Arkansas continued its full-court press on grid prospects on Thursday by flooding seven coaches in for a pair of Louisiana prep prospects.
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema joined running backs coach Jamel Singleton, secondary coach Clay Jennings, defensive line coach Rory Segrest, wide receiver coach Michael Smith and offensive coordinator Dan Enos in visiting the Metairie, La., Archbishop Rummel duo of defensive tackle Briston Guidry (6-3, 270) and cornerback Kristian Fulton (6-1, 180).
Guidry is committed to the Razorbacks, but has visited Miami and is scheduled to visit Arizona State this weekend
Fulton is in the middle of a heated recruiting battle between LSU – where he has family ties – and Arkansas.
The Razorback contingent visited both players at school and are scheduled to do in- home visits with the prospects tonight.
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Arkansas is currently schedule to host six official visitors this weekend.
That list includes Katy, Texas, tailback Kyle Porter (5-11. 190. 4.4), North Dakota State College of Science cornerback Joseph Putu (6-2, 195), San Bernardino, Calif., Valley College offensive lineman Paul Ramirez (6-7, 295) Marshall, Texas safety Micahh Smith (6-1, 200) and Moultrie, Ga., Colquitt County linebacker Dee Walker (6-3, 210).
The Razorbacks will also be hosting a defensive end that is currently committed to another school.
Ramirez visited with new offensive line coach Kurt Anderson on Wednesday night.
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Putu visited with Bielema and Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith on Thursday morning before heading to the airport to fly to Fayetteville.
He will begin his official visit to Arkansas on Friday.
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Kennesaw, Ga., Mt. Paran Christian defensive end Allen Cater (6-5, 250) has announced he will join the numerous prospects announcing his decision on Feb. 3, the national signing date.
Cater has narrowed his decision down to Arkansas and North Carolina.