Arkansas hosted Rutgers on Saturday night and they also played host to approximately 20 recruits including a pair of official visitors.
Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College linebacker Antonio Longino was one of two official visitors at Arkansas.
Frankfort (Ky.) Franklin County 4-star Ryan Timmons and Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College linebacker Antonio Longino both were on campus. Timmons is among the top recruits in Kentucky while Longino isn't playing at Hutchinson this year though he is in school there.
The recruits saw Arkansas fall to Rutgers 35-26.
Good Quarterbacks in the House:
Fayetteville 4-star Austin Allen is committed to Arkansas and was among the recruits in attendance. Allen helped lead Fayetteville to a 27-13 win over Van Buren on Friday night. Fayetteville is now 2-2 on the season winning its last pair of games.
Bolivar (Mo.) 4-star Rafe Peavey is committed to Arkansas for the Class of 2014. He had a very good game on Friday night with Arkansas' Tim Horton in attendance. Peavey has double-digit offers and gaining more attention from schools all across the nation despite his commitment to the Razorbacks.
Charleston Class of 2015 quarterback Ty Storey was one once again in attendance at Saturday's game. Storey has been to all three Arkansas games in Fayetteville. Storey passed for 445 yards and seven touchdowns on Friday night in a 55-24 road victory over Danville. Charleston now moves to 3-1 on the season with the victory.
Springdale's Murray Shines in Loss:
Springdale Class of 2014 running back Deandre Murray had another outstanding game on Friday night though his team fell to Rogers 47-42 in a wild game that was homecoming for the Mounties. Murray scored six touchdowns in all, but in just the first half alone he had five touchdowns while rushing for 232 yards on just 13 carries. Among his five touchdowns in the first half were runs of 77 and 80 yards. Late in the game, Murray returned a Rogers kickoff 64 yards to the Rogers 35 giving the Bulldogs one last shot at a late victory. Rogers held the Bulldogs twice on third-and-one plays at the 10 to preserve the win.
Nice Tight Ends:
Bentonville remained undefeated as it topped Springdale Har-Ber on Friday by a score of 28-7. Bentonville Class of 2014 tight end Jack Kraus has been to at least Arkansas' last three games and was among the top recruits present on Saturday.
Pine Bluff Class of 2015 tight end Will Gragg was once again in Fayetteville as a recruit and to watch his brother play. Gragg and the Zebras beat Texarkana 23-17 on Friday night.