That is expected to include the four in-state prospects that the Razorbacks have already offered in Hope defensive end McTelvin Agim (6-3, 250), Star City defensive tackle Austin Capps (6-5, 304), Pulaski Academy athlete T.J. Hammonds (5-10, 190) and Smackover wide receiver and Arkansas commit Jordan Jones (6-1, 170, 4.3).
Also slated to be on hand that day are Bastrop, La., wideout Isaiah Graham (6-3, 180), offensive lineman Kellen Diesch of Trophy Club, Texas, Byron Nelson and defensive lineman Chris Daniels (6-4, 290) of Euless, Texas, Trinity.
Daniels (pictured above) was born in Little Rock and lived there until he was five, his grandfather has been a teacher at Little Rock's Fuller Middle School for 30 years, his aunt recently graduated from Arkansas and his dad played quarterback for Little Rock Mills.
Hammonds got his Arkansas offer on Wednesday with TCU and Oklahoma State following with ones on Thursday.
He had previously landed offers from Vanderbilt, Louisiana Tech and Marshall.
Louisiana Tech has also offered the Fort Smith Northside duo of cornerback Kiondre Thomas (6-0, 170) and four-star middle linebacker Deontre Hardwick (6-2, 240), who also has an offer from Arkansas State.
Vanderbilt is also among those schools to offer Little Rock Christian running back Damarea Crockett (6-0, 212), who also has offers from Colorado State and Memphis.
Prairie Grove tight end Dylan Soehner has offers from Louisiana Tech, Illinois and Arkansas State and is slated to visit Alabama unofficially this weekend.
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It would not be surprising at all to see some of those aforementioned names get invited to The Opening, Nike’s prestigious camp in Beaverton, Oregon, that will be held July 7-10.
Regional Camps will be held in Dallas on March 15, Atlanta on March 22 and Atlanta on March 28 as well as several other places.
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Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema said during his Thursday press conference that his staff had just approved 35 new offers to 2016 prospects.
Two of those were apparently Waco, Texas, cornerback Eric Cuffee (6-0, 170) and Wichita, Kan. East defensive end and Kansas State commit Xavier Kelly (6-5, 215).
Truly blessed just received an offer from ARKANSAS!!!?????? #WPS— ERIC CUFFEE (@JaeRican27) February 26, 2015
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Bielema has apparently bought himself a new pair of boots for Friday night’s Justin Moore concert at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock.
Bielema and his football team had gotten an early start with 6 p.m. workout and classes on Friday.
Early one today as we start with offense players in a training session, defensive players in a Hogonese class. One day at a time. #WoooPig— Bret Bielema (@BretBielema) February 27, 2015
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Arkansas’ No. 18 women’s gymnastics team will host No. 23 Missouri and Flip for the Cure Friday night at 6:45 p.m. at Barnhill Arena.
Flip for the Cure is a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and the Lady Razorbacks will be wearing pink and black uniforms.
Admission is $1 with the meet to be televised on SEC Network +