I'm not sure how much anyone around here follows recruiting, regardless it is the lifeblood of any college football program. On the SBNation Seminole site I do a lot of work writing about recruiting, as such I follow different players, especially in and around the state of Florida.
Arkansas currently has 14 committments, I wanted to talk about two more that eventually I feel will end up as Razorbacks. Traditionally Arkansas has recruited quite a bit in the Tallahassee area, Micheal Smith, Rudell Crim, Kareem Crowell, Lance Ray and Carlton Salters all hail from the area. Smith and Crim both played at Rickards High School. Well Rickards has a pair of players this year who are both high on the Hogs, and I have been told will most likely end up there.
Camren Hudson- ATH: Camren plays three positions on the football field. As it stands now, he is a hybrid S/OLB and he also is the main ballcarrier for Rickards. He profiles better on the defensive side of the ball in college than he does on the offensive side. A lot will depend on his growth but he will end up as a SS or an Weakside (Will) OLB. He is a quick guy, who can move up and play the run but also can move laterally. He struggles to shed blocks consistently but a good strength program and coaching can change that.
Brandon Denmark-DE: Denmark is a tall (6'4'') thin (215) DE with good outside burst. He is skinny at this point but should have no problem putting on good weight when he gets to college. While I don't like him quite as much as Hudson, Arkansas needs DL in a bad way, and I think he can come in and compete and eventually be a pretty good player.