Arkansas set to host more recruits

Arkansas will play host to a few more talented recruits this weekend as the unofficials continue for the Razorbacks.

Zach Rogers is one of the Lone Star State's top Class of 2015 recruits.

The Razorbacks will host Liberty-Eylau (Texas) 4-star Davion Hall today and Saturday. Hall committed to Baylor on Feb. 2, but now has decided to look at some other options in addition to Baylor.

Hall has offers to Arkansas, Baylor, LSU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech as well as drawing attention from Oklahoma and Texas. Hall has a grade of 94 with 247Sports. Hall is rated No. 95 in the Top 247 in the nation as well as No. 9 safety and No. 11 recruit in Texas. Hall could play wide receiver or safety in college.

In addition to Hall, Arkansas is also playing host to a top Class of 2015 offensive lineman from Texas. Carrollton Hebron's Zach Rogers already has offers to Arkansas, UCLA and Texas Tech. Rogers has been to Arkansas numerous times on unofficial visits and really likes the Razorbacks.

Bentonville 3-star tight end Jack Kraus holds offers from Arkansas, Utah State and Illinois. Kraus is a talented recruit at a position where Arkansas has a big need. Kraus is rated the No. 23 tight end in the nation and No. 4 recruit in Arkansas. He has a grade of 85 with 247Sports.

West Memphis 4-star Jarvis Cooper could play defensive end or linebacker in college. Arkansas State and Memphis have already extended a scholarship offer to him. Arkansas, Ole Miss and Auburn are schools taking a very long look at him. Cooper is known to like the Razorbacks and has performed well in camps here.

A couple of talented quarterbacks will also make it to Arkansas' campus this weekend. Roger Heritage's Josh Qualls and Fort Smith Southside's Isaac Jackson. Qualls has started every game in high school and led Heritage to a big improvement in records this past season. Jackson was a wide receiver as a sophomore before moving to quarterback this past season. He is looking hard at Arkansas, Mississippi State and LSU right now. Jackson has already visited LSU and Mississippi State and was impressed with both. Jackson wants to play quarterback in college.

Some other in-state athletes who will be in Fayetteville this weekend are Springdale tight end Josiah Wymer, Parker Chapel offensive lineman Will Jones, Warren's pair of offensive lineman Jhamahl Bell and wide receiver Von Eric Gonder, Lonoke wide receiver Blake Mack, Pine Bluff kicker Austin McGehee and Conway Class of 2015 kicker Matt Cummins.

Jones and Bell are two of the four in-state offensive linemen getting a long look from the Razorbacks. Wymer is an interesting prospect who also played on the basketball team for the Bulldogs. McGehee has an extremely strong leg and kick or punt.

Arkansas still has three commitments and will begin spring drills on Sunday. The Red-White game will be on April 20 at 2 p.m.

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