Richard Davenport is a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Highly regarded defensive end Hjalte Froholdt and his parents will arrive in Fayetteville late Friday night for their weekend visit to Arkansas.
Froholdt, 6-5, 275 pounds, played his sophomore year at Warren (Ohio) Harding High School as an exchanged student from Denmark. He returned home for his junior year and plans to return to the United State for his senior season.
Cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson is his lead recruiter.
He's ESPN’s No. 14 prospect for the 2015 class. He's expected to leave Fayetteville on Sunday evening. He'll then travel to Alabama and Florida State for visits during the week and attend Michigan's game on Saturday.
The Tide and Seminoles have not offered at this time. For now, his top four in no order would be Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State and Arkansas.
He said he'll probably come up with a final four after the trip and then probably pick a school soon afterward.
Froholdt and his father visited Fayetteville in the spring. Sophomore highlights click here
Junior year highlights click here