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Cant believe no one over here discussed the rb transfer we got. He doesnt play this year, and got suspended on his last team for violating team rules... which is great! Best news of all! We taking other peoples problem players like the other big dogs


On a serious note i didn't think his highschool film showed break away speed. Shifty elusive guy who has low top end speed is what I came away thinking.


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Back in HS, SMU was his first offer. So CCM has liked tbis kid from day one.


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What is the RB transfer's name?


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Trelon Smith


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thanks. I've been traveling and am currently out of the loop
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Arkansas is currently hosting a former Pac-12 running back, and it appears he's set on making it official with the Razorbacks.
Trelon Smith, who signed with Arizona State in the Class of 2017 but left the Sun Devils in October of 2018, is currently on an unofficial visit in Fayetteville and told HawgSports, "I will be a Razorback."
Sources tell HawgSports that Smith, a graduate of Cy Ridge in Houston (Texas), will enroll at the UA this summer and must sit out this season in accordance to the NCAA's transfer rules.

As a true freshman in 2017, Smith appeared in nine games and did most of his work on special teams, returning five kicks for a total of 90 yards. In 2018, the sophomore rushed four times for 56 yards and caught four passes for 22 yards.
Smith only played in four games last fall, so he could count that as a redshirt year if he so chooses. As a recruit, Smith was the No. 9 all-purpose back and the No. 79 overall prospect in the state of Texas. As a senior, he rushed for 2,270 yards and 29 touchdowns. He had 1,807 yards and 17 rushing touchdowns as a junior.


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Visited/visiting Bama and Miami recently too.


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he is also a former teammate of Eric Gregory and Nash


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From the lsurb

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Time for someone to start investigating Arkansas' Football program. Something stinks to high heaven and it's not one of those Arkansas roadside stands.



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Time for someone to start investigating Arkansas' Football program. Something stinks to high heaven and it's not one of those Arkansas roadside stands.


I've been following that thread. They (except for the rare couple that have some sense) have quickly started the 'making room for someone else' and 'ranking has dropped' plus 'their's plenty of receivers in LA.' and a couple 'not an area of need.'
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Rivals Camp Series New Orleans

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The Razorbacks had a pretty good day on Sunday, all things considered. First, three-star Arkansas commit Jamie Vance turned in a stellar performance, doing well enough to earn defensive back MVP honors over several other highly-ranked players. But even before the camp started the Razorbacks were on the lips of several top participants in the event, including the Rivals250 trio of offensive tackle Chris Morris and linebackers Bryson Eason and Martavius French. French and Eason were recently on campus in Fayetteville and continue to speak highly of the program, while Morris also Arkansas near the top of his list. After pulling players from Tennessee like Trey Knox, Shamar Nash and Eric Gregory in the 2019 class, it looks like the Hogs could be poised for another big year in the Volunteer State.


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OL MVP

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No offensive tackle could even come close to Morris on Sunday. The Rivals100 offensive lineman was consistently awesome all afternoon. He was one step ahead of the defensive ends in front of him, showing great anticipation and elite power to handle them. I’m not sure Morris missed a rep on the day, showing off great footwork and technique to keep the pocket clean, earn MVP honors and punch his ticket to the Five-Star Challenge. Alabama, Texas A&M, Arkansas and several others are in the mix for Morris.


LB MVP

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There was a strong group of linebackers Sunday, but McDonald really stood out in this setting. Some may be recruiting him as a bigger safety to play in the box, but he could definitely go play linebacker on the next level. What stood out as much as anything was how he played under control. He let the receivers or the running backs come to him without wasted steps and he was locking those guys up in coverage. He is very athletic, he flashed great speed and he is a versatile defender. Ole Miss, LSU and several others are in the mix for McDonald.


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There were a multitude of candidates worthy of MVP honors in the secondary, but Vance, an Arkansas verbal pledge, was the best of the group. Vance was able to shadow receivers and move well laterally all day long. He exhibited great anticipation on a couple of short routes and went step-for-step with receivers down the field on vertical balls.


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French is coming off a stellar junior season and he’s carried that momentum into the camp circuit, showing nice mobility for a players his size. Known for being a thumper and a tackling machine in games, French was terrific in the open-field tackling drill, as smaller quicker backs were unable to shake him in space.


