Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove midfielder Everett Rousseau The Arkansas Razorbacks have given up. Roussaw, 6-2, 225, reopened his enlistment with an announcement via Twitter at about 2 p.m. CST on Tuesday afternoon.
“I would like to start by thanking the University of Arkansas and its staff for giving them a great opportunity for me and my family. I really appreciate Coach Smith and Coach Bateman for recruiting me. After a prayer, talk to my family/loved ones and lots of care, I am getting out of the University of Arkansas! This is a huge decision and the most important of all. That I find my best place. Although I’m going to cancel the commitment, Arkansas is still one of the schools I’d consider.”
Russo was originally committed to the Razorbacks on January 23 when he declined offers from Louisville, Mississippi State, Missouri, UCF, Virginia Tech, and Charlotte. Recruited to Fayetteville by the Arkansas Players coach Michael Shearer And the emergence of a running coach Jimmy Smithwho served as Cedar Grove’s head coach before entering the college coaching classes.
The Razorbacks added a new commitment to appear over the weekend at Alex Sanford Oxford (Miss) and still in the mix for someone else’s Brad Spence Klein Forest in Houston (Texas). Arkansas still has one committed linebacker at Carson Dean Carrollton (Texas) Hebron.
According to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Roussaw is a three-star recruit, the 77th linebacker in the nation and potential 95th in the state of Georgia for the 2023 class. 247 sports made him the 109th in the country. The goal of the full-back and player number 110 in the state of Peach.
The cancellation of Russo’s commitment lowered the Arkansas team’s ranking to eighth in the state and second in the SEC for the 2023 class. The Razorbacks are expected to sign at least 25 new additions in the 2023 cycle with a chance to go, as there is no cap on new signers in 2023.
Here’s a look at Arkansas’ current depth at the linebacker ahead of the 2022 season:
2022 Expected Scholarship List
4 stars bumper pool (6-2, 232, s.)
5 stars Drew Sanders (6-5, 232, Jr.)
3 stars Keelen Burleigh (6-0, 208, Republic-Su)
3 stars Christopher Paul Jr. (6-1, 232, Czech Republic)
3 stars tick before (6-3, 221, R-Fr.)
3 stars Caden Henley (6-2, 222, fr)
3 stars Jordan Crooke (6-0, 227, fr)
3 stars Money Bowl (6-3, 220, fr.)
HawgSports will have more regarding Russo’s decision and how it will affect the Hogs 2023 recruitment class in the future.
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