Richard Davenport is a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Sunday recruiting tidbits
Glenda Williams and son, defensive lineman Armon Watts, an Arkansas commitment.
Arkansas commitments, defensive lineman commitment Armon Watts, receiver Jared Cornelius and linebacker Khalia Hackett said Saturday's loss to South Carolina does not affect his decision.
Watts, 6-5, 270, 5.1 of St. Louis Christian Brothers said stands behind the team because he made a commitment to the Hogs. He believes Coach Bret Bielema will get the Razorbacks on track. He said he talked to Beliema about midweek.
Hackett, 6-2, 208, 4.63 of Douglasville, (Ga.) South Paulding said the loss had no bearing on his commitment. He spoke with cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson early in the week. He has the understanding that Johnson will come see him play during the open date.
He said Kentucky and Cincinnati have been in contact. He said if he did take an official to another school it would be just to get out of the house.
Cornelius, 6-1, 190, 4.48 of Shreveport (La.) Evangel echoed the same thing as Watts and Hackett. He spoke with receivers coach Michael Smith on Thursday. Smith is suppose to come see his game during the open date.
When asked if the loss had affected his commitment, 2015 offensive line Zach Rogers, 6-3, 295, 5.09 of Carrollton, Texas, Hebron said not at all. He's 100% committed.
Defensive lineman Bijhon Jackson, 6-2, 325, 5.1 of El Dorado said he's staying true to his commitment. He has faith in the coaching staff's ability to rebuild the program.