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The Rivals100 linebacker suffered a variety of bumps and bruises that limited him during portions of his junior year but now he looks fully healthy and he showed it on Sunday. Despite being 250 pounds, Eason was able to cover smaller, quicker backs in space and he also acquitted himself during the open-field tackling portion of the event. South Carolina, Ole Miss, Arkansas and several others are in the mix for Eason.


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Vernon Broughton and Princely Umanmielen stick out in the DL group physically.


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North Shore RB John Gentry has shown some impressive cutback ability


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Gentry continues to impress. Best RB in the open field drill


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Shane Illingworth is here at QB


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2021 QB Dematrius Davis throwing a nice ball


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Jalynn Polk with a great catch on a deep post


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Jerrin Thomson with a PBU


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Polk with another nice catch


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Collin Sullivan has made a few nice downfield catches


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Ja’lynn Polk is having a great, great day


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Another 1handed catch by Ja’lynn Polk


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1. WR Ja'Lynn Polk, Lufkin (Texas)- No wide receiver took–and won–more reps than Polk. Checking in at 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, Polk had a breakout showing, flashing very good quickness off the ball and perhaps the event's best ball skills. Facing the camp's top defensive backs, the East Texas product showed a large catch radius and sticky hands, scoring deep touchdowns on the majority of his reps. His competitiveness and willingness to take on all comers also impressed. Polk also did well in the athletic testing portion, posting a 4.65 40-yard dash and excellent short shuttle (4.13 seconds) and vertical (35.4 inches) marks. Polk holds offers from Arkansas, Baylor and Houston among others with the Razorbacks holding all four picks in his Crystal Ball.


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2. RB John Gentry, Galena Park (Texas) North Shore- Gentry may play second fiddle to teammate and five-star running back Zachary Evans during the fall, but that wasn't the case on Sunday. The 5-foot-10, 186-pounder was the most impressive running back in open field drills, showing high level cutting and deceleration ability, freezing linebackers with juices and start-stop sequences. Gentry is a name to watch as an offseason riser among Texas running backs and backed up his on-field showing with a 4.56 second 40-yard dash, 4.13 second short shuttle and 38.5 inch vertical in athletic testing. Gentry currently holds offers from Arkansas, North Texas, UNLV and Utah State and should be in line for more Power 5 offers in due time.


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3. S Jerrin Thompson, Lufkin (Texas)- Like his teammate, Ja'Lynn Polk, no player in his position group too more reps than Thompson. The 6-foot-1, 183-pounder didn’t back from facing top wide receivers and acquitted himself well. The strong instincts and toughness Thompson showed during his junior season transferred over to Sunday’s camp setting. In the testing portion, Thompson ran a 4.67 40-yard dash, 4.40 second shuttle and 32.7 inch vertical. LSU is the lone pick in Thompson's Crystal Ball.


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After Milroe, our second quarterback would be fellow 2021 passer Dematrius Davis. The Galena Park (Texas) North Shore standout and reigning MaxPreps sophomore of the year was very consistent on the day, throwing a clean ball and linking up with teammate Shadrach Banks on several occasions. From the 2020 group, Norco (Calif.) four-star Shane Illingworth and Weatherford (Texas) passer Ken Seals stood out in terms of delivery, zip and downfield arm strength.


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The trend of our targets and offers doing well in the Opening and Rivals camp setting continues.

Really impressed how so many of our offers have had huge ratings jumps and how we offered first.


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gives a bright outlook for our future recruiting


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WR Ze’Vian Capers

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Just about a week before committing to Arkansas, Capers was strongly considering a commitment to South Carolina. Razorbacks wide receivers coach Justin Stepp has done an excellent recruiting Capers, and that is what it came down to. Stepp was in Georgia as much as he could be in January and the Razorbacks' consistency pushed them to the top. Capers is a big wide receiver with the frame to add good weight. Some think he stays at receiver while others feel he could grow into a hybrid and flex out as a tight end down the road and create mismatches. He runs good routes, he has consistent hands and he is still growing.


DE Jashaud Stewart

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Coming off one of the best recruiting classes in school history, Arkansas is looking to put together another top class as Chad Morris and his staff work to rebuild the program. One of the in-state prospects that was made a priority in the early going, Jashaud Stewart made his commitment official during a visit to campus over the weekend. A versatile defensive end/outside linebacker hybrid player, Stewart’s versatility is a big reason why he was targeted by the Razorbacks staff. Considering there aren’t many Power Five level plays in the state, landing Stewart was key and now he can help serve as a recruiter alongside the school’s coaches the rest of the way.


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