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UPDATE / EDIT (1:20 p.m. CT, Saturday, June 6, 2020) ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- The end of May and beginning of June saw the Arkansas Razorbacks host a few more virtual meetings with one new offer going out.

Here's the latest ...

* 2021 Chance Moore (6-5 guard, McEachern High School in Georgia, composite national No. 75 / 4-star prospect) confirmed on Friday, May 29, that he picked up a scholarship offer from Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman the same day ... "Yes he did, earlier this evening," said Moore, who along with his Dad had a virtual tour with Arkansas' coaching staff a week earlier.

* 2021 Arkansas offer Johnathan Lawson (6-6 guard, Memphis Wooddale, 2020 Gatorade Tennessee Player of the Year, ESPN national No. 52 / 4-star prospect) had another virtual meeting with Arkansas coaches on Tuesday, June 2 ... Lawson picked up his Hog offer and had a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches in May.

* 2021 Shane Dezonie (6-4 wing, Huntington Prep in West Virginia, composite national No. 92 / 4-star prospect) had a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches on Wednesday, May 27.

* 2021 Ed'Xavior Rhodes (6-8 forward, Dallas Skyline) completed a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches on Wednesday, May 27.

* 2021 Duncan Powell (6-7 forward, DeSoto, TX, ESPN 4-star prospect) had a virtual meeting with Arkansas coaches on Thursday, June 4. Powell was previously committed to Arkansas but reopened his recruitment.

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UPDATE / EDIT (Wednesday, May 27, 2020 ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas has offered a scholarship to 2021 big man Will Tschetter (6-8, 225, power forward, Stewartville, Minn.), a three-sport athlete who led Minnesota high school basketball players in scoring as a junior at 33.6 points per game to go with 10 rebounds per outing.

Tschetter recently had multiple virtual tours / meetings with Razorbacks head coach Eric Musselman.

"It was very nice of them to take time to show me around their facilities," Tschetter said in late April following one of his virtual tours with the Hogs. "It was impressive and Coach Musselman and (assistant coach Clay) Moser have been great ... have good conversations with both."

Tschetter -- he also plays football and runs track but will focus on basketball in college -- has an offer list that includes Richmond, Loyola-Chicago, Northern Iowa, Colorado State, Wyoming, James Madison, Toledo, South Dakota, William and Mary, North Dakota State, and Augustana.

He's also getting interest from Minnesota, Michigan, Virginia Tech, and Oregon State among others.

Tschetter has said he's not sure when he'll make a commitment decision or sign a letter of intent.


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UPDATE / EDIT (2 p.m. CT, Saturday, May 23, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- It was another busy week for Arkansas's coaching staff as at least three new offers went out and several more virtual tours were completed, plus the Hoop Hogs found their way onto two more Top 10 lists.

* 2021 Carter Whitt (6-3 point guard, Leesville Road High School in Raleigh, N.C., composite national No. 73 / 4-star prospect) and his father had a virtual meeting with Arkansas's entire coaching staff on Friday, at which time Whitt was offered a scholarship by the Hogs ... former Hog guard and spring/summer grassroots hoops coach Stefan Welsh loves Whitt's game: "He played for me two years ago when I was with Boo Williams on the EYBL circuit," Welsh said. "He was a freshman playing up on 17U. Really savvy point guard that just make plays, can score it at all 3 levels. He is, in my opinion, a 5-star point guard in the 2021 class. Great teammate, tireless worker, and heís a winner" ... Whitt reportedly also holds offers from Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina State, Clemson, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, Iowa State, and Wake Forest among others.


* 2022 Jordan Walsh (6-6 small forward, Waxahachie Faith Family Academy in DeSoto, TX, composite national No. 65 / 4-star prospect) picked up an Arkansas offer ... "I found out (about the offer) Tuesday," Walsh said, adding this about his interest level in Arkansas, "Pretty high, itís a good school" ... Walsh reportedly also holds offers from Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.


* 2021 Chance Moore (6-5 shooting guard, McEachern High School, Powder Springs, GA, composite national No. 68 / 4-star prospect) and his family had a virtual meeting with Arkansas's entire coaching staff on Friday ... "It went well," Moore said. "We just went over mainly academics and how a normal day would go for a player on the team and also what it is like to get work done while on the road when playing away" ... Moore reportedly holds offers from LSU, Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and Georgia Tech among others.


