The Arkansas Razorbacks have welcomed in 21 scholarship newcomers to the 2022 spring football roster, and that includes 16 high school freshmen and five transfer additions. Spring drills kick off on Sunday inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, and the University of Arkansas just released the official heights and weights for all the new additions.
The following heights and weights were just updated, and the bios were provided by Arkansas Communications.
DB 2 DWIGHT MCGLOTHERN, 6-2, 182
2020 (FRESHMAN): Played in seven games with no starts … Came on strong at the end of the year, seeing significant action in wins over Florida and Ole Miss … Had career-best four tackles and a pass breakup in win over Florida … Followed that with a pair of tackles and a pass breakup in win over Ole Miss … Had three tackles in win over Arkansas.
HIGH SCHOOL: One of the nation’s top prep prospects for the Class of 2020 … Ranked No. 19 in the 247Sports Composite Rankings and listed as a Top 300 overall prospect … As a senior at Klein Oak, was a two-way standout … Recorded four interceptions on the defensive side of the ball and caught 66 passes for 1,307 yards and 18 touchdowns on offense … Totaled 15 interceptions during his prep career … On offense, capped his career with 2,593 receiving yards and 34 touchdowns … Competed in the 2020 All-American Bowl in San Antonio, where he recorded two interceptions.
2021 (SENIOR): Played in 13 games, starting in 11… finished with 38 total stops and eight pass breakups (tied for second on the team)… season-high five tackles three separate times: vs. Auburn, Florida and Tennessee… five solo tackles (one for 3-yard loss) and a pass breakup in win at Auburn… his PBU thwarted a late second-quarter Tiger drive in the end zone on fourth down… vs. Missouri, he finished with three tackles — including a third-down TFL – along with a pass breakup… started in season-opening win vs. Clemson and had four tackles and a pass breakup…had three stops in win over UAB… four tackles and a PBU vs. South Carolina.
High School: Mater Academy, coached by Rocco Casullo… ESPN.com 3-star prospect #42 CB in the nation…247Sports.com 3-star prospect, #42 CB nationally, #48 player in the state of Florida…Rivals.com 3-star prospect, #39 CB nationally, #77 player in the state of Florida…Scout 3-star prospect, #46 CB nationally, #7 CB in the state of Florida…helped his team to an 11-2 record, reaching the FHSAA Class 7A state quarterfinals… in 2016 he recorded 55 tackles, three interceptions, one forced fumble, three fumble recoveries and scored two touchdowns.
A consensus three-star prospect according to 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 19 player in Tennessee and No. 52 player in the country at his position by 247Sports … Played both defensive back and wide receiver at Haywood High School for head coach Chris Smith … Recorded 31 tackles and an interception return for a touchdown as a senior … Also caught 51 passes for 977 yards (19.2 ypc) and 14 touchdowns and rushed 15 times for 88 yards (5.9 ypc) with two kick returns for 105 yards and nine punt returns for 145 yards … Helped lead Haywood to a state semifinal playoff appearance and a 13-1 record … As a junior in 2020, logged 56 total tackles with 4.0 tackles for loss and seven interceptions … Was named to the All-West Tennessee defensive first team and helped Haywood to a 10-4 record, reaching the state title game … Son of Steven Lewis and La’quita Bailey, has a brother, Steven, and two sisters, Jordan and TT … Birthdate: August 5, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Auburn, Florida State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma and others.
A consensus three-star prospect according to 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 18 player in Tennessee and No. 43 safety in the country according to Rivals … Played on both sides of the ball for head coach Carl Diffee at Milan High School … As a junior, completed 20-of-50 passes for 249 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions … Ran 96 times for 927 yards (9.7 ypc) and eight touchdowns and caught 16 passes for 299 yards (18.7 ypc) and five touchdowns … Defensively, logged 64 tackles, 8.0 tackles for loss and nine passes broken up … Was a finalist for the Class 3A Mr. Football award and named All-West Tennessee offensive player of the year … Part of a team that went 14-3 and reached the state title game … Has one brother, Adonus Madison … Birthdate: June 6, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Tennessee, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois and others.
