Adcock Pleased With Arkansas Offer

Nashville offensive lineman Kirby Adcock (6-6, 280) has become the third in-state junior to earn a football scholarship offer from Arkansas.

Nashville offensive lineman Kirby Adcock came to Fayetteville on Saturday and left with a parting gift.
Adcock (6-6, 280) became the third in-state junior offered by the Razorbacks when Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema offered him after his unofficial visit.
He noted that and meeting new Arkansas offensive line coach Kurt Anderson were the highlights of his trip.
“Getting offered by the Coach Bielema and meeting the coaches would be the highlights,” Adcock said. “I really liked Coach Anderson. I didn't know what to expect with his style of coaching and things of that nature with him being from the NFL. I really like Coach Bielema. He was easy to talk to.”
Anderson was formerly the offensive line coach for the Buffalo Bills and Adcock got to see him lead his group through practice on Saturday in the Razorbacks’ first day in pads.
“It was fun watching Coach Anderson interact with the O line and see how excited the whole team was to play and get pads on,” Adcock said.
Adcock, who said he does not have a leader at this moment, also has offers from Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Arkansas State and Southern Miss.
He has a timetable for when he would like to make his decision. 
“I would like to do it before season so that I can focus on my senior season,” Adcock said.
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