There appears to be a lot of football players taking their talents from Miami to Arkansas.
Miami, Fla., Killian defensive end Anthony Brown (6-4 230) because the third prospect from that city and the fourth from Florida to pledge to sign with the Razorbacks when he committed to Arkansas on Monday night.
Brown did so after a home visit and chose the Razorbacks over Mississippi State – where he visited this past weekend - Cincinnati and Michigan State, where he was scheduled to visit next.
"The first part is it's SEC football," Brown said after his visit to Arkansas on Jan. 17-19. "Who wouldn't want to play in the SEC, the best college football in the world? Arkansas told me I might have the opportunity to play my first year. They trust me even though I've only been playing this sport for two years. That's another big thing, the trust.
"They also know I need to be taught," Brown said. "They know what they're getting out of me and they respect that. That's another thing I saw in Arkansas that I did like."
Arkansas' weekend haul also included Pine Bluff Dollaway safety Josh Liddell (6-1, 198, 4.43), Fort Lauderdale Dillard linebacker Randy Ramsey (6-3, 210), Miami Norland wide receiver Kendrick Edwards (6-6, 205, 4.5) and Miami Gulliver cornerback Cornelius Floyd (6-2, 180).
Brown Adds To Arkansas Haul
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