Waco (Texas) High cornerback Will Hines has now taken official visits to Missouri and Arkansas, but he's not got a decision ready yet.
Hines (6-1, 180) just finished up his one to see the Razorbacks this weekend after going to see the Tigers in December.
"This is going to be tough," Hines said. "I would say it is right at 50-50 right now between Arkansas and Missouri. They are both great schools and have great football programs."
As for a timetable on when he will make a choice, Hines said soon.
"I think I will take about a week and then make the decision," Hines said. "I just to need to take time and think everything over. Arkansas has great coaches and facilities and the campus is just beautiful."
Hines, who had 40 tackles, 16 pass break ups and one interception this season, was hosted on his Arkansas visit by tailback Knile Davis and cornerback Tevin Mitchel.
"They are both great guys and really let me know everything I needed to know about being a player in their program," Hines said. "Arkansas has got a great thing going and is going to have it going for a long time."
Hines was able to learn more about new Razorback defensive coordinator Paul Haynes.
"I really liked what he was talking about and how he plans to use me," Hines said. "It's clear I could come in there and play right away if I work hard. That's something that I'm really thinking about."
Hines' Tough Choice
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