Stoner Brings The Family To Check Out Hogs

Arkansas got another chance to impress Jenks, Okla., safety Dillon Stoner (6-1, 180) on Saturday as he brought his entire family over to check out the Razorbacks' Red-White game

It’s not time yet, but Jenks, Okla., standout Dillon Stoner can see a commitment in his future sooner rather than later.

Stoner (6-1, 180) got a chance to check out Arkansas again this past weekend as he and his family took in the Razorbacks’ Red-White game.

“It was definitely great to be back over there and I got a chance this time to bring my whole family – my dad, mom and two little sisters,” Stoner said. “It was fun to watch.”

Stoner, who the Razorbacks are recruiting as a safety, has settled on a top three at this point.

“I’ll say that Arkansas, Kansas and Washington State are my top three in no particular order,” Stoner said. “Arkansas is looking at me as a safety, Kansas as a wide receiver and Washington State is not sure what side of the ball that I would play on.”

Stoner, who also has offers from Rice, Wyoming and Arkansas State, had 48 tackles with 5 interceptions as well as 35 catches for 597 yards and six touchdowns while also punting for his team this past season.

He enjoyed getting to talk to Arkansas secondary coach Clay Jennings and Arkansas offensive line coach on Saturday.

“He definitely knows what he is doing and I enjoyed getting to talk to him and watching his guys and talking to both him and Coach Pittman, who is my main recruiter.

“I definitely enjoying being around those coaches and the program.”

Stoner admits that it crossed his mind to possibly commit to Arkansas this weekend, but he wants to be sure.

“I want to decide where I am going to go before the season and I thought about Arkansas this weekend, but I just want to be very sure what I am doing because it is a big decision,” Stoner said.

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