Richard Davenport has been a recruiting columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette since 2007. He also hosts Recruiting Thursday each Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. statewide.
Monday recruiting tidbits
Running back Daniel Gresham, a former Louisville commitment, said he has interest in Arkansas.
Gresham, 5-10, 228, 4.5 seconds in the 40 yard dash, of Fort Worth, (Texas) All Saints Episcopal was being recruited by the Hogs before his pledge to the Cardinals.
Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney is expected to visit the school of junior tight end Hale Hentges, 6-4, 225, 4.83 seconds in the 40 yard dash, of Jefferson City (Mo.) Helias on Thursday. His father, Chris, an assistant coach at the school, said they're developing a relationship with tight end coach Barry Lunney Jr.
He has more than 15 scholarship offers from Arkansas, Penn State, Florida State, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa, Iowa State, Nebraska, Indiana and Tennessee. Video highlights CLICK HERE
As reported on Friday, safety Shawn Boone, 5-10, 180 pounds of West Palm Beach, (Fla.) Dwyer said on Thursday that he was still considering Arkansas and had the Hogs in his top three along with Penn. St. and North Carolina State. He said defensive coordinator Chris Ash will make an in-home visit on Thursday. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Cornerback De'Eric Culver of Tallahassee Godby, who will officially visit Louisville Jan. 17, said he still has interest in Arkansas. He's committed to the Cardinals. Video highlight CLICK HERE
Offensive tackle Frank Ragnow, 6-6, 291, 5.0 seconds in the 40 yard dash of Victoria, Minnesota, Chanhassen said on Twitter on Sunday that he'll announce his final schools later in the week.Video highlights CLICK HERE
Junior defensive lineman T.D. Moton of Shreveport Woodlawn said he plans to visit Arkansas when he gets a chance. He recently reopened his recruiting after being committed to Miss. St.
Defensive back Cornelius Floyd, 6-1, 170, 4.49 seconds in the 40 yard dash, of Miami Gulliver Prep believes linebackers coach Randy Shannon and cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson will do an in-home visit on Thursday. He'll officially visit Arkansas Jan. 17 and has plans to visit Oklahoma and North Carolina State. His parents will accompany him this weekend. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Arkansas junior offensive line commitment Zach Rogers of Carrollton, Texas, Hebron said he'll take a functional test on Feb. 14 to determine where he is after having ACL surgery in Sept. He said he believes he's about 80% healed.
Junior linebacker Quarte Sapp, 6-2, 200, 4.65 of Alpharetta, (Ga.) Milton said he plans to visit Arkansas, Auburn , Florida State, Tennessee and Florida this spring. He reports offers from Clemson, Ole Miss , Wisconsin , Florida State, Georgia Tech, Duke and Tennessee.
Sapp said he talked to cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson on Saturday and was told the Hog coach would be visiting his school in the next few weeks. Video highlights CLICK HERE