Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema and staff used the annual Signing Day on the Hill event to showcase their latest recruiting class to Razorback fans. While the class might not have the ranking that stands out to fans, Bielema says he knows this class as well as, if not better, than any previous class.
"I don't really get into ranking, and those of you who follow me in recruiting, I just worry about where we are ranked at the end of the year and wehre we are ranked at the end of their tenure here at the University of Arkansas," said Bielema. "But the good thing about this class is that we have been around these guys for a long time."
New defensive coordinator Paul Rhoads didn't shy away from the fact that his unit has some improvements that can be made, and adjustments as the unit switches to a 3-4 defenses.
"We have got a lot of work to do," said Rhoads. "We have to get a playbook put together, a staff together and get with the kids. I think it is February 20th when we will actually be able to get with the kids for the first time this offseason. We have got to be dilligent of what there is to get done.
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