The Recruiting Guy:

Arkansas commitments 'hyped' about Morris' pledge

By: Richard Davenport
Published: Friday, June 14, 2019
Chandler Morris (left), son of Arkansas coach Chad Morris (right), watches Saturday, April 6, 2019, during the Razorbacks' spring game in Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.
Photo by Andy Shupe
Chandler Morris (left), son of Arkansas coach Chad Morris (right), watches Saturday, April 6, 2019, during the Razorbacks' spring game in Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.

Several Arkansas commitments are optimistic about the future in Fayetteville after learning of quarterback Chandler Morris becoming a part of the 2020 class.

Tight end Brandon Frazier - McKinney (Texas) North:

"I’m really excited about it. We’ve been recruiting each other for a couple months now and I’m really pumped to have him join this elite class, and now we can start building a relationship and get this thing going in the right direction."

Offensive lineman Ty'Kieast Crawford - Carthage, Texas:

"Let me just tell you now: the class of 2020 has the best players in it so far. Man, trust and believe we are not done getting recruits. We are going to have more recruits commit soon."

Receiver Mason Mangum - Austin West Lake:

"I’m hyped. Chandler can sling it. As a receiver, it gives me some comfort having someone who I know can really throw it. It’s also great having another Texas kid in the class with us."

Tight end Allen Horace - Crockett, Texas:

"That’s my guy. We’ve already been in contact with each other. Fayetteville is fixing to be the place to be. You’re not going to want to miss out."

Receiver Savion Williams of Marshall, Texas:

"I’m hyped because i have my good quarterback that can slang the ball to me. He’s a very cool guy. Just wait till we build the bond."

Defensive end Jashaud Stewart of Jonesboro:

"He is a very talented quarterback that I feel could be special playing at Arkansas."

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