LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Four Davenport wrestlers, including two Pine River graduates, were at the recent Bucks camp to work with high school grapplers with a two-day camp. Kyle Nixon and Jordan Stone were the former Bucks helping out Pine River coach Tim Jones with participating wrestlers. Nixon will be a redshirt sophomore at Davenport. He was in the starting lineup last season. He was at\u00a0Southwest Minnesota State University for 2014-15 and redshirted to transfer to Davenport. He was a four-time varsity letter winner at Pine River, a three-time all-stater and was fourth at 145 pounds as a senior. He was also all-conference and academic all-state in football. He was in the starting lineup lat season. \u201cIt went good most of the year, then kind of ended on a bad note,\u201d Nixon said. \u201cI ended up dropping a weight class and I was cutting too much weight.\u201d He\u2019s planning on being at 184 pounds this year. \u201cLast year was actually (Davenport\u2019s) first year as a varsity program,\u201d he said. \u201cWe were NAIA and are transitioning into NCAA Division II. It\u2019s very competitive. We have a lot of young guys, for sure. We push each other and are getting a lot better.\u201d Nixon is hoping to be an All-American next season. \u201cI need to keep my conditioning up and work on the little things,\u201d he said. \u201cIn high school, my conditioning level was higher than everyone else\u2019s. Now with everyone being so good, it\u2019s not as much of a factor. Of course, I have to be in top shape, but I have to make as few mistakes as possible to win the closer matches.\u201d Stone was a three-time varsity letterwinner at Pine River and two-time all-stater. He was seventh in the state in 2015 and also won two letters in cross country. He will be a sophomore at Davenport. His first season, \u201cwasn\u2019t the best,\u201d Stone said. \u201cI injury defaulted the rest of the season. I focused mainly on keeping my conditioning up and trying to keep in shape.\u201d He\u2019s looking at being at 125 pounds this winter. \u201cIt\u2019s a nice program, everyone is friendly,\u201d Stone said. \u201cIt\u2019s not what I expected college to be. But it\u2019s very competitive.\u201d At the Pine River camp, \u201cI wanted to show the young people in the high school what we do,\u201d Stone said. Next season at Davenport, Stone wants to finish the season, and accomplish a few other things \u201cEveryone wants to be an All-American,\u201d he said. Connor Hughes will be a senior at Davenport and is from Portage Northern. \u201cI\u2019ve been working a lot with the guys on top work, stuff like that,\u201d he said. Another Davenport wrestler at the Pine River camp was junior Elijah Flores from Hart. \u201cI\u2019ve been helping the kids from a neutral position, and critiquing their form,\u201d he said.