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High-scoring Texan says Hogs will get official visit

Keonte Kennedy, one of the nation's better scoring guards, plans to officially visit Arkansas during the Sept. 8-10 weekend.

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Broyles-like charm gives Bielema recruiting edge

Bret Bielema's ability to relate to people has helped him become Arkansas' best recruiting coach since Frank Broyles.

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Georgia DE: UA will be final stop

The Arkansas Razorbacks will receive defensive end Nick Fulwider's final official visit.

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Guard, 6-7, not afraid to switch spots

Arkansas Razorbacks men's basketball Coach Mike Anderson and his staff will host versatile guard Jordan Phillips for an official visit during the Sept. 15-17 weekend.

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Running back's dad treats son’s growth as business

When Chase Hayden was a young man, he wanted to grow up to be like an Arkansas Razorback.

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All grown up, Isaiah Joe leaves Hawks' nest

Long before Isaiah Joe committed to play basketball for Arkansas, his father, Derrick, noticed his son had a gift for shooting the ball.

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Hogs recruit sees light, starts to shine

Coaches often talk about the light coming on for a player when the athlete starts flourishing after not fully reaching their potential.

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Razorbacks pick up 4th Texan for 2018

Athlete Maureese Wren visited the Arkansas Razorbacks on July 27, and it didn't take long for him to know he wanted to be a Razorback.

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Football not DB’s only stage

American Heritage School in Delray Beach, Fla., is an expensive private school, but Jarques McClellion was determined to find a way to pay the tuition.

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Next flock of talented Hawks drawing attention

Three members of the Arkansas Hawks are expected to sign with the Razorbacks in November, and a fourth is planning to enroll a year later.

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