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Thursday recruiting tidbits
Wings Elite's Malik Monk looks for an opening pass during their game against RL9 at the Real Deal tournament in Little Rock, April 18, 2014.
Highly recruited offensive lineman Josh Wariboko of Oklahoma City Casady High School said he doesn't have a date, but plans to visit Arkansas again.
Wariboko and his brother, Max visited Fayetteville in late February.
He was an Oklahoma commitment, but recently reopened his recruiting. ESPN rates him the No. 190 prospect in the nation.
Bentonville Coach Jason McMahan reported on Twittere that Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson watched sophomore guard Malik Monk practice on Tuesday.
Bryant junior offensive lineman Cameron Davis and sophomore defensive lineman Cameron Murray plans to attend Arkansas' spring game on Saturday.
Sophomore running back Tre'Darius Burks of LaFayette County plans to attend the spring game.
It appears Hog offensive line signee Jovan Pruitt of Dallas Bishop Dunne will attend. As of Wednesday, he hasn't received his ACT results. He took the test on April 12.
Others planning to attend:
TE Austin Cantrell of Roland, Okla.
RB Chris Warren III of Rockwall, Texas
Pine Bluff TE Will Gragg
Maumelle DB Nick Ingram
Fayetteville TE C.J. O'Grady
Highland WR Deon Stewart
S Jaylin Small of Nettleton
OL Zach Rogers of Carrollton, Texas
Highland athlete of Avery Johnson
OL Jerry Tillery of Shreveport Evangel
Little Rock Catholic DL Luc Bequette
S Will Sunderland of Midwest City, Oklahoma
QB Ty Storey of Charleston
2016 QB Kasey Ford of Bentonville
S Dre Greenlaw of Fayetteville
RB Charles West of Coppell, Texas
OL Connor Williams of Coppell, Texas
LB Khairan Stafford of Newport
Signees planning to attend- CB Henre' Toliver, RB Juan Day, DE Anthony Brown, K Cole Helund, OT Brian Wallace Jr. DL Armon Watts, DL Jake Hall, DL Bijhon Jackson, WR Jojo Robinson and S Santos Ramirez.
DE-TE Daniel Sprinkle of White Hall
WR La'Michael Pettway of Nashville.