Sam Pittman signed the No. 24 recruiting class in the country for Arkansas football in 2021 and the Razorbacks seem to be trending up for 2022.
Year one of the Sam Pittman era was actually much more impressive than people expected. He brought in Feleipe Franks as a grad transfer quarterback from Florida and he helped lead the Razorbacks to a 3-7 record and a bowl berth.
The Razorbacks were a few plays away from actually being a 6-4 team with wins over Auburn, Missouri and LSU, but the luck just wasn’t on their side in those games — especially against Auburn.
Arkansas just signed the No. 24 recruiting class for 2021 which was a good step in the right direction as the previous class ranked No. 30 and it looks like 2022 could be even better.
This program is trending in the right direction and these three recruits could prove that.
The No. 3 recruit from the state of Arkansas is looking at staying home and playing for a head coach who values offensive linemen as he once coached them at Georgia.
Andrew Chamblee has liked what he’s seen at Arkansas through one (not-so-full) season and he feels that Sam Pittman has the Razorbacks headed in the right direction. He’s not wrong.
Arkansas will need some big guys up front to help create a culture of dominating the trenches like Pittman wants and Chamblee is a big body. He’s not just a towering force at 6-6 and 284 pounds, but he’s strong and physical and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. This dude is mean in the trenches.
Chamblee looks like an Arkansas lean right now, but the four-star holds 17 offers and his sheet is actually impressive. The Razorbacks are going to have to fight to keep him home.