Signee List

The complete signing class, updated periodically over the course of the day.

Updated 10:21 am


3-star recruit by ESPN.com, which rates Marshall as the No. 19 player in the state of Arkansas and No. 200 wide receiver in the nation . . . Rated as the No. 39 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports . . . Three-year starter for the Lumberjacks who helped lead the squad to a 4A state championship in 2014 and 4A state runner-up finish in 2013 . . . Recorded 44 receptions for 832 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior along with six rushes for 64 yards and two touchdowns . . . 8-4A All-Conference as a junior and a senior . . . Pine Bluff Commercial All-Southeast Arkansas team as a junior and senior . . . Named Class 4A All-State as a senior.


Rated as the 30th best player in the state of Oklahoma by The Oklahoman’s Super 30 recruiting rankings . . . Recorded 68 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 2 fumbles recovered as a senior . . . Earned All-America, all-state and all-district recognition following his senior campaign . . . Earned four MaxPreps.com Defensive Player of the Game awards last season, including three games where he registered at least two sacks and one game where he finished with 11 tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery . . . Also recruited by schools such as Kansas State, Missouri, Arizona State, San Diego State and New Mexico.


3-star recruit by 247Sports and Rivals . . . Rated as the No. 32 player in the state of Mississippi and the No. 154 receiver in the nation by 247Sports . . . Helped lead Laurel High School to a Mississippi Class 5A state championship . . . Recorded 70 receptions for 1,442 yards and 18 touchdowns for the Golden Tornadoes . . . His yardage total ranked second in the state and touchdown total was fourth . . . Named the conference’s offensive MVP for his performance . . . Also a varsity basketball letterman . . . Also recruited by schools such as Louisiana-Monroe, Memphis and Southern Mississippi.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Earned second team All-Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) recognition in 2014 as a sophomore, helping lead Itawamba (Miss.) Community College to 3,214 yards total offense for a 351.1 average per game . . . Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com, which also ranks him as the No. 5 junior college guard in the nation, Bacchus was also recruited by schools such as Georgia Southern, Southern?Miss, Louisiana-Lafayette and Southern Mississippi . . . Before starting his collegiate career, he played at Southaven (Miss.) High School.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Two-year starter at center for NEO?A&M College, earning honorable mention All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) honors as a freshman in 2013 before receiving first-team accolades in 2014 . . . Three-year varsity starter at Tulsa (Okla.) Union High School, where he also played rugby.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Spent the last two seasons at Independence (Kan.) Community College as a safety, earning All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) honors both years . . . Sophomore campaign saw him register 39 tackles (32 solo), 1.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, two interceptions and nine pass break-ups . . . Responsible for two touchdowns, including one on a fumble return and the other on an interception return . . . Ranked 20th in the nation in pass break-ups and his 32 solo stops ranked 20th in the conference . . . Four-year varsity letterman at Bellville (Texas) High School, where he was an all-district choice and also a three-sport letterman . . . Rated as a three-star recruit by 247 Sports and Rivals.com . . . Listed as the No. 14 junior college safety in the nation by 247Sports and was also recruited by schools such as Memphis, Middle Tennessee, Southern Miss and North Texas.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Sentimore helped lead East Mississippi Community College to a 12-0 record and NJCAA national championship as a sophomore in 2014, earning MACJC?All-State/North Division First Team recognition after recording a team-high seven interceptions that tied the fifth most in the nation. Additionally, the 6-0, 180-pound defensive back from Laurel, Miss., recorded 43 tackles (37 solo), one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and eight pass break-ups.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Defensive lineman transferring from New Mexico?Military Institute, Roberson was named second team All-Western States Football League (WSFL) as a sophomore after recording 37 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2.5 tackles for loss and one blocked kick . . . Former first team All-District 2-5A choice at Midland Lee High School in Midland, Texas, Roberson posted a season-high six tackles and five more in six contests last season for NMMI.


Midyear junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Red Wolves and will be eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Swalley will come to A-State after helping lead Highland (Kan.) Community College to a 6-5 record in 2014 when he was named an honorable mention All-KJCCC pick . . . Registered 25 tackles, four sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one pass break-up and one block for Highland last season . . . Listed as a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com, which also lists him as the No. 14 junior college defensive tackle in the nation . . . Class 6A All-State selection at Blue Valley Northwest (Kan.) High School.


Transferred to Arkansas State midterm and is eligible to participate in spring camp . . . Played in 11 games for UAB in 2014 . . . Recorded eight tackles, had three pass breakups, and one quarterback hurry . . . Attended Coahoma Junior College in Clarksdale, Miss. . . . Was Coahoma's leading tackler in 2013 with 49 stops, including 23 solo tackles . . . Recorded three tackles for loss (-10 yards) and one sack (-8 yards) . . . Attended Melrose High School in Memphis . . . Brother of A-State junior offensive lineman Devin Mondie.


