Arkansas Football: 3 takeaways from Early National Signing Day, Part 1
The Arkansas Football team had a busy first day of Early National Signing Day for the Class of 2022.
The Razorbacks, who came into the day knowing they had firm commitments from most of the in-state prospects, got signatures from a few out-of-state players on day one.
The Hogs continue to strengthen positions of need and have inked players that can make some noise beginning on Day One.
The Arkansas Football team signed a Top 50 wide receiver prospect
Sam M’bake, a four-star wide receiver out of Kennesaw, Georgia, announced his decision to play for the Arkansas Razorbacks during Day One of the early signing period.
The 6’3″ 205 pounder chose the Hogs over seven other SEC schools, plus a slew of others from around the country. 247Sports has pegged M’bake as the No. 48 best wide receiver prospect in the country.
You can watch the new stud wide receiver in the 2022 High School All-American Bowl Jan. 8 on NBC and Peacock.