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John Chavis is putting a big emphasis on defensive line and cornerback recruiting
Trey Biddy

Now that spring practice has wrapped up, Arkansas coaches will conduct exit interviews with the current players before turning much of their focus to recruiting.

The new coaching staff has hit the ground running in recruiting with a bigger emphasis than perhaps any staff in the modern era. Their junior days have been loaded with big-time recruits, and they had several prospects and nearly 1,000 high school coaches on hand for spring drills.

With the latest round of rule changes to college football recruiting, colleges can now host official visitors even out of out of high school starting in April. Arkansas plans to take advantage of the new rule when they host at least four visitors this weekend, and all of them are at two of the biggest areas of need – the offensive and defensive lines.


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