Lufkin, Texas defensive end Darrell Kelly-Thomas committed to Arkansas on Monday morning, becoming the Razorbacks' 14th verbal commitment of the 2011 class.
Kelly-Thomas is rated as the No. 36 defensive end in the country by Scout.com and had other scholarship offers from Kansas State, Baylor, Houston and New Mexico. He visited Arkansas on July 17 following the school's elite camp for prospects.
Kelly-Thomas is the second defensive end to commit to Arkansas in the rising senior class. Malvern's Grady Ollison is the other.
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