* 2021 Alex Fudge (6-8 small forward / wing, Jacksonville, FL native, composite national No. 76 / 4-star prospect) did a virtual tour with Arkansas on Tuesday and reported an offer from the Hogs on Thursday ... Fudge reportedly also holds offers from Texas, Southern Cal, LSU, Arizona State, Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, TCU, and Iowa State among others.


* 2021 KJ Adams (6-7 forward, Westlake High School in Austin, TX, composite national No. 62 / 4-star prospect) named Arkansas among his Top 10 schools on Tuesday, a list that includes Baylor, Georgetown, Iona, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech, and Central Florida.



* 2021 Langston Love (6-4 shooting guard, Montverde Academy in Florida, native of Houston, composite national No. 25 / 4-star prospect) named Arkansas among his Top 11 schools on Wednesday, a list that includes Baylor, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, and Villanova.



* Arkansas made the Top 10 for highly regarded 2021 Trey Patterson (6-8 small forward, Rutgers Preparatory School in New Jersey, ESPN national No. 31 / 4-star prospect), who on Saturday via Twitter released his list that includes Auburn, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Memphis, Rutgers, Tennessee, UConn and Villanova.



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UPDATE / EDIT (5:14 p.m. CT, Saturday, May 16, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- For the second time in just over a week, the Arkansas Razorbacks have made the Top 10 for a class of 2021 5-star prospect as Kendall Brown of Sunrise Christian Academy (KS) trimmed his list on Saturday.

Brown (6-7 combo forward, composite national No. 16 / 5-star prospect) released his Top 10 via Twitter, a list that includes the Hogs, Kansas, Baylor, Arizona, Virginia, Marquette, Mayland, Minnesota, Ohio State, and Illinois.

Brown recently had two virtual tours with Head Hog Eric Musselman.

"Went good, showed me around," Brown said of his virtual-tour experience with Arkansas. "Got a good look at what they had."

Brown also respects what Musselman brings to the table from the.professional ranks.

"Great coach, lots of NBA experience," Brown said.

Arkansas also made the Top 10 for 5-star point-forward Harrison Ingram (6-7, Dallas St. Mark's), who released his list on Friday, May 11 (for more on that, click the link to Hogville.net story ... https://forums.hogville.net/index.php?topic=714101.0)

* A source confirmed Thursday that Arkansas had offered a scholarship to 2022 5-star prospect Mark Mitchell (6-7 forward, Bishop Miege in Kansas, composite national No. 19).

* A source confirmed Friday that Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman and assistant coach Clay Moser hosted 2021 4-star prospect Alden Applewhite (6-6 wing, Memphis Houston) ... Hogs associate head coach Chris Crutchfield checked in on Applewhite in Memphis back in October ... "It was great," Applewhite said of his virtual tour with Musselman. "Coach Musselman talked about his staff and his ability to prepare his players for the next level and the relationships he builds with his players. He also talking about their playing style and how he sees me fitting in."

* A source confirmed Saturday that Arkansas has offered a scholarship to 2022 Arterio Morris (6-3 point guard, Dallas Kimball, composite national No. 26 / 4-star prospect).



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UPDATE / EDIT (4:20 p.m. CT, Wednesday, May 13, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Sources confirmed on Wednesday that Arkansas offered a scholarship to 2023 Hillcrest Prep small forward Omaha Biliew, who is widely considered the top prospect in his class.

Biliew (6-7 with 7-0 wingspan, small forward) also reportedly holds offers from Georgia, Iowa, and Illinois among others. He was named MVP of the Pangos Midwest Camp last year.

Biliew joins point guard Mikey Williams of San Diego and combo guard Bryson Warren of North Little Rock to form the first trio of 2023 prospects to earn offers from Arkansas.

Biliew's cousin and teammate at Hillcrest Prep, 2022 Ruot Bijiek (6-8 forward), reported an Arkansas offer via Twitter on Wednesday.

