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.
Arkansas Camp Day Three updates
NWA Media/DAVID GOTTSCHALK 8/9/13 Charleston High School football player Ty Storey during practice Friday morning inside the gym at Charleston High School.
FAYETTEVILLE The final day of Arkansas' three day camp will start around 9 am.
There might not be any more offers extended after today. There's always that possibility, but that's what it's looking like now.
LB Fermin Silva of Miami Central had his moments but after playing DE but he's adjusting to LB. One to watch in the fall.
S Marcus Walker of Lake Wales, Fla. is leaving this morning and as reported earlier has the Hogs in his top three.
CB William Lockett of Manvel, Texas will leave this morning along with receiver Sean Dykes. He expects to talk to Arkansas in the next few days or so to see where he stands about an offer.
Other updates will be posted during today's camp and after it concludes at 11. Then all eyes are towards Thursday's Elite Camp.
If I were to predict on whether White Hall TE-DE Daniel Sprinkle gets an offer or not, I would say he eventually does at some point. Could come soon or sometime down the road.
DT-FB Kenyon Jackson, 5-11, 265 of Little Rock Parkview could be a guy Arkansas takes a long look at FB. He's very open to playing FB. He has a 375 bench press and 600 squat. He's the son of Keith Jackson.
Dardnelle athlete Parker Witt helped his stock over the three days. He worked out at DE, TE and FB.
Dumas TE Will Gragg and K.J. Hill hung out today and will be heading back.
Arkansas definitely made them feel wanted.
There's absolutely no doubt TE commit Austin Cantrell was one of the best athletes at the camp on Monday. His acceleration and top end speed stands out while running routes. A year or so under weight and condictioning coach Ben Herbert and Cantrell has a chance to be a freakish athlete at TE.
Totally disregard any rankings with Cantrell. He has a chance to be a special player on the college level.
Arkansas will likely have between 60-80 athletes for Thursday's Elite Prospect camp.
At least four 2016 QBs are expected to attend. Kasey Ford, Brennen Woooten, Micah Wilson and Skylar Thompson. Wooten will tour the school on Wednesday.
CB Henry Black of Shreveport Woodlawn plans to attend. He has several offers, including Houston, Tulane, La.Tech and Memphis.
RB Rawleigh Williams of Dallas Bishop Lynch will visit the Hogs on Wednesday.
DE James Lockhart of Ennis, Texas is expected to visit on Saturday. He's closing in on 30 offers.
As of now, S Kahlil Haughton of Waco Midway is expected to visit on Friday.
2016 LB Jordan Carmouche, 6-1, 200, 4.6 of Manvel, Texas will arrive late Wednesday for Thursday's Elite Camp. He has an offer from Houston. Video highlights CLICK HERE