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Thursday recruiting tidbits
Defensive end Hjlate Froholdt, an Arkansas commitment, plans to arrive back in the United State in late June.
Arkansas defensive end commitment Hjalte Forholdt said he's hoping to visit Arkansas in July.
He plans to leave Denmark in late June and arrive in Bradenton, Florida to enroll in IMG Academy.
He said he communicates with Coach Bret Bielema and defensive line coach Rory Segrest by direct messaging on Twitter.
Froholdt said he's around 290 but expects to lose some weight and add more muscle after he starts working out with the strength and conditioning coach at IMG.
He said he's been talking to former Warren, (Ohio) Harding teammate and offensive lineman James Daniel about Arkansas.
He plans to take his official visit during the season.
Highly recruited offensive lineman Josh Wariboko of Oklahoma City Casady High School said Arkansas offensive line coach Sam Pittman visited the school Wednesday.
Wariboko and his brother, Max visited Fayetteville Feb. 28. He said he and Max plan to talk to their parents about making another visit but no date has been set. ESPN rates him the No. 190 prospect in the nation. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Linebacker Juwan Taylor of Hallandale Beach, (Fla.) Hallandale said linebackers coach Randy Shannon visited his school on Wednesday. He also received an offer from the Hogs. The interest is mutual.
He now has seven offers. He could be one to watch for a future visit. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Wake Forest offensive coordinator Warren Rugglero visited Conway on Wednesday and filmed sophomore quarterback Breylin Smith throwing. He wants Smith to attend their camp this summer. Arkansas tight ends coach Barry Lunney Jr. recently visited the school. Video highlights CLICK HERE
Sophomore defensive lineman Cameron Murray, 6-2, 272, received is first scholarship offer today when Arkansas State extended one. He was one of the top performers at the Dallas Nike SPARQ Combine a few weeks ago. He recorded an 86.19 SPARQ rating while posting a 5.03 electronic time in the 40 yard dash, 25.4 vertical along with an impressive 4.55 pro-shuttle time. His performance was the eighth best among linemen and second best for the 2016 linemen.
Smackover sophomore receiver Jordan Jones reports Arkansas tight ends coach Barry Lunney Jr. visiting his school today. He's a strong candidate to be the next 2016 in-state prospect to receive an offer from the Hogs. Video highlights CLICK HERE