Mansfield, Texas, Legacy High School four-star safety Jalen Catalon discussed his upcoming official visit to Arkansas next weekend against top-ranked Alabama.
“I look forward to having fun and seeing the game like atmosphere,” Catalon said.
Catalon is enjoying the recruiting process.
“Recruiting is going great,” Catalon said. “I love the care from the coaches.”
Catalon was asked what he likes about each of his top four teams of Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and TCU?
“Each school offers me a great education and the atmosphere is great,” Catalon said.
Catalon commented on what makes Arkansas different from any other school recruiting him?
“Out of my four schools they all stand out at the same level,” Catalon said.
Catalon talked about what team is recruiting him the hardest at the moment.
“It’s hard to tell … all four are really recruiting me really well,” Catalon said.
Catalon has a great relationship with the Arkansas coaching staff.
“Coaching staff is great and relationship with them is unique,” Catalon said.
Catalon knows when he will commit to his school of choice.
“Sometime in January,” Catalon said.
Catalon elaborated on what would be the determining factor on where he will go to college at.
“Just my overall feeling for the education and how I feel about fitting the program as a person,” Catalon said.
Catalon spoke on his skill sets as a football player.
“I believe I have great passion and IQ for the game,” Catalon said.
Catalon went into depth what it would mean if his teammates Tauren Carter and Arkansas commitment Enoch Jackson all ended up at Arkansas.
“It would be a blessing too,” Catalon said. “But love them no matter where they go or where we end up.But if it works out like that. It would be special.”
Catalon top four remains Arkansas, TCU, Texas, and Oklahoma. No particular order.