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This Week In Razorback Recruiting

Alright, it is time for a recap of Arkansas Basketball Recruiting. What went down May 17 through May 23. It has been a busy week!

I missed this one last week. Arkansas offered 2022 forward Mark Mitchell from Mission, KS. He is a composite 5-Star ranked #19.

Arkansas offered 2022 guard Arterio Morris from Dallas, TX. Morris is a composite 4-Star and ranked #26.

2021 5-Star forward Kendall Brown released his top 10 that included: Arkansas, Arizona, Baylor, Illinois, Kansas, Marquette, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio St., and Virginia.

Arkansas offered 2021 4-Star K.J. Adams from Austin, TX. The staff has been in contact with Adams for several months. He is a composite 4-Star ranked #62. Just a few days after Arkansas offered him, Adams released his Top 10 list. The list included: Arkansas, Baylor, Georgetown, Iona, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech, and UCF.

East Tennessee St. transfer Bo Hodges released his Top 5. His list included: Arkansas, Butler, Minnesota, Tennessee St., and a return to East Tennessee St. Steve Forbes recently left ETSU so Hodges would be a good candidate to receive a waiver and be eligible this year.

Georgetown transfer Mac McClung released his top 7 school. His list included: Arkansas, Auburn, BYU, Memphis, Texas Tech, USC, and Wake Forest.

2021 4-star #25 Langston Love released his top 11 that included: Arkansas, Baylor, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma St., Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, and Villanova.

Arkansas offered 2021 small forward Alex Fudge from Jacksonville, FL. He is a composite 4-Star and ranked #71.

Arkansas offered 2021 point guard Carter Whitt from Raleigh, NC. He is a composite 4-Star and ranked #73.

Finally, Arkansas offered 2021 small forward Jordan Walsh from Dallas, TX. He is a composite 4-Star and ranked #65.

Ben Brandon (@HawgHoops) shares daily Razorback Basketball information daily on his twitter page. You can also catch up with him here each Friday as he recaps Arkansas’ basketball history in the SEC