2021 (Freshman at LSU): Played in five games, seeing all his action on special teams before sustaining an injury … Did not record any statistics … Early enrollee, graduating from high school in December and enrolling at LSU in January 2021 … Son of Katie Peek and Larry Jackson … Has two brothers, Lance Jackson and Bronx Peek, and one sister, Kensington Peek … Birthdate: January 2, 2003.
HIGH SCHOOL: Consensus four-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 7 defensive lineman nationally and the No. 19 prospect in the state of Texas by 247Sports … Ranked the nation’s No. 76 prospect in the class of 2021 by ESPN … Played on the defensive line for head coach Josh Gibson at Pleasant Grove High School … Racked up over 45 sacks in his high school career, including 17.0 in 2019 as a junior… As a junior, named the Texas Sports Writers Association 4A Defensive Player of the Year, MaxPreps First-Team All-American as he helped Pleasant Grove to a Texas 4A D-II state championship … As a sophomore, unanimous first team all-district selection … As a freshman, was named Texas District 7-4A-II Defensive Newcomer of the Year and helped Pleasant Grove to a state championship … Sports Illustrated All-American candidate … CHOSE LSU OVER: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Florida State, Tennessee and others.
Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports and Rivals … According to Rivals, rated the No. 8 player in Arkansas and No. 44 strongside defensive end in the country … Played for head coach Lee Larkan at Greenland High School … As a senior made 63 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks … In his junior season posted 66 tackles with 13.5 tackles for loss, 8.0 sacks and one forced fumble … Helped the team to a 9-3 record and a state playoff appearance … As a sophomore, tallied 33 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss and 1.0 sack … First student-athlete from Greenland High School to receive a football scholarship from Arkansas … Son of Jaye and Amy Johnson, has one brother, EJ … Birthdate: June 10, 2004 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Kansas, Arkansas State, Akron and others.
Rated a consensus three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 3 prospect in Arkansas and the No. 37 linebacker nationally according to 247Sports … Played his senior season for head coach and former Arkansas QB Casey Dick at Fayetteville High School … As a senior, was limited to four games due to an injury … Posted 32 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, five quarterback hurries, one pass broken up, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble … Also saw time at running back, rushing eight times for 16 yards (2.0 ypc) and three touchdowns … Member of a Fayetteville team that reached the state title game, going 10-3 … Previously played at McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio … Played seven games in 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic and recorded 81 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, seven quarterback pressures and two forced fumbles … Also contributed at running back, logging 138 yards (7.3 ypc) with three touchdowns … Earned Northeast Inland District Defensive Player of the Year honors and was named first-team All-Ohio … Also was a state-qualifying wrestler and placed third at state in the discus and fifth in the shot put at Canton McKinley … Son of Shaunta Michael, has two brothers, Elijah and Eugene, and a sister, Euraezshia … Birthdate: June 8, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Michigan, Syracuse, West Virginia, Indiana, Toledo and others.
A consensus three-star prospect according to 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 56 player in Texas and No. 10 inside linebacker in the country by Rivals … Named the No. 9 player in the Dallas Morning News’ Top 50 area recruits for the Class of 2022 … Will appear in the state championship for a 13 win Duncanville team … Logged 98 tackles with 10.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, two passes broken up, three forced fumbles and three interceptions with two touchdown returns … As a junior recorded 93 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks and three interceptions, returning two of his picks for touchdowns … Named to The Dallas Morning News all-area first team … Helped Duncanville to a 10-2 record and a state semifinal appearance … Son of Joe and Wuan Crook, has one sister, Taylor … Birthdate: October 31, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Oklahoma State, Missouri, Baylor, Nebraska, Michigan and others.
