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story.lead_photo.caption Hudson Henry, Pulaski Academy receiver, tries to break the tackle of Ty Copher (6), Springdale Har-Ber free safety, Friday, Aug. 24, 2018, during the game at Wildcat Stadium in Springdale. - Photo by Ben Goff

Arkansas’ commitments welcomed the pledge of highly recruited tight end Hudson Henry with open arms and see the commitment as a great addition.

The Razorbacks now have twelve 4-star prospects for the 2019 class, according to the major recruiting services. National recruiting analyst Tom Lemming of CBS Sports Network rates Henry a 5-star recruit.

Defensive end Zach Williams - Joe T. Robinson:

“I think he would be a good contributor to the team and will make our 2019 class even better. He would be a good fit for what Coach Morris is trying to build for the school.”

Quarterback KJ Jefferson - Sardis, (Miss.) North Panola:

“I feel like he was the missing piece of our 2019 class in the receiving core, and he will give us a big advantage.”

Defensive end Collin Clay - Oklahoma City Putnam City

“It’s a great get for us. Big-time playmaking tight end that will help with the team making plays. This class is something special and adding him just made it more special than it already is.”

Running back A’Montae Spivey - Phenix City, (Ala.) Central:

“Like I said on my post, he would be joining a dynasty and a brotherhood. What more could you want?”

Receiver Trey Knox - Murfreesboro, (Tenn.) Blackman:

“I knew it was going to happen. I told him he was wanted and he listened. It’s just another piece to what we want to accomplish.”

Offensive lineman Beaux Limmer - Tyler, (Texas) Lee:

“I mean, he’s another elite player that I’m excited to play with. He comes from an awesome football family and he will be a big difference maker at Arkansas.”

Receiver TQ Jackson - Jefferson, Texas:

"He will be a great addition to the class. Starter right away."

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