Richard Davenport has been a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette since 2007.
Tuesday recruiting tidbits
Defensive end Hjlate Froholdt, an Arkansas commitment, plans to arrive back in the United State in late June.
Arkansas defensive end commitment Hjalte Froholdt is the youngest ever to be selected to the Denmark Senior National Team. Denmark compete against five other European countries from May 30 to June 7.
His brother, Lars has also been selected to play. Hjalte will arrive in the United States around June 26th. He'll attend IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida in the fall.
Hope sophomore defensive McTelvin Agim power cleaned 305 pounds on Monday. Hog defensive line signee Bijhon Jackson holds the state record of 360
North Little Rock running back Juan Day, an Arkansas signee visited the doctor on Monday and will know on Saturday if he's cleared for all activities. He had ACL surgery on Oct. 18. He plans to attend Arkansas' spring game on Saturday.
Highland receiver Deon Stewart was awarded he High Point Award at the Hurricane Relays in Jonesboro on April 10. He long jumped 21-7.5, tripled jumped 44, ran a 11.31 in 100 and a 22.91 in the 200 and 52.10 in 400.
North Carolina State became the 34th school today to offer Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg.
Ohio State will visit North Little Rock on Wednesday to check on receiver K.J. Hill.
Former White Hall RB-LB Tim Cook, who's now at Eastern Arizona College offered by Wisconsin on Monday and Louisville today.
Maumelle defensive back Nick Ingram will attend Arkansas' spring game on Saturday. Others planning to attend:
Fayetteville TE C.J. O'Grady, Highland WR Deon Stewart, S Jaylin Small of Nettleton, Highland athlete Avery Johnson and Pine Bluff TE Will Gragg.
Signees planning to visit for the spring game- CB Henre' Toliver, DE Anthony Brown, K Cole Helund, OT Brian Wallace Jr. DL Armon Watts, DL Jake Hall, DL Bijhon Jackson and S Santos Ramirez.
North Little Rock WR K.J. Hill has received an invite to The Opening at Nike Headquarters in July.
Offensive lineman Jerry Tillery, 6-7, 310, 4.99 of Shreveport Evangel said he will be visiting Arkansas this weekend. He said Jared Cornelius has told him good things about the Hogs. Very sharp young man who has a 3.8 GPA and plans to study pre-med. He's rated the No. 201 prospect in the nation by ESPN.
He considers himself to be a solid Notre Dame commitment.
Little Rock Catholic defensive lineman Luc Bequette will also visit on Saturday.
Safety Will Sunderland of Midwest City, Oklahoma has confirmed again that he'll visit on Saturday.