Otis Kirk

Hogs offer pair of in-state OL

Arkansas' first ever "Trench Hogs" camp proved fruitful.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Arkansas' inaugural "Trench Hogs" camp for offensive and defensive linemen proved fruitful Sunday.

The Razorbacks extended offers to a pair of in-state offensive linemen in the 2018 class: Noah Gatlin from Jonesboro and Luke Jones from Pulaski Academy.

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Gatlin is a three-star offensive tackle with an .8222 grade in the 247Sports Composite. Arkansas joins a long list of offers for him that includes Arizona State, Iowa State, Mississippi State, Texas Tech and Virginia.

Jones is also a three-star offensive tackle, but he has an .8333 grade in the 247Sports Composite. His offers other than the Razorbacks include Arizona State, Iowa State, Missouri and Virginia. He has Ivy League offers from Princeton and Yale, as well.

They are the fifth and sixth offers by Arkansas to players from the Natural State. Greenwood four-star quarterback Connor Noland and Charleston three-star athlete Sean Michael Flanagan have committed to the Razorbacks, while Earle four-star dual-threat quarterback Gerry Bohanon and Ashdown three-star cornerback LaDarrius Bishop remain uncommitted.


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