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Visitors expected for Hogs' spring game
Arkansas will host about 50 prospects for the Red-White spring game at Razorback Stadium on Saturday.
LB Kendrick Jackson- Haynesville, La.
OL Cameron Davis- Bryant
Sophomore DL Cameron Murray-Bryant
Sophomore RB Tre'Darius Burks-LaFayette County
TE Austin Cantrell- Roland, Okla.
RB Chris Warren III- Rockwall, Texas
RB Kendall Bussey- New Orleans, La.
TE Will Gragg- Pine Bluff
DB Nick Ingram- Maumelle
TE C.J. O'Grady-Fayettevlle
WR Deon Stewart-Highland
S Jaylin Small -Nettleton
OL Zach Rogers -Carrollton, Texas
Athlete Avery Johnson-Highland
OL Jerry Tillery -Shreveport Evangel
DL Luc Bequette- Little Rock Catholic
S Will Sunderland - Midwest City, Oklahoma
QB Ty Storey - Charleston
2016 QB Kasey Ford - Bentonville
S Dre Greenlaw - Fayetteville
RB Charles West - Coppell, Texas
OL Connor Williams- Coppell, Texas
LB Khairan Stafford -Newport
DE-TE Daniel Sprinkle -White Hall
WR La'Michael Pettway - Nashville
RB Denzel Mitchell- Jonesboro-Maybe
Ath. LaDarryl Blair- Dallas South Oak Cliff
WR Daveron Brown- Warren
WR Jaylon Marshall- Warren
RB Kendrick Edgerson- White Hall
DB Byron Haney- LR Fair
DL Jozie Milton- Clinton, La. -Maybe
LB Malcolm Williams- LR Central
RB Alex Barnes-Pittsburg, Kansas is saying he'll be visiting.
Arkansas CB signee Henre Toliver of Metairie, (La.) Rummel brought two prospects up with him to Fayetteville. His teammate and 2016 DE Briston Guidry, who has offers from Miss St., Tennessee and Ole Miss.
Receiver Brandon Singleton of Hahnville High School in New Orleans also came up. His father, Nate played with Jerry Rice at San Francisco.