Vinita, Okla., offensive lineman Noah Franklin was feeling better Monday and said he had a good visit to Arkansas but has not decided where he is going yet.
"I think I'll know later this week," said Franklin who told us to call him Friday afternoon. "I'm still deciding, but I had a good visit to Arkansas. There were some things I was very impressed with. The weightroom is great and I liked the coaches and getting to know and hanging out with all the players."
Franklin said it is a tough decision he's got to make. He was previously committed to Oklahoma State before the coaching change. He visited OSU and met Mike Gundy and new offensive line coach Joe Wickline on his official visit Jan. 14.
The 6-4, 290-pounder is an All-State lineman who projects as an offensive guard or tackle.
Recruiting: Noah Franklin
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