3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports . . . Rated the No. 6 quarterback in the state of Georiga and No. 106 quarterback in the nation by Scout . . . Rated the No. 41 dual-threat quarterback in the nation by 247Sports . . . Three-time all-region player and was selected to participate in the Rising Stars All-Star game in Georgia before the start of his senior season . . . Chambers has the ability to lineup at any skill position on the offensive side of the ball and has played multiple positions during his high school career . . . Began his freshman season as a wide receiver and then moved to quarterback at the start of his sophomore campaign . . . Also seen time on defense at the linebacker and safety positions . . . Also recruited by schools such as Troy.


3-star recruit ranked as the No. 4 quarterback in state of Georgia, No. 25 in South region and No. 86 among all quarterbacks according to Scout.com . . . A 3-star recruit by 247Sports as well, ranked as the nation’s No. 22 pro-style quarterback . . . ESPN 3-star recruit rated as the No. 31 dual-threat quarterback in the nation . . . Second team All-Region 6-AAAAAA in 2014 . . . Threw for 2,013 yards with a 57.8 completion percentage . . . Averaged 201.3 passing yards per game and finished with a quarterback rating of 100.8 . . . Recorded 17 touchdown passes and five interceptions . . . Rushed 40 times for 201 yards . . . Named Offensive Player of the Year in Region 7-AAAAA in 2013 after completing 60 percent of his passes for 2,531 yards . . . Finished his junior season with 19 touchdowns and had a season-best 392 yards in a 35-28 loss to Creekview . . . Moved from wide receiver to quarterback during his sophomore season . . . Threw for over 1900 yards and 17 touchdowns in six full games as a quarterback his sophomore season . . . Also a left-handed pitcher clocked at 85 miles per hour with his fastball . . . His father, Daryl, played at Alabama State and two years with the New York Jets as a wide receiver . . . His cousin was drafted by the Chicago Cubs out of high school and eventually played seven years with the San Diego Chargers . . . Also recruited by teams such as Georgia State, Troy and Southern Mississippi.


3-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN . . . Ranked as the No. 90 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 11 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports . . . 2014 ArkansasVarsity.com First Team All-State selection . . . Ranked as the No. 8 recruit in the state of Arkansas by Hootens.com . . . Rated the No. 21 player in the state and No. 210 wide receiver in the nation by ESPN . . . Four-year starter for the Lumberjacks, who helped lead the team to a 4A state championship in 2014 and 4A state runner-up finish in 2013 . . . Recorded 36 catches for 593 yards and five touchdowns and ran 28 times for 219 yards and four touchdowns as a senior . . . 8-4A All-Conference as a sophomore, junior, and senior . . . Named to the Pine Bluff Commercial All-Southeast Arkansas team as a junior and senior . . . Earned 4A All-State honors after junior season.


3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports . . . Rated the No. 105 defensive tackle in the nation and No. 26 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports . . . Rated as the No. 3 defensive end in the state by Scout . . . The 6-2, 285-pound defensive linemen missed all of the 2015 after suffering a torn labrum in the fall camp before the start of his senior season . . . Despite the injury, he had several offers from several FBS schools and was a pivotal part of the Tigers run to the 2014 Arkansas Class 7A State Championship . . . While in high school he played on a 3-man front at the defensive end position and racked up all-conference and all-state honors after his junior campaign . . . Also recruited by schools such as Northern Illinois, Eastern Illinois and Louisiana-Monroe.


3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports. . . Rated the No. 3 offensive tackle in the state of Missouri and No. 128 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout . . . Rated the No. 25 overall player in the state of Missouri by 247Sports . . . Missouri Class 4A First Team All-State selection . . . An offensive lineman for one of the most successful football programs in Missouri history, Ford was anchor for a Webb City High School team that has won five straight class 4A state championships . . . Webb City was ranked as the 11th best team in the nation by USA Today and also garnered a No. 5 ranking from MaxPreps.com in the Midwest Region . . . Webb City rushed for 4,372 yards this past season and averaged 312.3 yards per game on the ground . . . The team held a 7.3 yards per rush average and averaged 391.5 yards of total offense per game . . . Also recruited by schools such as Syracuse, Illinois, Texas State, Florida Atlantic and Georgia State.


3-star recruit by 247Sports, which lists Louis as the No. 77 player in the state of Louisiana and No. 52 inside linebacker in the nation . . . Started at defensive end as a sophomore before moving to linebacker as a junior . . . Earned First Team All-District 5-5A honors as a senior . . . Posted 105 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery as a junior while playing both outside and inside linebacker . . . Also recruited by schools such as Tulane, Navy and Yale.


