That list includes Van Buren senior forward Mitchell Smith (6-10, 220), El Dorado junior Daniel Gafford (6-10, 202) and Arkansas Baptist sophomore Connor Vanover (7-3, 210).
All three confirmed on Friday their plans to be there for the camp.
Smith received his offer since the summer of 2014 while Gafford and Vanover got offers from Arkansas earlier this month after their play on the AAU circuit this spring and summer.
Arkanas Wings (l-r) Daniel Gafford, Tyrik Dixon, Eric Curry, Connor Vanover, Mitchell Smith and Payton Willis
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One of Arkansas’ top 2016 recruiting priorities has announced a date to narrow his list.
Memphis Bolden point guard Jaylen Fisher will announce his top five on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Arkansas issued another 2016 offer this week when the Razorbacks offered Naples, Fla., First Baptist Academy small forward Lorenzo Jenkins (6-7, 215).
Jenkins played AAU basketball for Team Speights this spring and summer.
Arkansas offered sophomore forward Reginald Perry of Tallahassee, Fla., Maclay earlier this week.
Perry (6-9, 209) lived in Little Rock until three years ago and has continued to play AAU basketball with the Arkansas Hawks during the spring and summer.
Arkansas could add a 13th commit to its 2016 class on Sunday when Archer, Ga., linebacker Donta Evans (6-1, 230) announces his choice.
He has it down to six schools – Arkansas, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Louisville, Missouri and Auburn.
The addition of Clermont, Fla., Lake Minneola safety Deon Edwards (6-1, 200) on Wednesday was Arkansas’ 12th pledge in the class.
University of Arkansas commit #woopig; #hogs; #UofA; \uD83D\uDC17\uD83C\uDFC8 proud tone a hog ! All the way from clermont do to razorbacks\uD83C\uDFC8\uD83D\uDC17\uD83D\uDCAF pic.twitter.com/1YqKWBNF1K— lil dede (@Edwards2Dede) July 31, 2015