2021 (SOPHOMORE): Stepped into a starting role as a sophomore following the injury to Christopher Allen … suffered an injury in the Ole Miss game that has limited his playing time through the second half of the season … worked in 12 games with three starts to his name … totaled 24 tackles, including 2.5 for loss (-13 yards) and one sack (-7 yards), to go with four quarterback hurries and a pair of pass breakups … selected as one of the defensive players of the week by the Alabama coaches for his play against Mercer … earned special teams player of the week recognition from the Tide staff for his play against Cincinnati. Miami: Totaled a career-high six tackles in his extended playing time against the Hurricanes. Mercer: Made his first career start in the crimson and white … broke up a pair of passes off the edge while adding two tackles. Florida: Recorded seven tackles, including one for loss (-4 yards) while adding a quarterback hurry … made a key stop on the Gators’ failed two-point conversion to keep UA in front for the eventual win. Southern Miss: Pressured the USM quarterback once to go with his one tackle on the night. Ole Miss: Made his presence known off the edge, finishing with five tackles and two quarterback hurries. LSU: Returned to the field for his first minutes since the Ole Miss matchup … saw time on special teams but did not collect any stats. New Mexico State: Rotated in on defense while also working on special teams … finished with two tackles, including a sack (-7 yards). Arkansas: Contributed snaps on defense and special teams against the Hogs. Auburn: Worked on defense and special teams in the Iron Bowl. Georgia: Recorded two stops, including half a tackle for loss against the Bulldogs. Cincinnati: Picked up player of the week honors on special teams from the coaches for his impact on the Tide’s coverage units … also recorded snaps on defense in the Cotton Bowl. Georgia: Contributed on special teams in Indianapolis.
High School: One of the nation’s top all-around athletes and a prototypical linebacker or tight end… choose to focus on the defensive side of the football at Alabama… a composite five-star recruit by 247Sports… rated as the No. 1 player in Texas by 247, the top-ranked athlete nationally and the No. 13 player nationally in the final Top247… No. 22 nationally in the 247Composite and the composite’s No. 1 athlete and No. 3 player in Texas… a four-star prospect by ESPN who is No. 36 in the ESPN 300 and the outlet’s No. 4 athlete… rated as the No. 5 player in the Midlands Region by ESPN… Rivals.com rates him as the No. 5 outside linebacker, the No. 37 player nationally and the No. 5 prep prospect in Texas… a five-star player by PrepStar… selected to the magazine’s Top 150 Dream Team and was rated as the No. 5 outside linebacker and the 37th-ranked player in the nation… selected to the Under Armour All-America Game… named the 2018 SportsDayHS Utility Player of the Year after completing 8-of-9 passes for four touchdowns, rushing for 280 yards and 13 touchdowns while making 119 tackles on defense, including 10 for loss and eight sacks, to go with three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns… threw five more touchdown passes in 2019 on just eight attempts while rushing for 326 yards and 10 scores… also caught 34 passes as a senior for 717 yards and 12 scores… finished with 48 rushing/receiving touchdowns in his career while throwing for 10 scores… finalist for the 2019 Landry Player of the Year, which goes to the top high school football player in North Texas… played for head coach Dave Henigan at Ryan High School in Denton, Texas… chose Alabama over Oklahoma while also considering LSU, Georgia, Notre Dame, Oregon and Penn State.
Consensus three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 35 inside linebacker in the country by ESPN and the No. 15 overall prospect in Arkansas by 247Sports … Played linebacker, running back and tight end for head coach Jeff Conaway at Shiloh Christian Academy … Team captain … As a senior, totaled 135 tackles, 22.0 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, 10 quarterback hurries, two interceptions, two pass breakups and a fumble recovery … As a junior, recorded 159 tackles, 26 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, six quarterback hurries, four interceptions, two pass breakups, two recovered fumbles, two forced fumbles and two blocked punts in 15 games while helping Shiloh Christian win the Class 4A state title … 66 tackles, including 2.0 sacks, and an interception as a sophomore in 2019 … Racked up 109 total tackles with 6.5 for loss, two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt during his freshman season … In his high school career, made 29 catches for 372 yards and four touchdowns … Had 48 carries for 306 yards and a touchdown as a high schooler … Also played baseball at Shiloh Christian … Son of Ashley and Alyssa Henley, has one brother, Carter … Birthdate: July 18, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Army, Liberty, MTSU, New Mexico and others.
Consensus five-star prospect by Kohl’s Kicking and Rubio Long Snapping … Rated the No. 2 long snapper in the country by Kohl’s Kicking … No. 3 long snapper nationally per Rubio Long Snapping … Played tight end and linebacker in addition to snapping for head coach Mike Klingbeil at Cambridge High School … Team captain … Also played basketball and competed in track & field … Son of Jeff and Heide Stein, has one brother, Ezra, and two sisters, Elyssa and Emily … Birthdate: April 11, 2004 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Baylor, Illinois, Stanford, Wisconsin and others.
