The big news to come out of the camp was Blake Anderson breaking the news the Toledo game will be moved to one of the ESPN networks, most likely ESPN2 or ESPNU, for the season opener.
Anderson told the prospects about the game in their final address and gave a little more detailed in interview after the game.
It will be on Friday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m.
We expect before the month is over we will know the fate of the Auburn game TV wise. It will be broadcast somewhere since all SEC home games are.
And as you have likely heard, the game at Utah State has been moved to Friday, Sept. 16 and will be on CBS sports.
So when it’s all done, the first three games will be on national TV and four of the first five, when you add in the home game with Georgia Southern
Who was there: All of the in-state schools were with the exception of UCA, which outside of Arkansas Baptist, was the closest school involved.
One tweet quoted Arkansas coach Bret Bielema as saying UCA was not there because they play A-State this year.
After the event Anderson said he talked with Bears coach Steve Campbell and said they had a conflict but might send a couple of assistants.
They came from: Texas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana and all corners of the state.
Some standouts: Among the receivers, CAC’s Josh Johnson, an Iowa State commit, and Jonesboro senior Jonathan Adams, who holds an A-State offer. They along with Bald Knob’s Deshawn Gulledge performed well.
The Red Wolves offered 2018 defensive tackle Terry Hampton Jr of El Dorado (6-0, 269). Another impressive DL was 2019 tackle Catrell Green (6-4, 320). Linebacker Marvin Moody from Bryant also looked impressive.
Among the players who were there who hold A-State offers were B.J. Thompson, 6-6 defensive end who is the younger brother of Red Wolves TE Blake Mack, and OL Joshua Mote of Oak Grove, La.
Up next: The Red Wolves coaching were take the day off and head to a lake in Hot Springs before hosting their next camp at Springdale on Tuesday.