In addition to the Red-White game on Saturday, Arkansas will play host to several recruits on unofficial visits.
Coppell (Texas) 4-star defensive end Solomon Thomas has a long list of scholarship offers including one from Arkansas.
The Razorbacks will host at least four 4-star recruits and several other top prospects as well. El Dorado defensive tackle Bijhon Jackson has a grade of 96 with 247Sports as well as rated the No. 61 recruit in the nation, No. 7 defensive tackle in the nation and No. 1 recruit in Arkansas. Jackson is committed to Arkansas.
The other trio of 4-stars are Har-Ber defensive tackle Josh Frazier, Liberty-Eylau (Texas) safety-wide receiver Davion Hall and Coppell (Texas) defensive end Solomon Thomas. Frazier has a 247Composite grade of 96 while being rated the No. 66 recruit nationally, No. 4 defensive tackle and No. 1 recruit in the state. Frazier likes Arkansas, USC, Alabama, Texas A&M, UCLA and others.
Hall is committed to Baylor, but also likes Arkansas and Texas A&M as well as a few others. He was in College Station last weekend and this is his second visit to Fayetteville this spring. Hall has a 247Composite grade of 96, No. 65 recruit in nation, No. 6 safety and No. 9 prospect in Texas.
Thomas is also making his second visit to Arkansas this spring. Thomas has a 247Composite grade of 98 as well as rated No. 20 in the nation, No. 2 strongside defensive end and No. 3 recruit in Texas. Thomas has Texas very high on his list along with schools such as Arkansas, Oklahoma and others.
Some other recruits slated to be in Fayetteville on Saturday are Gonzalez (La.) East Ascension 3-star running back Sione Palelei, Tucker (Ga.) 3-star outside linebacker Kirk Tucker, Kennesaw (Ga.) Lassiter 3-star cornerback Chris Murphy, Maryville (Mo.) 247Composite 3-star star center Jackson Morrison, Kearney (Mo.) 247Composite 3-star Brock Broughton and the North Little Rock pair of 3-star recruits, running back Juan Day and cornerback Kavin Alexander. Day is committed to Arkansas.
Among the other top recruits visiting are Rogers Heritage quarterback Josh Qualls, Fayetteville wide receiver-defensive back Jordan Dennis, Coppell (Texas) offensive tackle Bill Weber, Little Rock Catholic tight end Aaron Hamaker along with the Springdale pair of cornerback Deandre Murray and tight end Josiah Wymer.
A trio of the top Class of 2015 recruits in the nation are also visiting. Carrollton (Texas) offensive guard Zach Rogers, Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg and North Little Rock wide receiver K.J. Hill. Rogers has offers to Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, UCLA and Texas Tech as well as others. Hill is also one of the top basketball recruits in the Class of 2015 while Gragg holds an offer to Arkansas.
A pair of top walk-on recruits planning to attend Arkansas in the fall will also be in attendance. De Queen fullback Chris Jones and Little Rock Christian tight end Will Duncan has both committed to Arkansas.
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