Arkansas looks to be in good shape to get the last official visit of defensive end Caleb Okechukwu because of Coach Chad Morris and defensive coordinator John Chavis. Okechukwu, 6-4, 240 pounds, 4.79 seconds in the 40-yard dash, of Washington, D.C., St. John's College officially will visit Texas this weekend and Tennessee on Jan. 26-28. He's leaning toward visiting the Hogs on Feb. 2. "I think because of how honest they were and how real they were," Okechukwu said.
Several junior prospects are expected to visit Arkansas in the near future. Junior offensive lineman Jack Buford, 6-5, 290 of St. Louis Lutheran North is looking to visit the Hogs in the next couple of month or in the spring. He recently added an offer from the Razorbacks to go along with ones from Illinois, Florida, Oklahoma and others. Junior offensive lineman Trevor Roberson, 6-11, 360 of Wellington, Texas said he plans to visit Fayetteville on Feb. 24. Arkansas extended an offer on Jan. 9.
Less than a week after receiving a preferred walk-on offer from special teams analyst Tanner Burns, punter Reid Bauer decided Monday to commit to be an Arkansas Razorback. "One reason was because of Coach Burns and his belief in my abilities," Bauer said. "I love his passion and excitement for his players." Bauer, 5-11, 190 pounds of Magnolia, Texas, chose the Hogs over interest from Michigan and Texas State.
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Selecting a term
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