Arkansas will be hosting a very talented group of 2022 prospects this weekend, June 27th-29th.
At the top of the list is high four-star athlete, Gentry Williams out of Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, OK.
Williams lead Razorback recruiter is defensive backs coach, Sam Carter. With Covid-19 making recruiting like fighting with both arms tied behind your back. Carter was able to seek out talent the old school way, tape only.
In the 2022 class so far, Carter has gained a commitment from four-star safety, Myles Rowser from Michigan. He also signed Keuan Parker from the high school as Williams (Booker T Washington) so there is an obvious pipeline there if he wants to stay close to home and play against the best in the country in the SEC.
Oklahoma and USC currently lead for him but as the saying goes “if you can get him to Fayetteville you have a chance.” Don’t count out the Hogs just yet.
Wednesday night, Nico Davillier, announced on Twitter last night that he would be in Fayetteville for an official visit this weekend. The high three/four star defensive tackle will also be announcing his college decision this Sunday.
Official visit to Arkansas this weekend!!!— nicholas davillier (@DavillierNico) June 23, 2021
Usually, being the final official visit before a commitment is a good thing. We shall see if he has a good time in Fayetteville this weekend and commit to the Razorbacks.
It doesn’t hurt that his fellow teammate and current Razorback offensive line commit, Andrew Chamblee, will be taking a visit to Arkansas this weekend. Chamblee was suppose to visit Michigan State this weekend before cancelling and schedule a trip to Fayetteville.
Current Razorback commits:
OL Andrew Chamblee-Maumelle, AR
DE JJ Hollingsworth-Greenland, AR
LB Kaden Henley-Springdale, AR
TE Dax Courtney-Clarendon, AR
ATH Gentry Williams-Tulsa, OK
DT Nico Davillier-Maumelle, AR
OL Elijah Pritchett-Columbus, GA
The Georgia connection for Sam Pittman helps bring this big time four-star lineman to Fayetteville. Losing key recruiter, Brad Davis, likely hurts but Pittman’s track record should help give Arkansas a chance. Alabama currently leads for Pritchett.