Richard Davenport covers recruiting for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He is the host of Recruiting Thursday, a weekly radio show that airs from 7 to 8 p.m. on 92.1 FM in Fayetteville; 93.7 FM in Little Rock; 95.3 FM in Fort Smith; 96.3 FM in Hot Springs; 104.3 FM in Harrison/Mountain Home; and 106.9 FM in Arkadelphia.
Thursday recruiting tidbits
#4 QB Ty Storey looks down field as a Ozark defender pressures him.
Arkansas defensive line commitment Bijhon Jackson of El Dorado will attend today's Razorback practice. Springdale Har-Ber defensive lineman Josh Frazier will also be there.
Charleston sophomore quarterback Ty Storey will be attending practice today and will be sit in the quarterback meetings with offensive coordinator Jim Chaney. He's been invited to the Nike Elite 11 QB Camp in Dallas in April. He's recovering well from ACL surgery he had four months ago and Dr. James Andrews has released him to attend the Elite 11 event, but on a somewhat limited basis.
Quarterback Isaac Jackson of Ft. Smith Southside received an offer from Arkansas State last week. He's been invited to attend camps at Oklahoma State, Memphis, Auburn, Michigan and Notre Dame.
Little Rock Catholic tight end Aaron Hamaker received an offer from Wyoming last week. He visited Arkansas on Saturday and has been asked to attend a camp this summer.
Springdale Har-Ber defensive lineman Josh Frazier, who visited Arkansas today, said he could definitely see himself committing to the Hogs but wants to see how the season plays out. He said the practice was fast paced.
He said strength and conditioning coach Ben Herbert has given him tips on lifting and diet and he's seen good gains because of the information. He and El Dorado defensive lineman Bijhon Jackson were given a tour of the campus by Chris Hauser, the director of recruiting.
Frazier said offensive lineman Brey Cook dominated.
Jackson thinks the Hogs have a good thing going and he said he's working on Frazier to go to Arkansas. Thinks the Razorbacks have a good shot at Frazier.
Jackson said his commitment to Arkansas becomes more solid with each visit.