The Recruiting Guy

Friday recruiting tidbits

Junior receiver Isaiah Graham is an elusive playmaker the Hogs hope to sign.

A top 10 basketball prospect in the 2016 class plans to visit Arkansas in the near future.

Highly recruited shooting guard Terrance Ferguson plans to visit Fayetteville in mid-May or early June, according to his mother Rachel.

Ferguson, 6-6, 185 pounds, of Prime Prep Academy in Dallas, is rated the No. 2 shooting guard and the No. 9 overall prospect in the nation for the 2016 class by ESPN. His mother said Coach Mike Anderson and assistant T.J. Cleveland have done an excellent job of recruiting her son. She plans to accompany him on his trip to Arkansas.

Pine Bluff safety David Beasley committed to Louisiana Tech on Thursday.

ESPN released their top 300 prospects on Thursday and numerous Arkansas targets and a couple of commitments made the list.

Hope defensive end McTelvin Agim-No. 4 defensive end and No. 16 overall prospect in the nation.

Razorback defensive line commitments Briston Guidry of Metairie, (La.) Rummel and Austin Capps of Star City are ranked the No. 132 and No. 237 prospects in the nation.

Pine Bluff defensive lineman John Tate- No. 207 overall prospect and No. 26 defensive end in the country.

Arkansas receiver target Isaiah Graham of Bastrop, La.- No. 99 overall prospect in the nation.

Cornerback Kristian Fulton of Metairie, (La.) Rummel- No. 31 overall prospect.

Linebacker Michael Divinity of Marrero, (La.) John Ehret- No. 45 overall prospect.

Running back Devwah Whaley of Beaumont, (Texas) Central- No. 47 overall prospect.

Offensive lineman Jean Delance of North Mesquite High School in Texas- No. 86 overall prospect.

Running back Devin White of Springhill, (La.) North Webster- No. 92 overall prospect.

Offensive lineman Scott Lashley of West Point, Miss- No. 102 overall prospect in the nation.

Tentative list of prospects expected to visit Arkansas for Saturday's Red-White game:

Arkansas signee La'Michael Pettway of Nashville is expected to officially visit this weekend

Offensive lineman Boe Wilson, 6-3, 290, 5.13 of Lee's Summit, (Mo.) Lee's Summit West

Defensive end McTelvin Agim-Hope

Receiver Jordan Jones- Smackover

Athlete T.J. Hammonds- Pulaski Robinson

Safety Dillon Stoner- Jenks, Okla.

Defensive lineman Kenyon Jackson-Little Rock Parkview

Defensive lineman Austin Capps- Star City. is competing in state high school weight lifting meet in Alma. Hopes to attend.

Defensive lineman Briston Guidry -Metairie, (La.) Rummel

Cornerback Kristian Fulton-Metairie, (La.) Rummel

Receiver Isaiah Graham-Bastrop, La.

Safety Calvin Bundage- Edmond, Okla. Santa Fe

Offensive lineman Logan Roberson- Harrah, Oklahoma

Linebacker De'jon Harris- Marrero, (La.) John Ehret

Receiver Audie Omotosho-Plano East High School in Texas

Sophomore linebacker Anthony Hines III of Plano East

Receiver Robert Hayes Jr- Slidell, La.

Linebacker Chris Baccus- Northeastern Oklahoma junior college, could receive offer during visit

Cornerback Tyrone Mahone-Bentonville

Offensive lineman Rowdy Fredrick- Broken Arrow, Okla.

11:42 update

Others added to visit list:

Sophomore offensive lineman Creed Humphrey- Shawnee, Okla.

Sophomore offensive lineman Dawson Deaton- Frisco, Texas

2:54 update

Receiver Tyron Williams-Marrero, (La.) John Ehret

Cornerback Maurice Chandler-Northeastern Oklahoma junior college, Has 10 offers

Pulaski Robinson athlete T.J. Hammonds, an Arkansas commitment, is starting to draw strong interest from Oregon.

4:14 update

Highly regarded offensive lineman Kellen Diesch is visiting Arkansas today. I expect him to visit for the spring game too.

Diesch, 6-7, 275, 4.87 of Trophy Club, (Texas) Byron Nelson is a top target of the Hogs.

I expect anywhere from 25 to 40 prospects to visit for the spring game on Saturday.

6:03 update


Diesch has said he hopes to make his college decision before his team starts spring practice on April 27.