Early Signing Period 2022: 5 elite prospects who can help the Arkansas Football team on Day One

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WR Isaiah Sategna

An early flip for Head Coach Sam Pittman and the Razorbacks, Isaiah Sategna originally committed to play for the Oregon Ducks, but changed his mind last month to stay in-state and play for the Hogs.

Hailing from Fayetteville High School, Sategna won’t have to travel very far to continue playing football.

The four-star receiver is listed as the sixty-second best wideout prospect in the class. He had a ton of offers to choose from, including Baylor, Auburn, Michigian, USC and more.

Sategna, listed at 5’11” and 170 pounds, can be part of the handful of new receivers that will help fill the productivity void left by the departing Treylon Burks.

WR Quincey McAdoo

Another wideout who can help the Hogs fill the massive void left by Burks is Quincey McAdoo. The three-star receiver from Clarendon, Ark,. is a physical doppelganger to Treylon Burks.

At 6’3″ and 175 pounds, McAdoo will be able to use his tall frame to get a slight advantage over smaller defensive backs.

KJ Jefferson will love to use McAdoo’s height in the endzone to throw him some jump balls to go after.

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