Two SEC schools look to be the next offers for Arp, Texas receiver Sedrick Johnson.
While the 6-foot-4, 190-pounder has already added numerous offers that include Arizona State, Colorado, Houston, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Tulsa to name a few, Arkansas and LSU could be next.
"I was at the school lifting weights and my coach told me that LSU is supposed to be offering," Johnson said. "Then I should be getting one from Arkansas too."
Johnson still says that he doesn't have a favorite school at this point or even a top five. This summer, he's thinking about heading to several schools for visits.
"Yeah, I'm thinking about going to Oklahoma State on Sunday with my friend Chris Mass," Johnson said. "I haven't made any more plans, but I'll make some more before the summer is over. I'm also thinking about getting out to Arizona State. They keep asking me to come out."
While there are no leading schools, Johnson says that there are three schools recruiting him harder than others.
"I'd say it's Arizona State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State," Johnson said. "They text me almost every day and they just always keep up with me to see how I'm doing and how everything is going."
As he heads toward a commitment before his senior season, Johnson says that a relationship with his coaches and teammates will be a big factor on which school he chooses.
"It's really about the coach and I getting along and also getting along with the teammates," he said. "I want to see if it's going to be like family. I'm also looking for a team that's going to win a national championship and where I can get a good education."