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3-And-Out: 'Tank' Wright Gets Look At Linebacker, Knile Davis Contemplates Contact

by Chris Bahn 3/16/2012 7:55 am

Even as Tenarius Wright developed into one of the most promising defensive ends in the Southeastern Conference, Arkansas coaches knew he still had an interest in playing linebacker. Wright arrived on campus as a linebacker, but was switched to defensive end after coaches preferred what they saw from him there during his redshirt season. But Wright impressed coaches with his work at linebacker Thursday. He made the move for portions of practice because middle linebacker Alonzo Highsmith is out for the spring with a pectoral tear.

Razorback 3-And-Out: Answering Pre-Spring Questions, Evaluating Top Position Battles

by Chris Bahn 3/14/2012 7:44 am

What position battles figure to be worth watching as Arkansas opens spring practice? What changes are in store for the defense? Those questions and more in a pre-spring practice 3-And-Out.

Recruiting 360: Razorbacks Have Higher Hopes for Latest Batch of NWA Products

by Chris Bahn 2/9/2011 2:58 pm

Arkansas didn’t have to travel far to find key members of its 2011 recruiting class. Of 30 players signed, five played high school within 25 miles of Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Will the local products produce better than others from the area have over the years?

Otis Kirk's Recruiting 360: Razorbacks Build 2011 Class With Top In-State Talent

by Otis Kirk HawgSports.com Recruiting Analyst 2/3/2011 11:15 am

Arkansas signed 30 new recruits on Wednesday, including seven from Arkansas. The seven in the state this year include two 4-star recruits on Rivals.com. Fayetteville quarterback Brandon Allen (6-foot-2, 214 pounds, 4.7 in the 40-yard dash), and Springdale Har-Ber offensive tackle Brey Cook (6-7, 314, 5.2). Allen and Cook are among the best in the nation at their positions, according to Rivals.com.

Otis Kirk's Recruiting 360: National Writer High on Petrino's Expected 2011 Haul

by Otis Kirk, HawgSports.com Recruiting Analyst 1/27/2011 9:30 am

National Recruiting Analyst Max Emfinger has evaluated football recruiting classes longer than any of the recruits in the Class of 2011 have lived, and this year Emfinger is very impressed with what Arkansas' Bobby Petrino and his staff have been able to do. Emfinger currently has Arkansas rated No. 10 in the nation with its 28 verbal commitments. Emfinger is especially impressed with one position of Arkansas' class.

Otis Kirk's Recruiting 360: Arkansas Will Entertain a Host of Football Recruits This Weekend With Few Slots Left

by Otis Kirk, HawgSports.com Recruiting Analyst 1/13/2011 1:08 pm

Arkansas will host over two dozen recruits this weekend, with prospects from all around the nation slated to be on the Fayetteville campus. One less-familiar among the recruits visiting is St. Augustine (Fla.) fullback Tarek Odom. Odom is also considering Florida State, Arkansas State, Florida International and Eastern Michigan. Arkansas' Kris Cinkovich is the lead recruiter on Odom.

Arkansas Expected to Add Even More Talent, Depth at Wide Receiver With 2011 Class

by Chris Bahn 1/12/2011 10:00 am

Wide receiver has been one of the deepest and most talented positions at Arkansas the last few seasons. That shouldn’t change anytime soon. Not only are the Razorbacks top players at receiver expected to return, Arkansas is on track to sign what one recruiting service regards as the No. 1 wide receiver/tight ends class in the country.

Otis Kirk's Recruiting 360: Mid-term Grad Austin Beck Gets First Taste of Offense in 2010

by Otis Kirk, HawgSports.com Recruiting Analyst 11/30/2010 12:01 pm

Austin Beck, a two-way lineman out of Oklahoma, enjoyed what he termed "a pretty good season," and then took in Arkansas' 31-23 win over LSU on Saturday.

Otis Kirk's Recruiting 360: Emfinger Enjoys Arkansas Performance, Rates Several Hog Commits Highly

by Otis Kirk, HawgSports.com Recruiting Analyst 9/21/2010 12:01 am

National recruiting analyst Max Emfinger was one of many who came away impressed with the play of the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday in Athens, Ga., and he expects more recruits will be noticing the Hogs after big wins like last week's.

Largest Schools Combine Efforts as 7A/6A, But Split Again Come Playoff Time

by Jim Harris and Ron Jumper 7/12/2010 12:00 am

For the regular season, 7A/6A will consist of four divisions. But, so as to keep some of those natural rivalries, each league will look awfully close to how it appeared the past two years.