Shreveport (La.) Evangel Christian safety Dan Kreamer has been busy rehabbing a torn ACL and giving a hard look to a new SEC school that has entered the race for his services.
"Arkansas is talking to me still," Kreamer said. "I am going to their game this weekend."
The Hogs play host to Mississippi State on Saturday. Arkansas is recruiting the 6-foot-1, 188-pound Kreamer as a free safety. He was impressed with the Razorbacks program when he visited for the Hogs' 34-17 loss to Auburn on Oct. 15.
"I want to play high-level Division I football," he said. "I went to the game a couple of weeks ago and was very impressed by the facilities.
"If Arkansas offers (a scholarship), I will probably go ahead and commit to them. If they don't offer, I will probably take some visits. Texas A&M has been sending me a lot of stuff lately, so I would like to visit them."
Razorbacks tight ends coach Clifton Ealy is recruiting for the Razorbacks, who like Kreamer as a free safety.
"They're struggling this year, but they have a lot of good young players," he said. "I think they will be good again."
Kreamer, who also sports offers from Mississippi State, Tulsa, Northwestern and Northwestern (La.) State, says that his rehab from the injury is going as planned.
"It's going real good," he said. "It's been six weeks last Wednesday."
In addition to Texas A&M, Memphis also has been inquiring about Kreamer of late.
Kreamer is a two-star rated prospect and was ranked as the No. 33 overall prospect in the preseason Louisiana top 40.