Richard Davenport is a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Sunday recruiting tidbits
As of now, Arkansas is expected to host two prospects for official visits and numerous others for unofficial visits. Athlete Davion Hall, 6-3, 194, 4.5 of Texarkana, Texas, Liberty-Eylau and tight end Ravian Pierce, 6-4, 230, 4.53 of Plantation, Florida will be making official visits for the Texas A&M game.
Hall is committed to Baylor and is rated the No. 28 prospect in the nation by national recruiting analyst Tom Lemming of CBS Sports Network. Lemming rates Pierce a 3-star plus prospect.
Plantation Coach Steve Davis said he thinks Pierce will likely commit to the Hogs if he likes the visit. He spoke very highly of Coach Bret Bielema and defensive line coach Charlie Partridge. Davis has known Bielema since his days at Iowa. Partridge is a graduate of Plantation.
Pierce will arrive on Friday since the Colonels have a bye week.
Others expected to visit include safety Steven Parker II of Jenks, Oklahoma, 2015 RB Chris Warren III of Rockwall, Texas, offensive lineman Jovan Pruitt of Dallas Bishop Dunne.
2015 safety Larry Pryor of Sulphur Springs, Texas said he and 2015 offensive lineman Jess Jenkins might be down for the game. Pryor is one of the top junior prospects in the state. He visited the Hogs for the Elite Camp in July.
Arkansas receivers Coach Michael Smith visited Timber Creek High School in Sicklerville, New Jersey on Friday. The Hogs extended an offer to sophomore Cameron Chambers, 6-3, 190 on Sunday. Smith also checked on receiver Adonis Jennings, who's committed to Rutgers.
Davion Hall will not be visiting Arkansas this weekend. He canceled.