Kathleen, Ga., Veterans three-star signal caller Logan Byrd (6-3, 232), who had earlier said he hoped to have a decision soon, tweeted Tuesday morning that it was time to make some decisions.
Byrd, who de-committed from Virginia Tech in early March after being pledged to the Hokies for six months, visited Arkansas on an unofficial visit last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Louisville, Kentucky, Duke, Illinois, Kansas State, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Marshall and Charlotte.
He also has interest from Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Michigan.
The other quarterbacks who visited Arkansas last week were Fort Osage, Mo., quarterback Skylar Thompson and Keller, Texas standout Caleb Griffin (6-2, 230) – who both took in Saturday’s scrimmage.
Thompson was 158-of-244 passing for 2,385 yards with 24 touchdowns and six interceptions while rushing for 480 yards and another 10 touchdowns.
Griffin is a left-handed quarterback who passed for 1,653 yards and 12 touchdowns last season and also rushed for 372 yards and 10 more scores.
Lafayette, La., Tuerlings quarterback Cole Kelly (6-7, 240) is expected to visit Arkansas on April 18.
Kelly passed for 3,001 yards and 31 touchdowns last season and has seven offers with Arkansas and Oklahoma State at the top of his list.
The Razorbacks have also offered Huber Heights, Ohio, Wayne four-star quarterback Messiah deWeaver (6-3, 200).
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Southfield, Mich., tailback Matt Falcon (6-1, 215) announced Arkansas as one of his final five schools on twitter on Monday.
The other four schools were Michigan, Tennessee, Oregon and Arizona State.
Arkansas offered Arlington, Texas, Lamar wideout Kofi Boateng (6-1, 180) on Monday.
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Man Arkansas got a strong fan base for real! ?— Kofi Boateng (@BGKofiBoateng) April 7, 2015
Arkansas’ equipment staff tweeted out a picture of some new uniforms on Tuesday.
Getting in the first wave of uniforms for next season! Replacing those Texas Bowl Champ jerseys! pic.twitter.com/LUGC0MaH6y— Razorback Equipment (@RazorbackEquip) April 7, 2015