Can the Arkansas Razorbacks land a commitment from Rivals100 DE Kavion Henderson?

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Decision day is big for Rivals100 DE Kavion Henderson

After losing in-state running back pledge Braylen Russell earlier this month, the Razorbacks’ 2024 class is empty — but that could change Sunday afternoon.

Priority defensive end and Rivals100 prospect Kavion Henderson will announce his college decision at Leeds (Ala.) High School on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. CT.

Henderson, who will be deciding between Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia and Oklahoma, was long considered a skinny Razorback after a series of offseason visits.

A late offer from Příliv boosted them into his final five and — as recently as three weeks ago — into the driving seat of his recruitment.

“Alabama did a great job recruiting me,” Henderson said. “They’re number one right now. The relationship just keeps getting better and better. They want me and they keep telling me how much they want me. I’m glad they’re serious about hiring me. They’ve done a good job.”

We’ll have full coverage of the 6-foot-3, 238-pound DE’s Decision Day here on HawgBeat, but until then, you can check out our breakdown of Arkansas’ chances to land him here.

Alabama joins battle for in-state QB legacy

Arkansas’ road to landing Rivals250 in-state prospect Walker White as their Class of 2024 quarterback got a little rockier Wednesday when he added Alabama to his already impressive offer.

White, ranked No. 170 nationally in his class, has gotten his fair share of attention. Despite that, his longtime family ties to Arkansas led many to believe the Razorbacks were the team to beat in recruiting him.

It’s too early to tell how this latest offer from Nick Saban’s staff affects that belief, but it’s sure to be a tough battle for the 6-foot-3, 210-pound dual-threat commitment from Little Rock Christian.

To learn more about what this offer means for some of Arkansas’ other in-state destinations, check out our full story here.

Dylan Hasz records nation’s fastest speed

Although he has been overlooked by many Arkansas fans to this point in his senior season, Bixby (Okla.) ATH Dylan Hasz is poised to bring some serious speed to the Razorback secondary.

A two-star prospect, Hasz joined his brother Luke in committing to the Hogs in July. While his potential ceiling with the Razorbacks has been debated, there is no doubting this latest statistic from TITAN Sports, the world leader in sports tracking and data analytics.

Fortunately for Razorback fans, Dylan’s speed (and Luke’s pass-catching ability) will be available for everyone to watch on ESPN2 this Thursday, November 3rd at 7:00 PM ET. their regular season finale against Jenks (Okla.).

Excellent artists

Each week in the roundup, I like to highlight some of the future performances of the Razorbacks, and this Friday brought two clear candidates in Alex Sanford (LB) and Micah Tease (WR).

Sanford, a three-star linebacker from Oxford (Miss.), committed to the Hogs in June following his official visit. The announcement came with a lot of fanfare, and Sanford made sure to remind Razorback fans why Michael Scherer was so high on the fringe four-star.

On the offensive side of things, Tease stole the show for his Booker T. Washington (Okla.) Hornets en route to a 41-14 victory over Charles Page (Okla.).

He racked up 162 yards on just four catches, carrying every reception into the end zone and re-solidifying his status as a Rivals250 prospect and one of Arkansas’ top commits.

Could OL Commit Luke Brown Challenge Cam Little on Kicker?

Although Luke Brown is rated as a four-star offensive tackle and the cornerstone of the Razorback OL class, he may be a better fit on Scott Fountain’s special teams unit.

Brown made the extra point to cap the Henry County (Tenn.) Patriots’ 47-0 victory Friday night against Portland (Tenn.) and made sure his future coaches took note of his versatility with a tweet to Cody Kennedy and Sam. Pittman.

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