Counting Crowell

Hargrave Military Academy lineman Kareem Crowell (6-4, 320) is among 14 prospects staking official visits to the University of Arkansas this weekend in this updated story that now includes pictures of the prospects.

With 19 players already committed for its 2007 recruiting class, the University of Arkansas will host its biggest number of prospects on campus this weekend.

That 14-player group includes the late addition of Hargrave Military Academy's Kareem Crowell (6-4, 320), who is taking visits to Arkansas, Miami and Florida State before making a decision.

Crowell had previously signed with Louisville out of high school and then recommitted to them , but has now de-committed from the Cardinals with their change in head coaches.

It also includes other uncommitted players Beaumont West Brook quarterback Joe Chaisson (6-3, 180, 4.6), New Orleans prep wideout Lionel Breaux (6-0, 185, 4.4), cornerbacks William Cole (5-11, 170, 4.4) of Cedar Hill, Texas and Terry Carter (5-11, 170, 4.38) of West Monroe (La.) and Texas prep safety James Thomas (6-1, 185).

The list will also includes several players already committed to the Razorbacks including Marion safety Jerry Franklin (6-3, 210), Jenks (Okla.) linebacker Tim Dial (6-3, 220), Shiloh Christian wideout Crosby Tuck (6-1, 180) and defensive ends Brandon Lampkin (6-4, 250) of Tucker (Ga.) and Chavis Williams (6-4, 220, 4.6) of Dora, Ala.

Others expected to be on hand include North Little Rock athlete Phillip Dokes (6-5, 180), Little Rock Central standouts Genesis Cole (5-10, 173, 4.38) and Marion fullback Darcel Johnson (5-11, 220, 4.65) and Shiloh Christian's Bo Scott (6-2, 195).

Little Rock Central'sCharles Clay (6-3, 215) awas slated to attend but was unable and will reschedule. All will be in early Friday afternoon except for Cole and Carter, who will arrive on Saturday morning.

Lionel Breaux

Terry Carter

Joe Chaisson

Genesis Cole

William Cole

Kareem Crowell

Tim Dial

Phillip Dokes

Jerry Franklin

Darcel Johnson

Brandon Lampkin

James Thomas

Crosby Tuck

Chavis Williams

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