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Wednesday recruiting tidbits
Receiver Dahu Green said he plans to visit Arkansas on Saturday. He reports offers from Louisville, Washington State, Southern Miss, Cincinnati and Tulsa. He said he and Hog receivers coach Michael Smith have been talking for a few weeks.
Green, 6-4, 193, 4.59 seconds in the 40 yard dash, of Westmoore High School in Oklahoma City recorded 39 receptions for 693 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior. He's hoping to add an offer from the Razorbacks during his visit. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Fayetteville tight end C.J. O'Grady said he's not sure if he'll visit Texas this weekend. He said the Bulldogs might have basketball practice. He received an offer from Arkansas on Saturday. He had 17 rebounds and about 7 points in Tuesday's game.
Arkansas quarterback commitment Ty Storey of Charleston said he'll probably attend the Elite 11 regional competition in Atlanta on March 21. He impressed Elite 11 coach and ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer at the Dallas event last year. The national competition is being held at Nike Headquarters in July.
Brad Winton of Juco Recruiting reports Arkansas showing interest in point guard Dequon Miller of Motlow State and will see him on Monday. He's averaging 20.5 points and 7.1 assists. He's shooting 47.7 percent from the field and 43.9 precent from beyond the three-point line.
Running back Alec Murphy of Nixa, Missouri tweeted that he will not visit Arkansas this weekend.
Jonesboro junior guard Marquise Pointer, 6-0, 195 received an offer from UALR this morning. He also has offers from Arkansas State, SE Missouri and Lehigh. He's drawing interest from Arkansas, Miss. State, Boston College, Penn State, Texas Tech and others.
Arizona State has offered North Little Rock receiver K.J. Hill. He now has 10 offers.
Hope sophomore defensive end McTelvin Agim, 6-2, 240 ran the 40 yard dash in 4.68 seconds during testing today. He recorded a 300 pound bench press and 285 power clean.
Agim has offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Clemson and Ole Miss.
Hope sophomore offensive lineman Kaderious Rowe, 6-3, 325 pounds benched pressed 285 and power cleaned 255.