Razorbacks head coach Eric Musselman extended two offers to high school recruits on Tuesday -- 2022 prospects Jayden Epps and Brandon Miller.

Epps (6-1 point guard, King's Fork in Suffolk, Virginia) is a member of Team Loaded Virginia on the Adidas circuit, a program that former Arkanasas Razorback guard Stef Welsh serves in a basketball operations role.

"Heís the total package when you're talking about elite point guard play," Welsh said of Epps. "Heís fast, crafty, shifty, has the ball on a string. Very crafty finisher at rim, nice pull and floater game, can shoot the 3 out to 30 feet, has elite court vision, understands when to pick his spots, really good defender, extremely coachable and a born leader.

"I would describe him as a program-changer. Man heís so good."

Epps reportedly also holds offers from Florida and Ole Miss among others.

Miller (6-6 small forward, Cane Ridge in Tennessee, composite national No. 11 / a 5-star prospect) plays with Brad Beal Elite on the Nike E16 circuit, the same program on which 2022 Arkansas offer Nick Smith, Jr. (6-3 combo guard, Sylvan Hills, composite national No. 45 / 4-star prospect) plays.

"Brandon is a good person to be around, comes from a good family," Smith said. "A lot of people love his game and I can't wait to compete with him in practice! He can shoot the mid-range very well and he's very athletic."

Miller reportedly also holds offers from Lousiville, Tennessee, and Ole Miss among others.

Linked here is a highlight reel of new 2023 Hog offer Omaha Biliew ...


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From Tuesday, May 12, 2020 ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- A source confirmed Tuesday that Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman has extended two scholarship offers to class of 2022 prospects in 5-star Brandon Miller and point guard Jayden Epps.

Miller (6-6 small forward, Cane Ridge in Tennessee, composite national No. 11 / a 4-star prospect) plays with Brad Beal Elite on the Nike E16 circuit, the same program on which 2022 Arkansas offer Nick Smith, Jr. (6-3 combo guard, Sylvan Hills, composite national No. 45 / 4-star prospect) plays.

"Brandon is a good person to be around, comes from a good family," Smith said. "A lot of people love his game and I can't wait to compete with him in practice! He can shoot the mid-range very well and he's very athletic."

Epps (6-1 point guard, King's Fork, Suffolk, Virginia) is a member of Team Loaded Virginia on the Adidas circuit, a program that former Arkanasas Razorback guard Stef Welsh is heavily involved with.

"Iíve been close to him and his family since he was in elementary school," Welsh said.

Arkansas has offered at least 11 prospects in the 2022 class: Miller, Epps, Smith, Ramel Lloyd, Chance Westry, Prince Aligbe, Kyran Ratliff, Joseph Pinion, Kel'el Ware, Derrian Ford, and Javion Guy-King.



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This staff works its butt off in all phases!
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You canít get them if you donít offer. In the past it seemed we didnít offer big fish from out of state too much.

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You canít get them if you donít offer. In the past it seemed we didnít offer big fish from out of state too much.

Indeed. Much, much smaller net being cast previously on top of a tendency to target lesser quality players (lot of 3-stars and such). This staff is 5-stars, high 4-stars, regular 4-stars....then transfers in the spring. The way it should be.

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Just added to the OP ...

UPDATE / EDIT (4:20 p.m. CT. Wednesday, May 13, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Sources confirmed on Wednesday that Arkansas offered a scholarship to 2023 Hillcrest Prep small forward Omaha Biliew, who is widely considered the top prospect in his class.

Biliew (6-7 with 7-0 wingspan, small forward) also reportedly holds offers from Georgia, Iowa, and Illinois among others. He was named MVP of the Pangos Midwest Camp last year.

Biliew joins point guard Mikey Williams of San Diego and combo guard Bryson Warren of North Little Rock to form the first trio of 2023 prospects to earn offers from Arkansas.

Biliew's cousin and teammate at Hillcrest Prep, 2022 Ruot Bijiek (6-8 forward), reported an Arkansas offer via Twitter on Wednesday.

Razorbacks head coach Eric Musselman extended two offers to high school recruits on Tuesday -- 2022 prospects Jayden Epps and Brandon Miller.

