Arkansas' final recruiting weekend of the season is producing immediate dividends. This is two today.
The Razorbacks added to their secondary class with the commitment of Texas safety Micahh Smith. Smith was a late target for the Hogs, first coming onto Arkansas' recruiting scene a couple of weeks ago.
He was offered in Fayetteville while on his official visit this weekend. He is a 2-star recruit with offers from Texas State and a few others. He made 123 tackles in his senior season at Marshall and picked off three passes.
Arkansas is hoping for a strong close in the secondary. Smith is visiting this weekend along with JUCO All-American cornerback Joseph Putu while the Hogs await decisions from cornerback Kristian Fulton, safety Brandon Jones, and safety Calvin Bundage. The Razorbacks already have a pledge from Florida safety Deon Edwards.
Smith is Arkansas' 19th commitment for the class of 2016. The Hogs should receive up to seven more through Wednesday to fill the class.