Richard Davenport is a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Friday recruiting updates
Arkansas is hosting four prospects on official visits and will welcome 11 more today for visits.
This is a rumor that receiver Jared Cornelius of Shreveport Evangel has switched his commitment to TCU. Trying to confirm. Placed a call to Cornelius and asked if he had switched his commitment to the Horn Frogs and he didn't respond.
Updates on the incoming and outgoing visitors will be posted during the day.
Shreveport Evangel defensive back Santos Ramirez, an Arkansas commitment, is on the road to Fayetteville and is expected to arrive soon for his official visit.
It has been confirmed that Jared Cornelius has flipped to TCU.
Receiver commitment Torrance Mosley of Geismar (La.) Dutchtown missed his flight this morning and will arrive sometime during the football banquet tonight. The banquet starts at 5.
This was the first time for Mosley to fly. His teammate/receiver Corey McBride made the flight and is on schedule.
Shreveport Evangel defensive back Santos Ramirez has arrived for his visit.
Hearing very positive things about the visits of receiver Frank Iheanacho, receiver Cody Hollister, offensive lineman Sebastian Tretola and tight end Blake Whiteley. Will post more updates as they leave.
Safety Payton Hendrix of Dallas Bishop Dunn has arrived for his visit.
Cornerback Chris Murphy of Marietta, (Ga.) Lassiter has arrived.
Receiver Corey McBride of Geismar (La.) Dutchtown has arrived.
Rogers linebacker Zack Wary has arrived. Oklahoma State made an in-home visit last night but has not offer at this time.
Linebacker Dwayne Eugene and cornerback Henre Toliver of Metairie, (La.) Rummel have arrived.
Quarterback Rafe Peavey of Bolivar, Mo. has arrived.
Defensive end Jake Hall of Springdale Har-Ber has arrived.
Very good chance receiver Cody Hollister commits tonight.
Offensive lineman Jovan Pruitt of Dallas Bishop Dunne has arrived.
Highly touted receiver Frank Iheanacho said his official visit boosted the Hogs' chances of landing him. He seemed surprised by what Arkansas had to offer. Very glad he made the trip.
He said the coaching staff and fan base were some of the highlights of the trip. He said the team made him feel at home.
Iheanacho, 6-7, 220, of Houston Westside, was hosted by running back Jonathan Williams.He previously made official visits to LSU and Texas A&M. Left this afternoon to go to Oregon.
He said Ducks will be his last visit. Plans to announce at the U.S. Army All American game.
Former Arkansas receiver commitment Jared Cornelius told Damon Sayles of ESPN he made an official visit to TCU from Wednesday until today. He told Sayles he "loved the whole vibe" of TCU.
Before the start of his visit, defensive back commitment Santos Ramirez said Cornelius flipping to TCU has no impact on him.
“My decision is my own and what I see in a school is what I see in a school," he said. "I am going to stick to my plan and stick to my commitment right now.”