Epps (6-1 point guard, King's Fork in Suffolk, Virginia) is a member of Team Loaded Virginia on the Adidas circuit, a program that former Arkanasas Razorback guard Stef Welsh serves in a basketball operations role.

"Heís the total package when you're talking about elite point guard play," Welsh said of Epps. "Heís fast, crafty, shifty, has the ball on a string. Very crafty finisher at rim, nice pull and floater game, can shoot the 3 out to 30 feet, has elite court vision, understands when to pick his spots, really good defender, extremely coachable and a born leader.

"I would describe him as a program-changer. Man heís so good."

Epps reportedly also holds offers from Florida and Ole Miss among others.

Miller (6-6 small forward, Cane Ridge in Tennessee, composite national No. 11 / a 5-star prospect) plays with Brad Beal Elite on the Nike E16 circuit, the same program on which 2022 Arkansas offer Nick Smith, Jr. (6-3 combo guard, Sylvan Hills, composite national No. 45 / 4-star prospect) plays.

"Brandon is a good person to be around, comes from a good family," Smith said. "A lot of people love his game and I can't wait to compete with him in practice! He can shoot the mid-range very well and he's very athletic."

Miller reportedly also holds offers from Lousiville, Tennessee, and Ole Miss among others.

Linked here is a highlight reel of new 2023 Hog offer Omaha Biliew ...

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Just added to OP ...

UPDATE / EDIT (5:14 p.m. CT, Saturday, May 16, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- For the second time in just over a week, the Arkansas Razorbacks have made the Top 10 for a class of 2021 5-star prospect as Kendall Brown of Sunrise Christian Academy (KS) trimmed his list on Saturday.

Brown (6-7 combo forward, composite national No. 16 / 5-star prospect) released his Top 10 via Twitter, a list that includes the Hogs, Kansas, Baylor, Arizona, Virginia, Marquette, Mayland, Minnesota, Ohio State, and Illinois.

Brown recently had two virtual tours with Head Hog Eric Musselman.

"Went good, showed me around," Brown said of his virtual-tour experience with Arkansas. "Got a good look at what they had."

Brown also respects what Musselman brings to the table from the.professional ranks.

"Great coach, lots of NBA experience," Brown said.

Arkansas also made the Top 10 for 5-star point-forward Harrison Ingram (6-7, Dallas St. Mark's), who released his list on Friday, May 11 (for more on that, click the link to Hogville.net story ... https://forums.hogville.net/index.php?topic=714101.0)

* A source confirmed Thursday that Arkansas had offered a scholarship to 2022 5-star prospect Mark Mitchell (6-7 forward, Bishop Miege in Kansas, composite national No. 19).

* A source confirmed Friday that Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman and assistant coach Clay Moser hosted 2021 4-star prospect Alden Applewhite (6-6 wing, Memphis Houston) ... Hogs associate head coach Chris Crutchfield checked in on Applewhite in Memphis back in October ... "It was great," Applewhite said of his virtual tour with Musselman. "Coach Musselman talked about his staff and his ability to prepare his players for the next level and the relationships he builds with his players. He also talking about their playing style and how he sees me fitting in."

* A source confirmed Saturday that Arkansas has offered a scholarship to 2022 Arterio Morris (6-3 point guard, Dallas Kimball, composite national No. 26 / 4-star prospect).


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Just added to the OP ...

UPDATE / EDIT (2 p.m. CT, Saturday, May 23, 2020) ...
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- It was another busy week for Arkansas's coaching staff as at least three new offers went out and several more virtual tours were completed, plus the Hoop Hogs found their way onto two more Top 10 lists.

* 2021 Carter Whitt (6-3 point guard, Leesville Road High School in Raleigh, N.C., composite national No. 73 / 4-star prospect) and his father had a virtual meeting with Arkansas's entire coaching staff on Friday, at which time Whitt was offered a scholarship by the Hogs ... former Hog guard and spring/summer grassroots hoops coach Stefan Welsh loves Whitt's game: "He played for me two years ago when I was with Boo Williams on the EYBL circuit," Welsh said. "He was a freshman playing up on 17U. Really savvy point guard that just make plays, can score it at all 3 levels. He is, in my opinion, a 5-star point guard in the 2021 class. Great teammate, tireless worker, and heís a winner" ... Whitt reportedly also holds offers from Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina State, Clemson, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, Iowa State, and Wake Forest among others.


