Richard Davenport has been a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette since 2007.
Wednesday recruiting tidbits
Highly recruited safety Jamal Adams of Carrollton, Texas, Hebron said he doesn't have an exact time when he narrows his list of 20 offers but Arkansas will make the cut. He's thinking of narrowing the list to at least a top seven. Hog defensive end Deatrich Wise, who attended Hebron, has spoken well of Arkansas and that has him hoping to visit the Razorbacks this summer.
He thinks with Coach Bret Bielema Arkansas has a very good chance of getting back to where they were before the 2012 season.
Adams said he's being recruited by cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson, who visited the school during the contact period before the signing day. He has good things to say about Johnson.
He played on the varsity as a freshman and even started about midway through the season and he said Wise took him under his wing and that led to a quick bonding process. The two had lockers next to one another. He said Wise like a big brother to him and looked up to Wise because of his hard work and other qualities.
Adams, who also has offers from Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Florida, hopes to visit the Hogs this summer.
Arkansas offered cornerbacks D.J. Smith of Marietta, Ga, Walton and Terrence Alexander of River Ridge, (La.) Curtis today. Alexander said he may visit the Hogs next weekend.
Springdale Har-Ber defensive lineman Josh Frazier tweeted he received an offer from Texas A&M today. He now has seven offers.
Offensive lineman Roderick Johnson, 6-7, 325, 5.2 of Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood Central said he plans to visit Arkansas during the summer. He has more than 20 offers. His late great-grandmother lived in Little Rock at one time.
More on the 8:32 update involving Terrence Alexander. He said he may come up to Fayetteville with his teammates, receiver Malachi Dupre, linebacker Kenny Young and safety Mattrell McGraw next weekend. The Hogs offer is Alexander's 14th.