Wednesday recruiting tidbits

By: Richard Davenport
Published: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Arkansas running backs coach Joel Thomas speaks during Arkansas' media day Aug. 11, 2013 in Fayetteville.
Photo by Anthony Reyes
Arkansas running backs coach Joel Thomas speaks during Arkansas' media day Aug. 11, 2013 in Fayetteville.

Former TCU DL commitment Zaycoven Henderson is planning an official visit to Arkansas.

Henderson of Longview, Texas said he'll make an official visit to Texas this weekend when the Horns play Kansas State. He said he plans to officially visit Arkansas after the Texas trip. It appears he'll visit the Hogs for the South Carolina game. Video highlights click here

Junior SG King McClure of Triple A Academy in Dallas will not be visiting Arkansas this weekend. Coach Mike Anderson and associate head coach Melvin Watkins were at his school on Thursday.

McClure is rated the No. 9 prospect in the nation by future150.com for the 2015 class.

Arkansas LB commitment Dwayne Eugene, 6-1, 215, 4.5 Metairie, (La.) Rummel had 7 tackles last week. His teammate and fellow Hog pledge CB Henre Toliver 6-1, 180, 4.56 had 8 tackles and an interception.

Coach Todd Rodgers of Argyle, Texas said nothing has changed with K Cole Hedlund's commitment to Arkansas after he received an offer from Texas A&M on Tuesday.

Junior CB Jarek Taylor of Madison, Ala. said he'll go over his schedule next week and plan to attend games at several schools. He said Arkansas would be one of the visits.

Ole Miss commitment and junior RB Rawleigh Williams III of Dallas Bishop Lynch said he will visit Arkansas for the Texas A&M game.

He said Hogs RB coach Joel Thomas was one of the first coaches top reach out to him on Sept. 1, the first day college coaches could communicate with 2015 prospects via Twitter, email or Facebook.

Razorback 2015 OL commitment Colton Jackson graded out at 87% against Bryant and 83% against Jonesboro.

Arkansas is showing interest in two 2017 Birmingham Storm prospects, PF Austin Wiley, 6-9 and PF Wendell Carter Jr. 6-9. Both are ranked in the top 10 of their class, according to future150.com.

Carter video highlights click here

Wiley video highlights click here

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