* 2022 Jordan Walsh (6-6 small forward, Waxahachie Faith Family Academy in DeSoto, TX, composite national No. 65 / 4-star prospect) picked up an Arkansas offer ... "I found out (about the offer) Tuesday," Walsh said, adding this about his interest level in Arkansas, "Pretty high, itís a good school" ... Walsh reportedly also holds offers from Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.


* 2021 Chance Moore (6-5 shooting guard, McEachern High School, Powder Springs, GA, composite national No. 68 / 4-star prospect) and his family had a virtual meeting with Arkansas's entire coaching staff on Friday ... "It went well," Moore said. "We just went over mainly academics and how a normal day would go for a player on the team and also what it is like to get work done while on the road when playing away" ... Moore reportedly holds offers from LSU, Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and Georgia Tech among others.


* 2021 Alex Fudge (6-8 small forward / wing, Jacksonville, FL native, composite national No. 76 / 4-star prospect) did a virtual tour with Arkansas on Tuesday and reported an offer from the Hogs on Thursday ... Fudge reportedly also holds offers from Texas, Southern Cal, LSU, Arizona State, Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, TCU, and Iowa State among others.


* 2021 KJ Adams (6-7 forward, Westlake High School in Austin, TX, composite national No. 62 / 4-star prospect) named Arkansas among his Top 10 schools on Tuesday, a list that includes Baylor, Georgetown, Iona, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech, and Central Florida.



* 2021 Langston Love (6-4 shooting guard, Montverde Academy in Florida, native of Houston, composite national No. 25 / 4-star prospect) named Arkansas among his Top 11 schools on Wednesday, a list that includes Baylor, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, and Villanova.

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* Arkansas made the Top 10 for highly regarded 2021 Trey Patterson (6-8 small forward, Rutgers Preparatory School in New Jersey, ESPN national No. 31 / 4-star prospect), who on Saturday via Twitter released his list that includes Auburn, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Memphis, Rutgers, Tennessee, UConn and Villanova.

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Kid doesn't look too serious about Texas.



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Kid doesn't look too serious about Texas.




He's actually signaling he's a silent Hog commit!

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UPDATE / EDIT (Wednesday, May 27, 2020 ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas has offered a scholarship to 2021 big man Will Tschetter (6-8, 225, power forward, Stewartville, Minn.), a three-sport athlete who led Minnesota high school basketball players in scoring as a junior at 33.6 points per game to go with 10 rebounds per outing.

Tschetter recently had multiple virtual tours / meetings with Razorbacks head coach Eric Musselman.

"It was very nice of them to take time to show me around their facilities," Tschetter said in late April following one of his virtual tours with the Hogs. "It was impressive and Coach Musselman and (assistant coach Clay) Moser have been great ... have good conversations with both."

Tschetter -- he also plays football and runs track but will focus on basketball in college -- has an offer list that includes Richmond, Loyola-Chicago, Northern Iowa, Colorado State, Wyoming, James Madison, Toledo, South Dakota, William and Mary, North Dakota State, and Augustana.

He's also getting interest from Minnesota, Michigan, Virginia Tech, and Oregon State among others.

Tschetter has said he's not sure when he'll make a commitment decision or sign a letter of intent.

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The Carter Whitt kid is damn fun to watch. Reminds me of Pistol Pete while playing against those high school kids. Love the floater.
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Just added to the OP ...

UPDATE / EDIT (1:20 p.m. CT, Saturday, June 6, 2020) ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- The end of May and beginning of June saw the Arkansas Razorbacks host a few more virtual meetings with one new offer going out.

Here's the latest ...

* 2021 Chance Moore (6-5 guard, McEachern High School in Georgia, composite national No. 75 / 4-star prospect) confirmed on Friday, May 29, that he picked up a scholarship offer from Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman the same day ... "Yes he did, earlier this evening," said Moore, who along with his Dad had a virtual tour with Arkansas' coaching staff a week earlier.

