MSU WR commit Alex Adams’ said he plans to come back for an Arkansas camp. Very impressed with the visit and coach Stepp.
TE Allen Horace has Arkansas at the top of his list and his eye brows raised after hearing about Arkansas’ Mackey award winners. Definitely plans to come back.
Earlier update on possible commitments: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=25257
Safety Jerrin Thompson update: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=25256
Conway OL Robert Scott getting offered: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=25255
The 6-3, 185-pound WR from Lufkin, Texas, has a top three of Arkansas, Houston and Baylor with the Hogs at the top.
Polk plans to make his announcement before his senior season starts.
The Tulsa tailback, who looks much bigger than he was last summer, still has Arkansas the top of his list.
He is planning on taking some other unofficial visits, but the Razorbacks look good here.
He is the younger brother of Alabama tailback Josh Jacobs, who is getting ready for the NFL draft now.
Ty’Kieast Crawford still has Arkansas number one his list like he did coming into the trip.
He loves the coaches and the environment. He said he could announce a decision in two weeks on his birthday or after the season.
LB Aaron Moore of Murfreesboro, Tenn enjoyed his time with Chavis and loves the family atmosphere.
He recently named the Hogs in his top six and the visit did nothing to hurt that.
He said he would most likely be back for an official visit.
2021 QB Dematrius Davis Jr. said spending time in the QB meeting room and Coach Craddock was the highlight of the visit.
He’s impressed how Craddock stresses riding fakes on play actions and reminds him of his high school coach.
He commented on Arkansas being called the Hill after driving up 49.
“I noticed the huge hills and how big and beautiful they were.”