Arkansas Announces 2014 Signing Day Class

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In just his second signing day as head coach at Arkansas, Bret Bielema is making it well known what he is looking for.

National Signing Day was littered with offensive and defensive lineman prospects for the Razorbacks.

Offensive linemen Brian Wallace (St. Louis), Jovan Pruitt (Dallas) and Frank Ragnow (Chanhassen, Minn.) all received offers from the top schools in the country. All three signed with Arkansas Wednesday morning.

The 2014 class is littered with players from various parts of the country as well as five players from the state of Arkansas.

Springdale Har-Ber's Jake Hall, Bentonville's Jack Kraus, Dollarway's Josh Liddell, North Little Rock's Juan Day and El Dorado's Bijhon Jackson each decided to stay close to home to play for the Razorbacks.

Jackson was rated as the state's top recruit and led El Dorado to the 6A title. Kraus helped guide Bentonville to the 7A championship.

Jared Cornelius, Cody Hollister, Chris Murphy and Rafe Peavey each enrolled at the start of the spring semester.

Arkansas did miss out on some big national prospects. Highly touted defensive end Solomon Thomas from Coppell, Tex. chose Stanford over the Hogs and UCLA on national television.

2014 Arkansas Football Signees

Name Height Weight Position Previous School Hometown
Khalia Hackett 6-3 210 LB South Paulding HS Douglasville, GA
Jared Cornelius 6-1 185 WR Evangel Christian Academy Shreveport, LA
Cody Hollister 6-4 205 WR Arizona Western Bend, OR
Chris Murphy 5-10 180 CB Lassiter HS Marietta, GA
Rafe Peavey 6-2 212 QB Bolivar HS Bolivar, MO
Armon Watts 6-5 250 DT Christian Brothers HS St. Louis, MO
Frank Ragnow 6-6 291 OT Chanhassen HS Chanhassen, MN
Cornelius Floyd 6-1 190 CB Culliver Prep Miami, FL
Jake Hall 6-5 250 DE Har-Ber HS Springdale, AR
Juan Day 6-2 210 RB N. Little Rock HS N. Little Rock, AR
Henre' Toliver 6-1 165 CB Archbishop Rummel HS Marrero, LA
Jack Kraus 6-5 250 TE Bentonville HS Bentonville, AR
Josh Liddell 6-1 193 S Pine Bluff Dollarway HS Pine Bluff, AR
Cole Hedlund 5-10 170 K Argyle HS Argyle, TX
Dwayne Eugene 6-1 200 LB Archbishop Rummel HS Marrero, LA
Bijhon Jackson 6-2 320 DT El Dorado HS El Dorado, AR
Jovan Pruitt 6-6 290 OL Bishop Dunne Catholic Dallas, TX
Brian Wallace 6-6 305 OL Christian Brothers College Florissant, MO
Sebastian Tretola 6-5 315 OL Iowa Western CC San Bernardino, CA
Santos Ramirez 6-1 172 CB Evangel Christian Academy Shreveport, LA
Kendrick Edwards 6-6 205 WR Norland HS Miami, FL
JoJo Robinson 6-0 185 WR Northwestern HS Miami, FL
Anthony Brown  6-4  221  DE Killian HS Miami, FL
Randy Ramsey  6-4  215  LB Dillard HS Ft. Lauderdale, FL


  • Thomas McLean

    Way to go coach. Love the big O lineman. It may take another year or two, but we will again be competitive. I am excited about Razorback Football moving forward. Can’t wait to see what Peavy can do too!

  • 4mnr

    Really your sad only 2 where from texas. Its not the only place that has good football. Actually I believe the state that has the most D-1 talent is Louisiana and Alabama and we got 4 from Louisiana. Its doesn’t matter wherw we pull talent from as long as 1. Get top in state talent first and 2. Winning. Will you be sad if we become a 11 win team with a few texas players I think not.

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