Arkansas Basketball Recruiting recap thread. What went down May 10 through May 16.
Arkansas contacted East Tennessee St. transfer Bo Hodges. Hodges is the 59th transfer that the staff has contacted. The guard averaged 12.7 points and 5.8 rebounds last season.
Arkansas made the top 10 list of 2021 small forward Harrison Ingram. The list included: Baylor, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan, North Carolina, Purdue, Stanford, Tennessee, & Texas A&M. Ingram is a composite 5-Star ranked #17.
Arkansas offered 2022 guard Jayden Epps. Epps has offers from Texas A&M, Florida, Providence, Virginia Tech, and others.
Arkansas offered 2022 small forward Brandon Miller. Miller is a composite 5-Star ranked #11.
Arkansas offered high school teammates 2022 forward Ruot Bijiek and 2023 forward Omaha Biliew.
Arkansas contacted Georgetown transfer guard Mac McClung. McClung averaged 15.7 points per game last year. He is a sit 1, play 2 unless he receives a waiver.
Arkansas contacted Stony Brook transfer guard Elijah Olaniyi. Olaniyi is a sit 1, play 1. He averaged 18 points and 6.5 rebounds per game last year.
Arkansas initially made the top 4 for Evansville transfer DeAndre Williams. Arkansas backed off of Williams about a week ago and he committed to Memphis.
The Hogs made the top 3 for sit-out USC transfer Elijah Weaver. Weaver is a former ESPN top 100 recruit.
On Saturday afternoon, the staff offered 4-star point guard, Arterio Morris of Dallas, Texas. The 6’4 guard has offers from Houston, Kansas, Oregon, TCU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
The Razorbacks made the top-10 for Kendall Brown. The 6’7 forward also listed Kansas, Baylor, Minnesota, Ohio State, Illinois, Maryland, Marquette and Virginia. He ranks 14th in the nation.
KJ Adams received a Hog offed this weekend. The 6’7 forward has offers
Baylor, LSU, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oklahoma and others. He is 62nd overall player in the country.
2022 five star, Mark Mitchell received an Arkansas offer on Tuesday. He has received an offer from Kansas but also has interest from North Carolina and Kansas State. He is 28th overall in his class.