How the 2019 Signing Class Should Finish

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22. Hudson Henry, Tight End, Pulaski Academy
Arkansas will sign their most prized recruit in a National Signing Day Ceremony with his teammates, which is a tradition at PA. Look for Arkansas to sign his teammate, John David White, as a preferred walk-on receiver.
23. Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver, Warren
A lot of fans were shocked when Burks announced he would not sign with Arkansas in December. He chose the February signing date because of his grandmother’s trip out of town. Burks wanted to wait for her so she could see her talented grandson sign to play for the Hogs.
24. Myles Brooks, Safety, Hendrickson (TX)
Brooks was the only player committed that did not receive a visit during the latest contact period. For what ever reason that was, Brooks is solidly committed and would give Arkansas extra depth at the safety position, which has left more to be desired from the previous starters at the position.
25. Dante Walker, Defensive End, Cedar Grove (GA)
For a minute, it seemed that Walker would not initially qualify and not sign with Arkansas. Recently, that has been put to rest and should sign with Arkansas.
26. A’Monte Spivey, Running Back, Phenix City (AL)
I don’t expect to lose Spivey but with the news of Ole Miss losing four star running back, Jerrion Ealy, the Rebels will put a full court press on the underrecruited back out of Alabama. Being closer to home may play a role in the decision to decommit from Arkansas and sign with Ole Miss. We will keep you updated throughout the last month on what he winds up doing.
27. Adonis Otey, Athlete, Murfreesboro (TN)
Fans were surprised with the news of Otey not signing with the Hogs during the early signing period. His high school teammate and Razorback signee, Trey Knox, let us know that Otey is still 100% committed to the Razorbacks. Otey will visit Southern California and maybe Oregon as they have extended scholarship offers to him when he did not sign in December.
28. Jalen Catalon, Safety, Mansfield (TX)
Mercy! Fans have waited patiently and impatiently through the recruiting process of the star safety. He will announce his commitment on January 29th, a week before the traditional National Signing Day begins. Catalon is also a very very good baseball player and visited not only the football facilities but the Razorback baseball team’s. With Morris putting an emphasis on recruiting Texas, Catalon will certainly be a big fish you can boast about signing for years to come if they can outlast the Longhorns for him.
29. Wildcard (Graduate Transfer QB) or Lakia Henry, Dodge City CC, LB
Who or will Arkansas take a graduate transfer in the spring or summer? Guys to keep and my eye on are:
Shane Beuchele, Texas
Ben Hicks, SMU
Jalen Hurts, Alabama
De’Andre Johnson, FAU
Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame
Ross Bowers, California-Berkeley

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3 thoughts on “How the 2019 Signing Class Should Finish

  1. IMO, I personally don’t think we will get a transfer QB. I think we either lose one recruit from your list or we don’t take a juco QB, and maybe both, and then we add either Sci Martin, Christopher Russell, or Lakia Henry. We need LB’s in a bad way, so we have to make room for at least one of them. I think, if anything, we lose Spivey at RB, because there’s some great backs in the ’20 class, and get our D in line.

      1. I agree about Henry. He’s appearing to be a FSU lean, but would love to have him. The Vols are coming after Russell hard, so hopefully CCM and staff can overcome like they have with several other recruits. Considering the current roster, after removing transfers, do we really *have* to take a back this class? It seems like there are several higher-rated backs, in the 2020 class, that we are in good standing with.

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