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Each week, HawgBeat.com provides a completely free update on everything happening in the Arkansas Razorbacks recruiting world.
Hogs cut on Air Noland, commitment date set
Decision time is coming soon for four-star quarterback Air Noland, who released his school’s best 7 on Saturday.
Noland included pigs, as well as some other stiff competition for his services.
Fairburn, Georgia, will make its college decision on April 8. Tell Haugbet After his visit on 15 March That Arkansas really stood out to him.
“I think the score I got and the information I got is Arkansas isn’t what a lot of people expect until you get there. Arkansas really excelled with Coach (Sam) Pittman and Coach (Dan) Enos.”
Noland was named first-team All-State Class 6A Georgia last season, and was named 6A Player of the Year. He led Langston Hughes High School to a perfect 15-0 record and a 6A championship last season, throwing for 4,095 yards on 55 touchdowns, adding five scores on the ground.
The four-star offensive lineman includes Arkansas at #8
Arkansas is known for placing an offensive lineman in the NFL, and two more are likely heading into next season in Ricky Stromberg and Dalton Wagner. Max Anderson fired a four-star offensive tackle into the Top 8 on Thursday that included the Hogs.
Interestingly, Frisco, Texas, did not have any Texas schools on the list. Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma, Ohio and Oregon join Arkansas on the list.
Anderson is ranked the 181st in the nation according to Rivals, and the 13th best tackle. His final visit to Fayetteville was on November 12, when Arkansas lost to LSU, 13-10.
Arkansas advances 2026 running back Missouri State during the visit
Recruiting often plays the long game. Arkansas offered a comeback from the Class of 2026 on Friday.
DeZephen Walker, a runaway from Raymore, Missouri, was on campus this week and reported on the show on Twitter.
Walker is not yet rated by the Rivals, but he carries offers from Georgia, Kansas State, Tennessee, Purdue, Oregon, and Missouri in addition to Arkansas.
He’s 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds on his Twitter account he runs a 4.5 40-yard dash, and he plays for Raymore-Peculiar High School with Jaden Reddell, a receiver who also carries wide from Arkansas.
Four star tight end plans April visit to Arkansas
In last year’s drafting cycle, Arkansas hit two four-star tight ends in Shimmer Easter, home of Ashdown, and Luke Hases of Bixby, Oklahoma. Another four-star tight end, this one from Georgia, will be taking a trip to Arkansas in April.
Kellan Fox, ranked No. 223 in the nation according to Rivals, will visit Arkansas on April 8.
Fox plays both tight end and defensive end for Grayson High School, but is recruited as a tight end according to Rivals. Last season, he helped Grayson reach a 10-3 season and a quarterfinal appearance in the Georgia 7A playoffs, where they lost to Milton, 35-12.
Fox told HawgBeat last season that he recorded 25 receptions for 326 yards and found the endzone twice.
The Rivals Top250 wide receiver has Arkansas in the Top 8
Another highly rated player released a top 8 and Arkansas found itself firmly in the mix.
Bryant Wisko, a four-star quarterback from the Midlothian, Texas, near Dallas area, has included Arkansas among Clemson, TCU, Nebraska, Colorado, LSU, Oklahoma and Texas.
Wesco is ranked as the 165th player in the nation and the 31st player in the state of Texas according to Rivals. On March 18, he was invited to the 2024 Under Armor All-America Game.
Last season, Wisco helped Midlothian to a record of 13-1, perfect until a playoff loss to Aledo.
Arkansas basketball hosts the UCA transition for an unofficial visit
Arkansas’ 2022-2023 basketball season ended Thursday with a loss to Yukon in the Sweet 16, and Eric Musselman is already working to reload the transfer portal for next season.
Arkansas basketball hosted UCA transfer and Bryant native Camren Hunter for an unofficial visit on Wednesday.
Hunter was named ASUN Player of the Year last season. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound sophomore averaged 16.9 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.5 steals per game last season.
It wouldn’t be the last time Hunter would be on campus visiting either. He told HawgBeat that he will be back on an official visit.
“(The visit) went very well,” Hunter said. “Well enough that they wanted to come back and pay an official visit. They were so honest and down to earth. They revealed my strengths and weaknesses to me. They told me how I fit in and how they did some research on me before arriving to make sure I fit into their program as a whole. Small things not far from just weaknesses.” The things that can help me rise. Playmaking, scoring goals, defending on three levels, toughness, and other things.”