Honolulu lineman says he’ll be a Hog

Posted: January 20, 2013 at 2:40 a.m.

One of the nation’s top offensive linemen, Reeve Koehler of Honolulu St. Louis High School, orally committed to Arkansas on Saturday during his official visit. “I come from a high school that’s all boys,” Koehler said “Our brotherhood on the team is a big influence. Seeing how the team [Arkansas] went through all the negatives of last year and how they came close to together and how they’re hungry to succeed next year, it made me want to be a Razorback right then and there.” Keohler, 6-3, 315 pounds, 5.2 seconds in the 40-yard dash, is rated a four-star prospect by CBS Sports Network national recruiting analyst Tom Lemming.

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