* 2021 Arkansas offer Johnathan Lawson (6-6 guard, Memphis Wooddale, 2020 Gatorade Tennessee Player of the Year, ESPN national No. 52 / 4-star prospect) had another virtual meeting with Arkansas coaches on Tuesday, June 2 ... Lawson picked up his Hog offer and had a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches in May.

* 2021 Shane Dezonie (6-4 wing, Huntington Prep in West Virginia, composite national No. 92 / 4-star prospect) had a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches on Wednesday, May 27.

* 2021 Ed'Xavior Rhodes (6-8 forward, Dallas Skyline) completed a virtual tour with Arkansas coaches on Wednesday, May 27.

* 2021 Duncan Powell (6-7 forward, DeSoto, TX, ESPN 4-star prospect) had a virtual meeting with Arkansas coaches on Thursday, June 4. Powell was previously committed to Arkansas but reopened his recruitment.
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Do you have some insight on the conversation between the coaches and Powell?

Does he still have a commitable offer from the Hogs?
Is he still interested in the Hogs?

Just curious as to what they might have talked about.
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Do you have some insight on the conversation between the coaches and Powell?

Does he still have a commitable offer from the Hogs?
Is he still interested in the Hogs?

Just curious as to what they might have talked about.

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There seems to be less Arkansas kids this cycle -- is that a result of recruiting more nationally or just a down year for the state? Or am I just completely wrong on that observation?
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There seems to be less Arkansas kids this cycle -- is that a result of recruiting more nationally or just a down year for the state? Or am I just completely wrong on that observation?

Probably a down year.  There's Ricks and Peaster...might be someone else who blows up at some point.  I believe KK was without an Arkansas offer at this point a year ago.
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I think it says a lot about this staff that they continue to recruit a kid that doesn't have a commitable offer.  A lot can happen between now & the late signing period.
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Duncan is ranked 85th on ESPN's 2021 rankings that came out today

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Duncan is ranked 85th on ESPN's 2021 rankings that came out today
Thanks. That's higher than I expected and perhaps why coaches are at least maintaining contact.
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It is not a strong class in 2021 in Arkansas.  Jalen Ricks most say is the best in state kid.  Guy-King is carrying an offer and so is Joseph Pinion who I think is the sleeper.  He holds a Kansas offer and is 6í6Ē with a great 3 point shot.  They have Ingram listed as a HIGH consideration for Arkansas but insiders say we arenít in his Top 3.  Obesecki is listed as high interest in Arkansas but he committed  to A&M.  The Chandler kid from Memphis is going to Duke.  Trey Patterson is Oklahoma or Kansas bound.muss will hustle and find some players he doesnít take bodies.  Powell doesnít have an offer but that might change.  I trust this staff to get them here.
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It is not a strong class in 2021 in Arkansas.  Jalen Ricks most say is the best in state kid.  Guy-King is carrying an offer and so is Joseph Pinion who I think is the sleeper.  He holds a Kansas offer and is 6í6Ē with a great 3 point shot.  They have Ingram listed as a HIGH consideration for Arkansas but insiders say we arenít in his Top 3.  Obesecki is listed as high interest in Arkansas but he committed  to A&M.  The Chandler kid from Memphis is going to Duke.  Trey Patterson is Oklahoma or Kansas bound.muss will hustle and find some players he doesnít take bodies.  Powell doesnít have an offer but that might change.  I trust this staff to get them here.
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Added to the OP ...

UPDATE / EDIT (Wednesday, May 27, 2020 ...

By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas has offered a scholarship to 2021 big man Will Tschetter (6-8, 225, power forward, Stewartville, Minn.), a three-sport athlete who led Minnesota high school basketball players in scoring as a junior at 33.6 points per game to go with 10 rebounds per outing.

Tschetter recently had multiple virtual tours / meetings with Razorbacks head coach Eric Musselman.

"It was very nice of them to take time to show me around their facilities," Tschetter said in late April following one of his virtual tours with the Hogs. "It was impressive and Coach Musselman and (assistant coach Clay) Moser have been great ... have good conversations with both."

