It's well known that Pulaski Academy wideout Neal Barlow can get plenty of things done when he is 1-on-1.
That's precisely why Barlow (6-7, 200) made the trip up to Fayetteville on Wednesday to see the University of Arkansas once again.
"I have been up to Arkansas a few times, but always in a big group setting and I just wanted to go up and have some more personal one-on-one time with the coaches," Barlow said. "It was really good and I really enjoyed it.
"I really got a chance to really get a feel for the coaches and the campus," Barlow added. "I got a chance to look over the business school – which is something I am ver interested in – and I got to look over the academic facilities and talk to some of the players."
Barlow, who had 81 catches for 1,164 yards and 11 touchdowns last season and was the MVP of the recent McDonald's 7-on-7 Tournament on the UA campus, has narrowed his list to Arkansas, LSU, Kansas and Missouri.
He has taken unofficial visits to all those schools except for LSU, where he will trek to next Tuesday.
"I still think pretty highly of all those schools," Barlow said. "Obviously all those coaches do a good job of pumping up their schools."
Barlow says he expects to have a decision due in the very near future.
"Once I get back from LSU, I am going to sit down with my parents and kind of go over things," Barlow said. "I think after that I will have a decision very soon. I definitely want to get it out of the way soon and concentrate on the season."
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