Arkansas’ coaches are prepping for Colorado State, but they still grabbed another commit for the 2019 class. Brady Latham, an offensive lineman from Jenks, OK, committed to the Hogs. He is the 19th commit in the 2019 class.
I want to thank God, my family, the Jenks coaches, and the coaches at the University of Arkansas for giving me the opportunity to continue my football and academic career. After a lot of thought, I’m excited to Commit to the University of Arkansas!! #WPS pic.twitter.com/XEWG7Galp4— Brady Latham (@BradyLatham62) September 5, 2018
There are usually fewer commits in the middle of the season. Coaches are focusing on their game planning and athletes are focusing on their high school seasons as well. But Latham took to twitter to announce his decision now.
The three star doesn’t have an offer list that jumps out at you, but was recently getting interest from Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Texas Tech. 247Sports ranks Latham as the 14th best player in the state of Oklahoma.
The 6’5”, 287 lb. offensive guard is the third offensive line commit for Arkansas. He joins Beaux Limmer and Joseph Stone, who all project to be developmental prospects down the road. After watching the season opener, strengthening the offensive line is a big priority for Chad Morris and that includes looking at a couple of JUCO options that could be coming soon.