• Myles Slusher
DB – 6-0 – 181 – Broken Arrow, Okla. (Broken Arrow HS)
Four-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Rated as the No. 5 safety in the country by 247Sports … Ranked second in the state of Oklahoma by 247Sports and ESPN … Slotted in ESPN’s Top 300 at 204 … Four-year varsity letterwinner at Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma … Recorded 26 tackles, two for loss, with one sack, an interception and four pass breakups as a senior in 2019 … Helped the Tigers to a 9-3 overall record with a semifinal appearance in the Class 6A-I Oklahoma playoffs … Tallied 68 total stops, three TFLs, with two interceptions and a recovered fumble during his junior campaign … Guided Broken Arrow HS to a spotless 13-0 record and the Oklahoma Class 6A-I state championship after a 28-20 victory over Jenks … Racked up 41 total tackles, 37 solo, with four interceptions in 2017 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Missouri, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon and others.
Myles Slusher … Born March 1, 2002 … Son of Blanca and PJ Slusher … Has five siblings: Phillip, Jessica, Austin, Anthony and Reality.
• Ray Curry
OL – 6-6 – 315 – Memphis, Tenn. (White Station HS)
Three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Rated as the No. 10 player in the state of Tennessee by ESPN … Four-year varsity letterwinner at White Station High School in Memphis, Tennessee … Helped the Spartans to a 7-5 overall record as a senior and a second round berth in the Class 6A-I Tennessee state playoffs … Was a member of three state playoff teams, including the 2017 squad that made it to the third round of the postseason tournament … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Auburn, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Louisville, Michigan, Nebraska and others.
Ray Curry … Born April 9, 2002 … Son of Alicia and Ray Curry … Brother of Arayvia.
• Catrell Wallace
LB – 6-5 – 210 – Bryant, Ark. (Bryant HS)
Three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Rated as the No. 40 outside linebacker in the country by 247Sports … Ranked fifth overall in the state of Arkansas by Rivals … Three-year varsity letterwinner at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas … Also lettered in basketball every year of his high school career … Recorded 37 total tackles as of Nov. 8, with four tackles for loss and two sacks to go with three quarterback hurries, four pass breakups and two blocked punts … Helped the Hornets to a perfect 13-0 season, including the 2019 7A Arkansas state championship, defeating North Little Rock in the title game, 21-7 … It was the second-straight year Bryant defeated North Little Rock in the title game, winning 27-7 in 2018, holding the top ranking in the state of Arkansas in both seasons … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Ole Miss, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and others.
Catrell (Kuh-TRELL) Wallace … Born Dec. 12, 2001 … Nephew of Lynn Wallace … Grandson of Jackie Wallace.
• Jashaud Stewart
LB – 6-2 – 223 – Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro HS)
Three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Rated as the 20th overall outside linebacker in the country and No. 2 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports … Three-year varsity letterwinner at Jonesboro High School in Jonesboro, Arkansas … Racked up 114 total tackles, including 85 solo, in 12 games for the Hurricane in 2019 … Totaled 23.0 tackles for loss, with 17 sacks, as well as 14 quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a senior … Helped Jonesboro HS to an 8-4 record and a second round berth in the Arkansas 6A state playoffs … Racked up 89 total stops as a junior in 2018, with 65 solo and 24.0 for loss, including six sacks … He recovered four fumbles, forced three and picked off one pass … Dropped a heartbreaker in the second round of the 2018 6A state tournament by a score of 38-37 … Earned All-State accolades in both 2018 and 2019 for his performance on the field … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Houston, Kansas, Memphis, SMU and others.
Jashaud (juh-SHOD) Stewart … Born May 29, 2001 … Son of Toria and Jerry Stewart … Brother to Mirikil.
• Blayne Toll
DL – 6-5 – 244 – Hazen, Ark. (Hazen HS)
Four-star prospect by ESPN … Rated as the No. 20 strongside defensive end in the country and third overall player in the state of Arkansas by ESPN … Lands in ESPN’s Top 300 ranking at 268 … Four-year varsity letterwinner at Hazen High School in Hazen, Arkansas … Also lettered in baseball every year since freshman season … Played on both sides of the ball for the Hornets, also lining up at receiver … Recorded 45 total tackles as of Nov. 8, with 26 tackles for loss and 10 sacks … Hauled in 14 passes for 170 yards, scoring twice through the air, while also rushing the ball six times for 67 yards & a score and passing once, connecting on a 51-yard touchdown pass … Helped the Hornets to a 10-2 overall record and a quarterfinal appearance in the 2019 Arkansas state 2A playoffs on Nov. 29 … Propelled the Hornets to the state championship game in 2018, falling just short of the 2A crown … Tallied 42 total stops, 24 TFLs, nine sacks and three forced fumbles in 2017, running for 465 yards & six TDs and throwing for 715 yards & eight scores … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Auburn, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Memphis, TCU and others.
Blayne Toll … Born Dec. 11, 2002 … Son of Tabatha and George Toll.
• Kelin Burrie
LB – 6-0 – 205 – Harvey, La. (Helen Cox HS)
Three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN … Rated as the No. 22 player in the state of Louisiana by Rivals … Four-year varsity letterwinner at Helen Cox High School in Harvey, Louisiana … Played linebacker for the Cougars, making the playoffs in two of the last three years of his high school career … Helped Helen Cox HS to its first playoff victory in over a decade in 2018 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Kentucky, LSU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, West Virginia and others.
Kelin Burrle (BURR-lay) … Son of Lashanona Burrle.