1 ranked prospect in the 132-pound weight class.

Fix was a member of the US Junior World Team, where he finished with a Bronze Medal at 121 pounds. He’s also a former Cadet World Bronze Medalist.

Fix’s dad, Derek Fix, wrestled at Oklahoma State from 1989-1991. So the family ties, coupled with his school being an hour away from Stillwater, almost certainly played a large factor in his decision.

In Daton’s interview with his commitment to OSU, he stated he intends to drop down and wrestle in the 125-pound weight class for Oklahoma State.

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