By Otis Kirk
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr cornerback Devin Bush has decided to go ahead and enroll early at Arkansas.
He announced the decision on Twitter on Tuesday.
Arkansas…..I’m coming!!— Devin C. Bush (@Dev_Bush1) January 15, 2019
Bush signed with Arkansas on Dec. 21 after initially deciding to sign late. However, he had a change of heart then and signed early. Now, after reconsidering things again, Bush has opted to go ahead and enroll at Arkansas this week.
This decision will allow Bush to go through spring drills and get a head start on the 2019 season. Ryan Pulley, who started eight games last season, chose to enter the 2019 NFL Draft and thus opened up a possible spot at cornerback.
Bush, 6-0, 187, joins 10 other recruits enrolling early at Arkansas. He will join Harvey (La.) West Jefferson cornerback Greg Brooks Jr., Joe T. Robinson defensive end Zach Williams, Douglasville (Ga.) Douglas County defensive end Mataio Soli, Lackawanna (Pa.) Community College offensive lineman Chibueze Nwanna, Iowa Central Community College offensive lineman Myron Cunningham, Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Blackman wide receiver Trey Knox, former SMU quarterback Ben Hicks, Searcy preferred walk-on offensive lineman Drew Vest and the Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy pair of wide receiver Shamar Nash and defensive lineman Eric Gregory.