Arkansas Razorback football, baseball and basketball are all on a roll after successful weeks on the recruiting trail

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The roundup

Fans got a glimpse into why Razorback’s recruitment was such a hit

This week, Southeastern conference publications flocked to Atlanta to hear from coaches and players at SEC Media Days.

During Sam Pittman’s 30+ minutes on the podium, he detailed a bit about the approach he takes to recruiting from both the transfer portal and the high school ranks that has allowed his Hogs to know such a success since taking over in 2019.

From how he’s adapted over his more than three decades of training to the importance of competing for top talent with the likes of Oklahoma and Texas, we’ve broken down the Head Hog’s remarks here. .

Pigs appear to be favorites at the five-star Baye Fall center

In addition to the recent streak in football (and baseball, check out stories about John Bolton and Cal Kilgore), Eric Musselman appears to be closing in on another five-star recruit, this time in the form of Denver Prep Academy (Colo.) Baye Fall center.

Fall, who is ranked the 13th overall prospect in the nation in the Class of 2023, broke down his short list of contenders with Rivals basketball recruiting director Rob Cassidy earlier this week.

Of the four, Cassidy ranked Arkansas the most likely to win the 6-foot-10 prospect’s commitment, giving the Hogs the green light over Auburn, Texas and Rutgers.

Cassidy wasn’t the only big name to put the Razorbacks in the lead, either, as our Jackson Collier officially listed his FutureCast for Musselman to land in Fall. He put together a story explaining his reasoning behind filming FutureCast, as well as some other names to watch from earlier today, which can be found here.

New Wide Receiver Commit breaks down his decision on the Recruiting Hawgs podcast

The HawgBeat team was able to catch up with Razorback football’s newest signing, Davion Dozier this week for an exclusive interview on the Recruiting Hawgs podcast.

In the interview, he explained why he decided to move his recruiting timeline forward and call the Hogs, as well as review early comparisons between him and Arkansas legend Treylon Burks and let it be known Razorback fans what they’re going to get. when he sets foot on campus in the summer of 2023.

For more on the role receivers coach Kenny Guiton played in his process, check out my full story here.

The full episode of the Recruiting Hawgs podcast, including Dozier’s interview and my thoughts on where the Class of 2023 will end up on signing day, can be found in the video below.

Town hall headliner

This week’s HawgBeat Town Hall segment on The Trough, our subscribers-only message board, where I answered all HawgBeat reader recruitment questions.

Although the ability to have your questions answered is exclusive to our subscribers, which you can become now for just $99.95/year or $9.95 per month, I’ve posted a condensed version of the hotel of town on the site, with three free Q&As for everyone to check out. If you’re reading this then you’re in luck because I’ll be posting another free preview below

Of This Week’s Town Hall Thread –

Q of CAW9993: We’ve obviously had elite, high-end talent on campus for 2024, among the really big names, who do you see as the most realistic?

A: I should probably go with Leeds (Ala.) Rivals250-four-star (#84)

Kavion Henderson. He’s been high on Arkansas since visiting, recently included them in his top ten and seems to be pretty close with Dallas Young.

With three (I predict a total of four) state commitments, it looks to me right now that the staff have a very good chance against him.

Introducing the Arkansas Football Defensive HawgBoard 2023

Last week we took a look at some of the biggest names to watch on the attacking side of the ball, and this Friday I’m also excited to introduce you all to the first edition of the Defensive HawgBoard 2023.

The HawgBoard is our new and improved version of the classic “Big Board”, and it provides up-to-date information on Arkansas commitments and top Class 23 targets, including height, weight, interest in Hogs, Movie Breakdowns, and Everything You Need to Know.

Below I’ve included the full “Defensive Tackle” section of the board for you to take a look at, but you can view the full version of the 2023 Arkansas Football Recruiting HawgBoard – Defense by clicking the link.

Overview of HawgBoard

Gotta know – This could very well be the most important position on the defensive side of the ball for the Hogs in 2023. After making no defensive tackles in high school this past cycle, Arkansas managed to land commitments from two of their main targets at the position, and find themselves with an outside shot to add a third.

The pair of 5.5 three-stars signed up immediately after their official visits, and stacking up to an average of 6ft 5in and 335lbs, Ian Geffrard and Stephen Johnson are looking to clog up the middle like much of Barry Odom. multiple defensive philosophy.

Markis Deal would join Luke Hasz and Shamar Easter as the “crown jewels” of the class if he deviated from the common belief that he was heading elsewhere and joined Deke Adams’ DT room. Although he is supposed to stay at home in the state of Texas, family ties to the natural state could prove a crucial argument for Arkansas over the duration.

The movie theater

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