Houston, we have a recruiting class!!!!!!!!!

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    It is definately Houston Nutt's best recruiting class and maybe one of Arkansas' best ever. He was able to keep almost all of the quality players in the state including Fred Bledsoe and Peyton Hillis. Here is a link to a list of everyone who has signed with the Razorbacks so far and a description of each of them from Hogwired.com: 2004 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOOTBALL NATIONAL LETTER-OF-INTENT SIGNEES
     
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    What are you talking about? Nebraska recruited a pile of players AND coaches! [​IMG]
     
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    Perhaps, you could post a link about Nebraska's recruiting class and we could do a side by side comparison.

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    If these latest Arkansas recruits take care of their grades, stay out of trouble, and work their rears off, they could lay the foundation for something very special at Arkansas in about 3 years. :D
     
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    I just hope the recruits don't follow the lead of the players already on campus. :rolleyes:

    Arkansas defensive back suspended after DWI arrest

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Arkansas defensive back John Jackson has been suspended from the football team and won't participate in spring practice after being arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated Sunday morning.

    Jackson, 19, was stopped at 2:48 a.m. after Fayetteville police observed the car he was driving speed past a patrol car, roll through a stop sign and nearly hit another car, Sgt. Shannon Gabbard said Tuesday.

    According to the police report Gabbard was reading from, the officer who stopped Jackson had reason to believe he had been driving under the influence. More specific information will have to come from city prosecutor Casey Jones, who typically doesn't see the arrest reports for several days.

    Jackson, a rising junior, went through a field sobriety test and declined to take a breath test, which resulted in an automatic arrest. He was also cited for reckless driving.

    He was booked into city jail at 7:15 a.m. and bonded out by 9:15 a.m., a jail spokesman said.

    Jackson's locker has been cleaned out, Arkansas coach Houston Nutt said. Jackson will have to meet regularly with Rodger Hunter, the director of student life for the men's athletic department, to go through counseling and community service.

    Most of Jackson's two seasons have been spent as a reserve defensive back and special teams player. He's one of only three scholarship players with any returning experience in the secondary.

    Jackson, who made 17 tackles last year, played two games at outside linebacker after senior Jimarr Gallon was kicked off the team following a DWI arrest. Gallon was dismissed in the days following sophomore Sam Olajubutu's arrest for the same offense.

    LINK TO ARTICLE ON YAHOO.COM
     

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