The Recruiting Guy:

Monday recruiting tidbits

By: Richard Davenport
Published: Monday, April 17, 2017
Earle quarterback Gerry Bohanon scrambles as England defender Simeon Brooks pursues him during a playoff game Friday, Nov. 25, 2016, in England.
Photo by Matt Johnson
Earle quarterback Gerry Bohanon scrambles as England defender Simeon Brooks pursues him during a playoff game Friday, Nov. 25, 2016, in England.

One of Georgia's top football prospects plans to visit Arkansas in a couple of weeks.

Defensive end Nick Fulwider, 6-7, 245, 4.7 of Tyrone, (Ga.) Sandy Creek said he'll visit the Hogs for the spring game on April 29. He has more than 20 offers from schools like Arkansas, Louisville, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee and others. He's communicating with defensive line coach John Scott.

Cornerback Rayshad Williams of Memphis Whitehaven plans to visit Arkansas on Saturday. He has offers from Arkansas, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Memphis and others. He's talking to running backs coach Reggie Mitchell.

Defensive lineman Alim McNeill, 6-2, 270 of Raleigh, (N.C.) Sanderson said he plans to visit Arkansas this summer. He has offers from the Hogs, Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, North Carolina State and several others. He has a good relationship with defensive line coach John Scott.

Quarterback Gerry Bohanon of Earle is expecting Arkansas to visit his school today. The spring evaluation period started Saturday and will end May 31. He said the Razorback will use him at quarterback and have plays for him at the position. He said that has helped his interest.. He said he'll probably visit for the spring game.

The Hogs are also expected to visit Jonesboro to check on sophomore offensive lineman Darius Thomas and junior offensive lineman Noah Gatlin.

Arkansas is also expected to visit Joe T. Robinson to check on several prospects, including athlete Nathan Page.

Linebacker Ayodele Adeoye of St. Louis Ritenour said Arkansas will visit his school today. The Hogs, Missouri, LSU, Oklahoma, Ole Miss are just some of his offers.

Defensive lineman Gavin McCabe, 6-3, 255 pounds, of Chicago Marist High School said he plans to visit Fayetteville on April 21-22 with his parents.

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