Visits to college campuses will resume when a recruiting dead end ends March 1, and Arkansas is expected to see some top talent visit in the coming months.
• J’Marion Burnette, ESPN’s 4-star, 6-1, 220-pound running back from Andalusia, Alabama, said he is looking to visit Fayetteville in March. An official visit to Arkansas is likely in June.
ESPN ranks him as the No. 8 running back and the No. 123 overall recruit in the nation for the class of 2024. He rushed 187 times for 1,473 yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior.
• ESPN 5-star safety KJ Bolden, 6-0 and 185, of Buford, Georgia, said he plans to visit Arkansas on March 4.
It has offers from Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Florida, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas, and more. ESPN considers him the #1 prospect. 1 for safety and perspective n. 3 overall in the nation for the class of 2024 and prospect No.
• Sophomore wide receiver Corey Simms Jr. received an offer from Arkansas while visiting on Jan. 28 and said he plans to return for a spring or summer visit.
Simms, 6-3, 180, of Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis, had received offers from Missouri and Marshall before adding one from the Razorbacks. His father played basketball at Nebraska in the early 2000s.
• After receiving an offer from offensive coordinator Dan Enos Wednesday, junior quarterback KJ Jackson, 6-3 and 210, of Montgomery, Ala. St. James plans to visit a second time on March 11. Lui attended the Razorbacks prospective field game on June 11, 2022.
Jackson also has offers from Penn State, Missouri, Kansas, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Louisville and other schools. He is rated as a 4-star prospect by two recruitment services.
He connected on 132 of 205 passes for 2,813 yards and 42 touchdowns, and was intercepted 7 times as a junior. He rushed for 171 yards and 6 touchdowns on 77 carries.
Jackson completed 87 of 131 passes for 1,992 yards and 28 touchdowns against 3 interceptions as a sophomore, and rushed 65 times for 139 yards and 7 touchdowns.
• Defender Tony-Louis Nkuba received an offer from Arkansas on Monday and is already scheduled to visit Fayetteville on 11 March.
Nkuba, 6-2, 170, of Lewisville, Texas, had received offers from Texas Tech, Arizona State, SMU, Oregon State, Houston and others prior to Arkansas.
He reports being picked on 35 times last year and throwing 7 interceptions, including a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. He also had 21 tackles, 7 pass breakups and 1 forced fumble.
• Courtney Crutchfield plans to visit Oklahoma on March 4th.
He received an offer from Arkansas during a visit to Fayetteville on January 21.
Crutchfield, 6-2 and 175, has seen his offer list explode with offers from Ole Miss, LSU, Texas A&M, Tennessee and South Carolina in February to go along with others from Missouri, Vanderbilt, Iowa State, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Memphis.
• Sophomore Lance Jackson, 6-5, 250, of Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana, Texas, plans to visit Arkansas on March 11.
Jackson, the younger brother of Arkansas defensive end Landon Jackson, visited Fayetteville numerous times. He has offers from Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Oklahoma, UNLV and others. Last year he recorded 63 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 12 sacks and 2 pass breakups.
• Security class 2024 Tyler Singleton said he will visit Arkansas on April 8.
Singleton, 6-2, 190, of Many, La., has offers from the Razorbacks, LSU, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Michigan, Tennessee, Notre Dame, Southern Cal, and other schools.
ESPN rates him a 4-star recruit, #1 safety. 4 and the overall perspective n. 54 in the nation in the Class of 2024. He is rated as the No. 1 junior recruit. 2 in Louisiana.
• Defensive lineman Dion Stutts, 6-3, 270, of Memphis University School, visited Arkansas on January 28 and plans to return on March 14.
It has scholarship offers from Arkansas, Louisville, Texas A&M, Missouri, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Indiana, Ole Miss, UNLV, and more. Also an outstanding wrestler, Stutts is rated a 4-star recruit by CBS Sports Network’s National Recruiting Analyst Tom Lemming.
He and his father visited Arkansas in January and his mother will be accompanying them on their next trip.
• Greenwood offensive lineman Class of 2026 Cody Taylor, 6-3 and 280, said he will likely play the spring game at Arkansas on April 15. He visited on January 21st.
He’s also looking to visit other schools in the spring. She has offers from Kentucky, Ole Miss, Memphis and the state of New Mexico. Taylor reports that he had varsity-level 36 pancakes last year while playing 711 snaps.
• Ocean Springs (Miss.) St Martin athlete Noreel White, 6-1 and 170, plans to make his second trip to Fayetteville on March 7th. She visited on Jan. 28 after receiving an offer from co-advocacy coordinator Marcus Woodson on Jan. 13.
On3.com rates him a 4-star recruit, the No. 1 wide receiver. 29 and the overall perspective n. 222 in the nation for the Class of 2024. He narrowed down his list to Arkansas, Ole Miss, Florida State, LSU and Mississippi State on Feb. 9.
• Cornerback Class of 2024 Chris Johnson Jr. said he plans to visit Arkansas on April 8. He received an offer from Woodson and assistant coach Deron Wilson on Tuesday.
Johnson, 6-1, 170, of Aledo, Texas, also has offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Utah State, Texas State and others.
His teammate and Class of 2026 running back Raycine Guillory Jr. received his first SEC offer from Arkansas when he visited on Jan. 28.
• Junior defender Marcus Dawson Jr. plans to visit Arkansas on March 4.
Dawson, age 6-1 and 180, of Baton Rouge (La.) Lab University has offers from Louisiana-Monroe and Grambling State. On3.com rates him a 3-star recruit.
• Junior cornerback Braylon Conley, 6-0 and 170, of Humble, Texas Atascocita visited Arkansas Jan. 28 and plans to return to Fayetteville for a two-day visit March 13-14.
It has approximately 30 scholarship offers from Arkansas, Texas, Southern Cal, TCU, Louisville, Wisconsin, Oregon, Auburn, Arizona State, Colorado, Washington, and more.
National Recruiting Analyst Tom Lemming of CBS Sports Network rates Conley a 4-star prospect.
• ESPN 4-star safety Ka’Davion Dotson plans to make his fourth trip to Fayetteville on March 4.
Dotson, ages 5-11, 185, of Duncanville, Texas, has more than 20 scholarship offers from Arkansas, Texas, Southern Cal, Missouri, Arizona State, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Kansas State, and other schools.
His cousin, Peso Dotson, is a junior at Arkansas and his former teammate is second linebacker Jordan Crook.
ESPN rates it the #1 safety. 20 and overall recruit No. 279 in the class of 2024.
• Bentonville junior wide receiver CJ Brown plans to visit Arkansas on March 4. He also plans to visit Kansas State on March 7 and TCU on March 27 before traveling to Oregon in April.
Brown, 6-1, 180 pounds, holds offers from Arkansas, Kansas State, Louisville, Colorado State, Arkansas State and Purdue. He received his offer from the Hogs on January 21.
He had 75 catches for 1,284 yards and 16 touchdowns last season, earning him first-team 7A-West All-State honors. Brown had 31 receptions for 436 yards and 5 touchdowns as a sophomore.