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Updated 2025 Arkansas Offense Recruiting Board

Less than a year until signing day which rising seniors are on Arkansas' radar
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - With the 2024 mostly on campus already going through spring practices, it's time to examine which prospects will sign with Arkansas next December. It's a long time until that point, but the Razorbacks' major targets are starting to take shape. 


Grayson Wilson is possibly the only take for this class. The Central Arkansas Christian product is a tremendous three sport athlete, the kind of passer offensive coordinator likes to utilize. Wilson led his Mustangs team to a 9-3 record overall and threw for 3,413 yards passing, 41 touchdowns and just two interceptions. He tacked on another 837 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground.


St. Louis 4-star product Jamarion Parker committed to the Razorbacks prior to the 2023 season. Parker rushed for 1,207 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior for an East St. Louis program which finished 10-3 overall.

Atlanta, Texas native Markeylin Batton committed to the Razorbacks in February following a stat stuffing junior season. He rushed for 610 yards and nine touchdowns on 81 carries. Batton also showed his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield with 16 receptions for 255 and four touchdowns. Since committing to Arkansas, Batton has offers from TCU and Oklahoma State.

While it's possible Arkansas could take a third tailback for the 2025 class, it is likely done for now. The Razorbacks have shown interest in signing transfer running backs in the past, so that's always something to watch following next season.


New wide receiver coach Ronnie Fouch is a Bobby Petrino guy since his Missouri State days. Arkansas has yet to gain a commitment from a 2025 wideout, but are heavily involved with certain prospects.

Jacob Washington certainly fits the bill for a typical Petrino receiver. The 6-foot-3, 180 pound Marrero, Louisiana native sits just outside 4-star status as the No. 476 prospect in his class, per 247sports Composite rankings. Washington is the No. 70 wide receiver and No. 18 player in the state.

He reports a 4.4 second 40-yard dash while also posting an 11.53 second 100-meter dash as a sophomore. He received an offer from Arkansas in late January from new receivers coach Ronnie Fouch. Washington also holds offers from Ole Miss, Miami, Mississippi State, Missouri, UCF and Penn State.

4-star Jerome Myles of Draper, Utah has emerged as a prospective Razorback. He received an offer from Arkansas Jan. 31 and plans to officially visit June 21, according to his 247sports profile. The 6-2, 205 pounder caught 19 passes for 486 yards and six touchdowns last season. Utah, Arizona, Tennessee, BYU and Iowa State are also competing for Myles' signature.

San Diego 4-star Dreyden Garner released his top five school list Wednesday evening which included the Razorbacks. His list also included Colorado, San Diego State, Oklahoma State and Ole Miss. 

Garner is the No. 325 prospect in the nation, per 247sports composite ranking. He ranks as the No. 15 athlete in the country and No. 30 player in California. He is friends with current Arkansas 2026 cornerback commit Tay Lockett. The 6-foot-1, 180 pounder could play multiple positions on both sides of the football in college. He's also a two-sport athlete who runs track with a personal best 11.14 second 100 meter dash.

An exciting playmaker, Garner has played varsity ball for Lincoln High School since his freshman year and has been extremely productive. He has caught 87 passes for 1,879 yards (22 yards per catch) and 17 career touchdowns. Over the past two seasons, Garner has recorded 82 tackles, five interceptions and four pass breakups.


The Razorbacks are currently without a commitment for the offensive line. That should be no worry with successful coach Eric Mateos on campus now. Owasso, Oklahoma tackle Blake Cherry will be in Fayetteville for an official visit June 14. He's one to keep an eye on for a commitment that weekend.

The top of Arkansas' wishlist is Eureka, Missouri native Jack Lange. The 6-foot-8, 275 pound lineman received a Razorback offer Jan. 7 after attending Junior Day. Lange will end up being one of the more sought after linemen in the cycle as Alabama, Florida, USC, Georgia, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Penn State, Wisconsin and others have offered over the past 45 days.

Denton, Texas native Marcus Garcia attended Arkansas' Junior Day on March 9 after being offered by Mateos Jan. 7. The 6-foot-5, 265 pounder sits just outside 4-star status with an offer list that includes Nebraska, Arizona, Baylor, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, TCU and 20-plus other schools.


A few interior linemen seem to be high on the Razorbacks. A pair of Shreveport natives made a trip to Fayetteville over the weekend in Lionel Prudhomme and LSU commit Devin Harper. Prudhomme is a 6-foot-3, 300 pounder with offers from Mississippi State, Houston, Memphis and Missouri.

Harper, a 4-star, committed to the Tigers in January but still has yet to be offered by the Razorbacks. 

Covington, Georgia native Ryshawn Perry is a 6-foot-3, 275 pounder who could play on either side of the line of scrimmage. Arkansas offered Perry Jan. 13 and also holds offers from Houston, Tennessee, USF and Indiana. 


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