Week In Review

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On Sunday’s we will take a look at the biggest news and moments of the week when it comes to the Razorbacks. This week was somewhat busy when it came to football recruiting, the Hogs basketball win, a thinning of the football roster, too.
RECRUITING
This Wednesday will be the the first part of sealing the best signing class in Razorback Football modern history as they look to sign more than half of their class for the early National Signing Day. The committed players who will sign early are Eric Gregory, Shamar Nash, Mataio Soli, Zach Williams, Trey Knox, Devin Bush, PWO Drew Vest, Chibueze Nwanna, Myron Cunningham, KJ Jefferson, TQ Jackson, Malik Chavis, Beaux Limmer, Collin Clay, Zach Zimos, Marcus Miller, Brady Latham, Dylan Rathcke, Tauren Carter and Enoch Jackson.
The uncommitted players who are still considering Arkansas and signing early are Sci Martin and Greg Brooks, Jr.
Committed Arkansas commits not signing early are Adonis Otey, A’Monte Spivey, Hudson Henry and Treylon Burks.
Uncommitted players who are considering Arkansas and signing during the traditional National Signing Day are John David White, Lakia Henry and Jalen CataloN
PLAYER ARRESTED
Early Wednesday morning, news broke that current Razorback sophomore linebacker, Dee Walker was arrested on three separate felonies. You can read our recap of that here:
Sophomore Linebacker Arrested on Multiple Felonies
BASKETBALL HAWGS BACK ON TRACK
After a surprising loss at home to a game Western Kentucky squad last Saturday, the Razorbacks came to Little Rock to seek a win against the University of Texas-San Antonio. The Hogs got off to a slow start offensively and defensively. If it were not for power forward, Reggie Chaney and guard, Desi Sills, the Razorback basketball team would likely have suffered their third loss on the young season. Isaiah Joe had 21 and Gafford recorded a double-double last night in a blur of a game Saturday night in Little Rock’s Verizon Arena. The Hogs won 79-67 and will return to action Wednesday versus Georgia Tech at Bud Walton starting at 8 pm and will be broadcast by the SEC Network.
HOG PEN PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
Who did our writing staff choose as Arkansas high school’s most outstanding players of 201$?
2019 Arkansas High School All-Classification Team
THE HOG PEN IS STILL SEEKING SPONSORS
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Looking For Sponsors For The Hog Pen!
GRADUATE TRANSFER MARKET
Arkansas needs to address the much needed and most publicized topic during the 2018 season and that is upgrading at quarterback. Here is the link to our story on who you should keep an eye on as a potential quarterback for 2019:
Is Arkansas Still In The Grad Transfer QB Market?

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