Rated by 247Sports as the No. 137 defensive tackle in the nation . . . Named 2014 All-District 11-6A . . . 2013 All-District 11-5A choice . . . Also recruited by schools such as Louisiana-Monroe.


3-star recruit by ESPN and Rivals, which lists Wand as the No. 13 player in the state of Oklahoma . . . Rated as the No. 16 player in the state of Oklahoma and No. 146 running back in the nation by?ESPN . . . Registered over 5,500 yards of total offense in his career at Memorial High School as a four-year starter for the Bulldogs . . . Rushed for 1,769 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior . . . Also had a stellar sophomore season with 1,812 yards and 15 touchdowns . . . Ranked No. 11 on The Oklahoman’s Super 30 . . . Also a varsity track and field letterman . . . Also recruited by schools such as New Mexico and Southern Mississippi.


3-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN . . . Rated as the No. 44 and No. 55 player in the state by ESPN and 247Sports, respectively . . . 247Sports lists Jones as the No. 46 all-purpose back in the nation, while ESPN lists him as the No. 180 running back in the nation . . . Named an all-state selection by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association following his senior campaign . . . A two-way player, Jones developed into one of state of Tennessee’s best running backs after bursting onto the scene with 1,200 yards in his sophomore season . . . The trend continued as Jones topped the 1,000-yard plateau in each of his next two seasons . . . Also spent time at linebacker and safety in high school . . . Also recruited by schools such as Louisville and Georgia State.


3-star recruit by Scout, ESPN?and 247Sports . . . Rated as the No. 3 and No. 102 outside linebacker in the state and nation, respectively, by Scout . . . Rated as the No. 48 overall player in the state of Alabama by 247Sports . . . Listed by ESPN?as the No. 31 overall player in Alabama and No. 101 defensive end in the nation . . . Named a “Super 8 Senior” by the Opelika-Auburn News entering his senior season . . . Recorded 22 tackles, including 13 solo stops and five sacks, to go along with eight hurries and a blocked punt as a junior . . . Also recruited by schools such as Cincinnati, Appalachian State, Troy, South Alabama and Southern?Mississippi.


3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports. . . Rated as the No. 3 offensive tackle in the state and No. 165 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout . . . Rated as the No. 18 overall player in the state of Arkansas and No. 137 offensive tackle in the nation by 247Sports . . . The son of former NFL offensive lineman Isaac Davis, the younger Davis blossomed into one of the top offensive tackles in the state of Arkansas . . . A Class 7A all-state and all-conference pick at offensive lineman, Davis has been ranked as the No. 3 lineman in the state of Arkansas by Scout and ranks at the 50th best at his position in the South region . . . He was also named to the 2014 All-Arkansas Varsity Football team and had offers from four other Division I schools . . . Also recruited by schools such as Louisiana Tech and Souther Mississippi, Louisiana-Monroe and Memphis.


3-star recruit by 247Sports, which ranks Harrison as the No. 39 player in the state of Tennessee and No. 114 running back in the nation . . . 3-star recruit by ESPN, rated as the No. 34 player in the state of Tennessee . . . Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State Team following his senior season . . . The 5-11, 175-pound running back topped 1,000 yards for the second straight season in 2014 after rushing for 1,937 yards and 20 touchdowns as junior en route to being named Ridgeway’s Player of the Year . . . Began his career as a fullback and ran for 800 yards and eight touchdowns before making the switch to running back prior to the start of his junior season.


3-star recruit by 247Sports rated as the No. 31 player in the state of Arkansas and the No. 134 safety in the nation . . . 3-star recruit by ESPN, which lists Johnson as the No. 20 player in he state and No. 203 wide receiver in the nation . . . Played at Highland High School and helped lead the team to a 7-4 record and appearance in the 4A state playoffs . . . Also helped teams to the 4A state playoffs as a junior and 3A state playoffs as a sophomore . . . Played a multitude of positions on offense including quarterback, running back, and wide receiver, while also playing safety on defense . . . Also recruited by teams such as Southern Miss.


3-star recruit by?ESPN, which also rates him as the No. 36 player in the state of Mississippi and the No. 130 linebacker in the nation . . . Rated as the No. 46 player in the state of Mississippi and the No. 177 outside linebacker in the nation by 247Sports . . . A strong force for Tupelo High School over the past three seasons, Clifton quietly worked his into one of the state of Mississippi’s best linebackers at the end of his senior campaign . . . Earned all-conference and all-state honors in class 6A and was the Defensive Player of the Year in his conference . . . Helped lead Tupelo to the Class 6A state championship and has displayed quickness and strength at football camps over the past two seasons . . . Named to the Mississippi roster for the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic . . . Also recruited by schools such as Louisiana-Lafayette, Middle Tennessee and Southern Mississippi.