Simmons (6-3, 207), a four-star prospect per Scout.com who already has 11 offers, put down a blistering 4.37 in the 40-yard dash and also was a standout in the 7-on-7 work.
He certainly impressed the Razorback coaches and was told they would be in touch with him soon about an offer.
“Currently I don’t have an offer from them, but if they were to offer I’d say they would be pretty high up on the list,” Simmons said.
Simmons, whose brother and linebacker Victor Simmons just finished up his playing career, was making his first visit to Arkansas.
“I like it a lot,” Simmons said. “Great facilities, great coaches. Everything seems pretty nice.
“My testing was pretty good. I could have done a little better outside in the 7-on-7. There is always room for improvement.”
Simmons has offers from Arizona State, Iowa, Iowa State, Illinois, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisville, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska.
He is also getting interest from Arkansas and Oklahoma State, both of whom he has recently visited.
Simmons said there will be a few factors that will go into his decision.
“I’m looking at the academic program and my playing style and just really make sure I fit into the school,” Simmons said.
Day 2: Hogs???????? pic.twitter.com/5NeRCcrsmQ— Isaiah Simmons (@isaiahsimmons25) June 20, 2015