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Monday recruiting tidbits
Frank Iheanacho (right) of the TJ Ford Elite team from Houston shoots over a Texas Select during the REal DEal in the Rock tournament in April.
Receiver Frank Iheanacho, 6-7, 220 of Houston Westside said he will arrive in Fayetteville on Wednesday for the start of an official visit.
On Dec. 2, he announced his top schools in no particular order Oregon, Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Ole MIss, Missouri, TCU and Florida State. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Springdale Har-Ber defensive lineman Josh Frazier said make an official visit to Arkansas is a possibility. He's an Alabama commitment.
Safety Kiy Hester, 6-1, 212, 4.48 of Wayne, (N.J.) DePaul Catholic will officially visit Arkansas midweek. Will likely arrive on Wednesday. He and DePaul won the state Non-Public II title with a 35-16 victory over Holy Spirit. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Offensive lineman Sebastion Tretola, 6-5, 310 of Iowa Western C.C. said he'll decide on Monday or Tuesday on whether to officially visit Arkansas, Florida or Cincinnati this weekend. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Linebacker Edward Muldrow of Copiah-Lincoln C.C. said he will officially visit Arkansas this weekend. He's a West Virginia commitment.
Junior defensive lineman Quentez Johnson, 6-4, 320, 5.2 of Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove said he believes an offer from Arkansas could be close to coming his way. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Defensive end Demetrius Jackson of Miami Washington said he has decommitted from Miami. He announced this morning a top four of Arkansas, Miami, Louisville and West Virginia.
Safety Kiy Hester of Wayne, New Jersey, DePaul Catholic will officially visit Arkansas Jan. 17 instead of this week.
2015 athlete Jordan Cronkrite of Palmetto Bay, (Fla.) Westminster Christian tweeted that he received an offer from Arkansas today.
Defensive end Demetrius Jackson of Miami Washington has now tweeted that he's still committed to Miami and reports of him not are false.