Miami, Fla., Norland linebacker Rayshad Jackson (6-1, 205) was the first to arrive on Thursday and officially started his official visit at noon on Friday.
Jackson, who will visit frontrunner Florida next weekend, arrived with his dad Rayshad IV and his mom Brenda on Thursday night and is scheduled to fly out on Sunday.
The other two official visitors this weekend are Houston, Texas, Westfield offensive lineman Toby Weathersby (6-5, 280) and Houston Cypress Falls defensive back Nate Dalton (6-3, 195) and both arrived on Friday afternoon.
Dalton had 30 tackles this season, 4 interceptions, 9 pass break ups.
He sent out this tweet on Thursday:
I will be in Fayetteville tomorrow pic.twitter.com/sDpLY5cZga— Nathaniel Dalton (@TheN8Dalton) January 15, 2015
Arkansas’ staff offered this up to him on Thursday:
This will happen wherever I go pic.twitter.com/t67Y8Jk9Xa— Nathaniel Dalton (@TheN8Dalton) January 15, 2015
Weathersby was committed to Texas at the start of the month, but de-committed out of that and scheduled visits to Arkansas (Jan. 16-18), LSU (Jan. 23-25) and Ole Miss (Jan. 30-Feb. 1).
Weathersby is four-star prospect per scout.com and ranked as the 117th-best overall player in the country and 10th-best offensive tackle.
He recently played in the Under Armour All-American Game.
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It appears that Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith's visit to see Arkansas linebacker pledge Derrick Graham has paid off.
Graham - being pursued by Florida since Randy Shannon landed there - said he is solid with Arkansas now and sent out the following tweet.
Can't wait to start the next chapter in my life in Fayetteville...— Derrick Graham (@Mrperfection352) January 16, 2015
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Arkansas is expected to host Dallas Skyline safety Kylan Johnson on Jan. 23-25.
Johnson was slated to Texas Tech this weekend, but it appears the Red Raiders moved on.
I am not visiting TTU this weekend!— Kylan Johnson (@shotime_kc) January 16, 2015
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North Carolina State defensive end commit Jabari Zuniga (6-3, 260) of Marietta, Ga., Sprayberry is visiting Florida this weekend is slated to be at Arkansas Jan. 23-25.
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Arkansas basketball coaches went to see a pair of basketball prospects on Thursday night.
Razorback head coach Mike Anderson was on hand to see Bentonville junior Malik Monk play at the Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions in Springfield, Missouri.
Monk had 26 points and 16 rebounds in a 63-56 loss to High Point, N.C, Wesleyan Christian.
The Arkansas staff also took in a game of New Mexico Junior College redshirt freshman power forward Kimari Jackson (6-8, 225).
Jackson scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in a 66-64 home win over Midland.
Jackson has offers from Tennessee, Old Dominion, Colorado State and James Madison with interest from Arkansas, Creighton, West Virginia, TCU and Texas Tech among others.