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Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg (7) during an Oct. 4, 2013 game at Hornet Stadium in Bryant.
Pine Bluff TE Will Gragg said his relationship with Arkansas Coach Bret Bielema and tight end coach Barry Lunney Jr. is an A plus.
He really liked the tight end play today. Was excited about the tight end going deep. He said the visit helped the Hogs because he likes how his relationship with the coaches is heading. He loved the fans and how they encouraged him to be a Hog.
His next visit will go to LSU on May 31.
DE Briston Guidry, 6-3, 270, 4.9 of Metairie, La. was wowed by the weight room. He said it's the best he's seen.
He has offers from Ole Miss, Miss. St., and Tenn. He said if the Hogs off they'll be in his top three. He's thinking of returning this summer for a camp. He's a 2016 prospect.
Razorback commit Austin Cantrell of Roland, Okla. said he loves Arkansas every time he visits. He was able to meet offensive line commit Zach Rogers and Ty Storey. Classmates and teammates talk up Oklahoma but he said he's a Hog. His relationship with Bielema and Lunney are key.
Nashville WR La'Michael Pettway liked seeing the receivers got the ball. He was very impressed with the fan support. He said fans urged him to be a Hog. Every trip to Fayetteville makes him feel like more at home.
He said Lunney will visit his school twice in the coming weeks.
RB Chris Warren's mother, K'tara said the fan support at Arkansas is one of the best she's seen. She and Chris were able to see more of the campus and both thought the campus was very nice. They also toured the square in Fayetteville and were also impressed with that. Chris was sleeping on the way home. Hopefully will be able to talk to him soon.
There's a good chance Arkansas could get more good news today or in the next few days.
OL Connor Williams of Coppell, Texas said Arkansas' facilities were outstanding. Very impressed with Coach Bret Bielema and how genuine he is. Also impressed with the fans. He has about 10 offers, including Oklahoma, Texas Tech and TCU.
He said if Arkansas offers they'll be number one or two. Plans to visit again.
Bentonville sophomore QB Kasey Ford said he signed his first autograph for a fan during his visit. He said offensive cooridnator Jim Chaney and Lunney plan to visit his school in the next few weeks.