McKinney, TX — Arkansas has one commitment to the safety of Christian Ford from McKinney, TX.
Ford, 6, 0, 187, from McKinney, Texas, accepted offers from TCU, Nebraska, Colorado, Arizona, SMU, Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas and other schools during an official visit in June. , promised to go to Arkansas.
The Razorbacks also extended offers to junior running back Brian Jackson, junior linebacker Maki Frazier and junior defensive back Xavier Philsime.
Ages 5-11, 215 pounds, Frazier has offers from Arkansas, Minnesota, Utah and Northern Arizona. The Razorbacks made him an offer in January.
“Communication is good. Frazier said of Arkansas, ‘I just want it to stay that way.'”
As a sophomore, he had 75 tackles, 5 sacks, 5 tackles for losses, 6 forced fumbles, and 1 pass breakup. He also rushed 12 times for 115 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Wildcat formation.
Frazier, Arkansas coach Sam Pittman, and linebacker coach Michael Scherrer are in touch. He also likes watching the Razorbacks make the top 10.
Frazier, who bench presses 315 pounds and squats 455 pounds, said, “They’re one of the top schools in the country and they’re playing some of the best football in the SEC, so it’s pretty cool.
Frazier, Jackson and Filsaime will travel to Arkansas for the October 1 game against Alabama.
Filsaime, 6-1, £185, has over 30 offers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, LSU, TCU, Florida State University, Ole Miss and other schools.
“The SEC is fast, physical football,” he said of what draws him to the Razorbacks.
He is visiting Oklahoma this weekend and plans to visit Georgia in the near future.
Phil Syme, a former receiver and Consensus four-star recruit, said playing offense has served him well as a defensive back.
“It was a little weird at first because I switched from wide receiver, but some of my skills at wide receiver helped me safely, like ball skills, speed and knowing what receivers do,” he said. said. “I go down and hit people. That’s what I love most about it.”
Former Razorbacks defensive tackle Marcus Shavers is McKinnie’s coach, and he believes Philsyme is a promising player.
“He’s one of the best athletes and probably one of the top 10 safest athletes in the United States in that class in 2024,” Shavers said. “Just a great athlete. He’s 10.5 in his 100 meters.”
Jackson, 6-1, £230, has received over 20 scholarship offers from schools in Arkansas, Texas, Texas A&M, Ohio, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Southern Cal, Ole Miss and Michigan. I’m here.
He visited the Razorbacks over the summer.
“I was a little surprised. I’m not going to lie,” Jackson said of Arkansas. “I had a good time.”
The Arkansas running game helps make them attractive to Jackson.
“I like the way Arkansas run the ball,” he said. “They do it in the running game and they do it in the passing game.”
Jackson, an ESPN four-star recruit and the 12th-ranked running back in the nation, has also traveled to Southern California, Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, and Ohio.
Shaver thinks the Razorbacks and Jackson are a good fit.
“He’s a perfect fit for the job in Arkansas,” Shavers said. “I really think he’s a dynamic running back who can do a lot.”
Ford is also proud to have his future team in the top ten.
“They’ve been crazy every game,” Ford said. “The defense is very good, very, very good. The quarterback is great and the running back Raheim[Sanders]knows how to get into the end zone.”
He said quite a few teachers and students at his school are Razorbacks fans.
“I’m excited to go to Arkansas,” he said. “Everyone here basically loves Arkansas.
“Just walking makes me feel better.”
Ford said he is in touch with Pittman, defensive coordinator Barry Odom and cornerback coach Domink Bowman.
“It makes me feel good. It’s really heartwarming,” Ford said.
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