Tschetter -- he also plays football and runs track but will focus on basketball in college -- has an offer list that includes Richmond, Loyola-Chicago, Northern Iowa, Colorado State, Wyoming, James Madison, Toledo, South Dakota, William and Mary, North Dakota State, and Augustana.

He's also getting interest from Minnesota, Michigan, Virginia Tech, and Oregon State among others.

Tschetter has said he's not sure when he'll make a commitment decision or sign a letter of intent.


Will Tschetter got a Michigan offer a few days after we offered him and he ended up choosing the Wolverines
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Langston Love committed to Baylor this morning.
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Langston Love committed to Baylor this morning.

Muss is learning how hard it is to recruit non-regional kids to Arkansas. It's looking unlikely we land any top 50 caliber players in 2021. Excited for the 2022 class, though -- nothing better than having talented Arkansas kids who love the Hogs.
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Muss is learning how hard it is to recruit non-regional kids to Arkansas. It's looking unlikely we land any top 50 caliber players in 2021. Excited for the 2022 class, though -- nothing better than having talented Arkansas kids who love the Hogs.

Maybe....maybe not.

Here's why I argue against that regarding Langston Love:

1. He's from Texas so he's staying home.

2. College coaches in the past have anonymously stated that Scott Drew is one of the "dirtiest" coaches in the biz.

3. Baylor has been really really good in recent years so I understand why we wouldn't win that battle.

If Love had committed to Illinois or OK State(Both were in his top 11) then I would totally agree with you.
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Maybe....maybe not.

Here's why I argue against that regarding Langston Love:

1. He's from Texas so he's staying home.

2. College coaches in the past have anonymously stated that Scott Drew is one of the "dirtiest" coaches in the biz.

3. Baylor has been really really good in recent years so I understand why we wouldn't win that battle.

If Love had committed to Illinois or OK State(Both were in his top 11) then I would totally agree with you.

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Maybe....maybe not.

Here's why I argue against that regarding Langston Love:

1. He's from Texas so he's staying home.

2. College coaches in the past have anonymously stated that Scott Drew is one of the "dirtiest" coaches in the biz.

3. Baylor has been really really good in recent years so I understand why we wouldn't win that battle.

If Love had committed to Illinois or OK State(Both were in his top 11) then I would totally agree with you.

I don't think we're disagreeing here. All your points go to show why it's hard to recruit top out of state talent to Arkansas right now. We're competing against "dirty coaches", against schools who have been really good lately, and against home state schools where the kids are from...Once we start going deep in the tournament, we will invariably attract top out of state talent that view Arkansas as a destination. Until then, we're gonna have to rely on home grown talent and transfers, imo

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Muss is learning how hard it is to recruit non-regional kids to Arkansas. It's looking unlikely we land any top 50 caliber players in 2021. Excited for the 2022 class, though -- nothing better than having talented Arkansas kids who love the Hogs.

To be fair, it's got to be really hard to get highly-rated a kid that isn't from Arkansas to commit to the Hogs right now if they can't visit or even meet with the coaches in person. I think Musselman could do it if all things were equal, but we know that all things are not equal at all right now.

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To be fair, it's got to be really hard to get highly-rated a kid that isn't from Arkansas to commit to the Hogs right now if they can't visit or even meet with the coaches in person. I think Musselman could do it if all things were equal, but we know that all things are not equal at all right now.
Musselman has an interesting approach.

I said when we fired Anderson I wanted a coach who could keep kids in-state while at least matching what Heath and Pelphrey did out of state. Guys like Rotnie Clarke, Steven Hill, Courtney Fortson, Marshawn Powell, Darian Townes, and Patrick Beverley were all good 4 star talents, who were big recruiting pickups even if some of them didn't turn out on campus. Anderson's only big out of state coup was Moses Kingsley, and that was in large part due to him being friends with Bobby Portis.

Seems like Musselman will swing for the fences only. Five star or close. He'd rather go get a transfer then waste time on a 3 or 4 star who's a good project but not a guarantee. It's like he isn't even trying with those second level guys.

I feel like go so heavy on transfers is a tough to sustain strategy, but we just had 8 years of a coach committed to two year JUCOs and projects and it didn't work.

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Corey Evans just gave us a crystal ball for Chance Moore.
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