Milwaukee (Wis.) Rufus King four-star wide receiver Lance Kendricks took his second official visit of the season to Arkansas last weekend. What did the 6-foot-4, 207-pounder with 4.49-second speed think of the Razorbacks?
"I liked my visit there, it was a lot more than I expected and definitely worth the trip," he said. "The players, campus and facilities were all really nice. I got there Friday morning and walked around the campus, ate at a lot of different restaurants, saw the academics and met all the coaches. They basically told me I'm a needed person that will fit in well. They also mentioned they're a developing team that has good young players.
"I also got to hang out with my host Chris Baker. He was a really cool guy and I played video games at his house and he told me about being there and how you're guaranteed a job coming out of college."
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What did the Rivals250 star think of Arkansas's tough 14-10 loss to South Carolina?
"It was a good game and really close," he said. "I was excited about it and I know they could have won. The fans there are really loyal also. I knew they were going to run the ball a lot, but when they passed they had some big plays and I liked what they did."
Overall Kendricks rated his trip to Arkansas a 10.
"I liked everything about it and it was actually more than I expected it to be. I was overwhelmed," he said. "I'd definitely consider them a school I'm looking at with Wisconsin and LSU."
The No. 30 wide receiver in the country still has an official scheduled for Wisconsin on December 10th, but may not be able to make the trip.
"I don't know if I'll be able to make it because my parents are going out of town that weekend," he said. "If I don't go then I'll take it in January. I plan to definitely take all five visits and am also looking at Michigan and UCLA for my other officials because they are showing a lot of interest recently although neither has offered."