Rated a consensus three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … According to ESPN, rated the No. 17 player in South Carolina and No. 6 center in the country … Played for head coach Reggie Show at Byrnes High School … Tallied 10 pancake blocks and 22 knockdowns … Son of Shane and Jacquie Henderson, has one brother, Nyquille … Birthdate: March 7, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Arizona State, Louisville and others.
Rated a four-star prospect by 247Sports and ESPN and a three-star prospect by Rivals … Ranked the No. 2 player in Arkansas and No. 17 offensive tackle in the country according to 247Sports … Played offensive line for Kirk Horton at Maumelle High School … Member of ESPN’s 300 … Named a 2022 All-American and an All-American Bowl participant for his performance as a senior … Earned a 91.9 grade as a senior with 22.5 pancake blocks, 27.5 knockdowns and 10 drive blocks … As a junior started at left tackle for a team that went 6-4 and qualified for the playoffs … In his sophomore season, helped Maumelle to an 8-3 record and playoff appearance … Son of Jonathan and Sheri Chamblee and has two brothers, Tristan and Gabriel … Birthdate: June 17, 2004 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Auburn, Florida, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Tennessee and others.
Consensus four-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 3 player in Arkansas and No. 29 offensive tackle in the country by Rivals … Played both offensive and defensive line for head coach Todd Eskola at Joe T. Robinson High School … Helped Joe T. Robinson to a state championship with a 14-1 record as a senior … Graded at 86% as an offensive lineman, while adding 61 tackles, 28.0 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles on the defense line … As a junior played on a team that went 8-4 and qualified for the state playoffs … Appeared in nine games and recorded 36 total tackles with 15.0 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks … His sophomore season, he helped the team to a 14-1 record and a state title … Registered 44 tackles with 14.0 tackles and 3.0 tackles for loss … Started at right tackle as a freshman on a team that finished 12-3 and qualified for the state title game … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Georgia, Oklahoma, Miami, Tennessee, Texas A&M and others …Son of Elliott and Tiffany Harris, has a brother Elliott Jr. and a sister, Talia … Birthdate: September 8, 2004 … Son of former Arkansas defensive lineman Elliott Harris (2001-04).
Rated the No. 5 punter in the national recruiting class by 247Sports … Product of ProKick Australia in Melbourne, Australia … Coached by Nathan Chapman and John Smith … Father, Dustin, played 23 years of Australian rules football in the Australian Football League, playing all 23 seasons for Essendon Football Club and representing Australia in international competitions … Brother, Mason, is the starting punter at Cincinnati, who Arkansas will host to open the 2022 season … Son of Dustin and Suzanne Fletcher, has one brother, Mason … Birthdate: October 9, 2002.
Rated a four-star prospect by Rivals and a three-star prospect by 247Sports and ESPN … The No. 37 player in Georgia and No. 21 athlete in the nation according to 247Sports … Played for head coach John Adams at Cedar Grove High School … Won a state championship, helping the team to a 12-3 record as a senior … Ran 180 times for 1,565 yards (8.7 ypc) and 22 touchdowns and added 10 catches for 149 yards (14.9 ypc) with a touchdown … Contributed three kick off returns for 205 yards (68.3 ypr) and a touchdown … As a junior rushed 72 times for 536 yards (7.4 ypc) and nine touchdowns and caught eight passes for 129 yards (16.1 ypc) and three touchdowns … As a freshman, played for head coach Jimmy Smith at Cedar Grove, who is now Arkansas’ running backs coach … Totaled 61 rushes for 501 yards (8.2 ypc) and seven touchdowns and returned two punts for touchdowns on a 14-1 team that won the state championship … Son of Byron Scott and Lawanda Dubinion, has two brothers, Jaquez and Armond, and two sisters, Arkeyviondra and Neeoriyah … Birthdate: November 12, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Georgia, Baylor, Florida, Auburn, Ole Miss and others.
