Three-star Alexander City (Ala.) defensive back
Eric Brock returned home from his
first official visit this weekend.
"I had a real good time at Arkansas, much better than I
thought it would be," he said. "I liked interacting with their players and
getting to know the coaches on a little more personal, face-to-face level. I
also liked the great fan support I saw while I was there. They've got a real
nice college atmosphere. It seems like it would be a fun place to play."
Brock (6-0, 180, 4.5) will visit Louisville on Jan. 24
and close with Auburn, where his father played, on Jan. 31. He says all three
teams have a legit shot at this point. South Carolina was recently dropped from
his list to make room for the Cardinals, whose new coach, Bob Petrino, was
formerly at Auburn.
"I'm going to give them a good look," he said. "I like
the coaches they have. I want to see what kind of opportunity I'd have there."
Brock recorded 82 tackles and seven interceptions as a
senior despite missing three games with a case of turf toe. He also had 585
yards receiving and six touchdown catches.