Tuesday recruiting tidbits

By: Richard Davenport
Published: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg (7) during an Oct. 4, 2013 game at Hornet Stadium in Bryant.
Photo by Jimmy Jones
Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg (7) during an Oct. 4, 2013 game at Hornet Stadium in Bryant.

Pine Buff tight end Will Gragg received offers from Notre Dame and Michigan State on Monday. He plans to attend the Dallas Nike Camp on Saturday.

Athlete D.J. Brown is transferring from Little Rock Catholic to North Little Rock High School. More on that later.

Linebacker Tevon Coney of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. said he and Arkansas linebackers coach Randy Shannon have been communicating. He said Shannon is checking his transcript.

He said he would be interested in visiting should the Hogs offer. Video Highlights CLICK HERE

Linebacker Marquis Hendrix of Ocala, (Fla.) Trinity Catholic said he has interest in Arkansas. He has an offer from Cincinnati and believes Maryland and Iowa State are close to offering. Video Highlights CLICK HERE

White Hall tight end-defensive end Daniel Sprinkle plans to attend the Dallas Nike Camp on Saturday. He was one of the standouts at Arkansas' camp last summer at defensive end.

Sprinkle possesses a 92 MPH fastball and has two baseball offers along with interest from several SEC schools. He's projected to be throwing 95 MPH by the time he's a senior. Video highlights CLICK HERE

Little Rock Catholic defensive lineman-fullback Luc Bequette has received an offer from Army. He plans to attend several camps, including Arkansas this summer. Video highlights CLICK HERE

Arkansas signees, running back Juan Day and safety Santos Rameriz are expected to visit during Saturday's practice.

As reported earlier, tight end Josh Moore of Olathe (Kan.) North is also expected to visit on Saturday. Video highlights CLICK HERE

1:28 update

The reported 110.40 SPARQ rating on Monday by Highland athlete Avery Johnson was the 2nd best at the Birmingham Nike Combine over the weekend. The score is the 39th best about 7,300 athletes this year.

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