Rated a consensus three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 5 prospect in Arkansas and No. 35 running back nationally … Played for head coach Brad Bolding at Little Rock Parkview High School … As a senior ran 183 times for 1,309 yards (7.2 ypc) and 16 touchdowns and caught three passes for 34 yards (11.3 ypc) … Defensively, recorded 50 tackles with one pass broken up … Ran for 270 yards and five touchdowns against Greenwood … Helped Little Rock Parkview to a 10-3 record and state semifinal appearance … Posted 1,105 rushing yards (6.8 ypc) and 10 touchdowns on 162 carries and 135 receiving yards (16.9 ypc) on eight catches as a junior … Missed the majority of his sophomore season due to an ACL injury … Son of Landa Burns, has a brother, Jalan, and a sister, Markita … Birthdate: December 26, 2003 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Florida State, Missouri, Tennessee, Michigan State and others.
A consensus three-star prospect according to 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 55 player in Georgia and the No. 29 tight end in the country by Rivals … Played tight end and was a three-year starter for head coach Dean Fabrizio at Lee County High School … Hauled in 22 receptions for 307 yards (14.0 ypc) and five touchdowns as a senior … Named first team in Region 1-6A and helped the team to an 11-2 record and state quarterfinal appearance … As a junior, made 17 catches for 258 yards (15.2 ypc) and 11 touchdowns … Member of a 12-2 team that reached the state title game … Son of Donta and Vanessa Washington, has one sister, Aiya … Birthdate: June 8, 2004 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: South Carolina, Tennessee, Nebraska, UCF, Georgia Tech and others.
Consensus three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … Rated the No. 47 tight end nationally and the No. 12 overall prospect in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports … Played tight end and strong safety for head coach Mark Courtney, his father, at Clarendon High School, where he was teammates with fellow Class of 2022 signee Quincey McAdoo … Missed his senior season with an injury … Has one brother, Seth … Birthdate: December 20, 2002 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, Michigan State, Missouri, Penn State and others.
2020 (SOPHOMORE): Played in three games and made four receptions for 65 yards (16.2 average)… missed first six games while recovering from injury and missed Oklahoma State game (11/21) and Cotton Bowl vs. Florida (12/30)… had two catches for 20 yards in Big 12 Championship win vs. No. 8 Iowa State (12/19)… made a 12-yard reception vs. Baylor (12/5)… saw first action of the season vs. Kansas (11/7) and registered a season-long 33-yard reception.
HIGH SCHOOL: Five-star recruit by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals… an All-American Bowl selection… invited to The Opening… the No. 4 overall recruit in the 2019 class by Rivals, No. 6 by ESPN and No. 19 by 247Sports… regarded as nation’s No. 1 receiver by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals… touted as No. 1 player in Georgia by ESPN and Rivals and No. 3 by 247Sports… compiled 744 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns on 32 receptions his freshman through junior seasons… compiled 1,032 yards and 11 TDs on 53 receptions his senior season… chose OU over Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and others.
Rated a four-star prospect by 247Sports and Rivals and a three-star prospect by ESPN … Rated the No. 2 player in Arkansas, No. 28 wide receiver in the nation and No. 207 player overall by Rivals … Played both wide receiver, running back and defensive back for head coach Mark Courtney at Clarendon High School … High school teammates with fellow Arkansas 2022 signee, TE Dax Courtney … Helped Clarendon to a 9-3 record and state title game appearance as a senior … Utilized all over the field and completed 7-of-19 passes 165 yards and two touchdowns, rushed 82 times for 894 yards (10.9 ypc) and 11 touchdowns, hauled in 34 catches for 617 yards (18.1 ypc) and eight touchdowns … Defensively added 58 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, one interception and an 88-yard fumble return for a touchdown … As a junior he recorded 26 receptions for 458 yards (17.6 ypc) with eight touchdowns and 548 rushing yards on 53 carries (10.3 ypc) with five touchdowns … He posted 76 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, four passes broken up and five interceptions with a pick-six as a defensive back … Returned nine kickoffs for 276 yards (30.7 ypr) and six punts for 90 yards (15.0 ypr) … Part of a 7-3 team that reached the playoffs as a junior … Also ran track, competing in the 100m and 200m events … Son of Elfonzo McAdoo and LaTonya Love, has three brothers, Elfonzo Jr., Tedrick and Tayelar, and two sisters, Kynnedi and Reighan … Birthdate: February 19, 2004 … CHOSE ARKANSAS OVER: Florida State, Baylor, Auburn, Oklahoma and others.