Coaches hit ground running on first day recruiting

Social media makes it a little easier to get some ideas of who coaches are contacting as the dead period ended Thursday and coaches hit the ground running Friday.

Offensive lineman Noah Gatlin in Jonesboro had a visitor.

Then Barry Lunney was running all over Arkansas, it seemed.

He visited with Treylon Burks in Warren, Hudson Henry in Little Rock (Pulaski Academy) and Stacey Wilkins in Camden (Fairview).

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He also was at a basketball game.

Mark Smith was in Oklahoma, visiting with Owasso defensive end Courtre Alexander.

Jestin Stepp covered a lot of territory in Texas.

Defensive coordinator John Chavis and secondary coach Ron Cooper were in Birmingham.

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