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Oklahama defensive end talks about Arkansas visit

Oklahoma City Putnam City four-star defensive end Collin Clay has scheduled a visit to Arkansas on November 10 and talked about the upcoming visit.

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Oklahoma City Putnam City four-star defensive end Collin Clay has scheduled a visit to Arkansas on November 10 and talked about the upcoming visit.

“It will be an unofficial … I’ve already taken my official,” Clay said this week.

Clay was asked what it meant to him and the Hogs getting Hudson Henry and Dante Walker?

“Those two were both very great pickups,” Clay said. “All the recruits and coaches were hyped.”

Clay has a great relationship with the other Arkansas commits.

“We all have a very close relationship,” Clay said. “Talk to each other on daily about what we’re bringing and that’s leadership and versatility on and off the field.”

Clay went into depth on skill sets.

“My strengths are my pass rushing abilities, my aggression, and the fact that I can play anywhere on the defensive line and still dominate,” Clay said.

Clay talked about why he committed to Arkansas.

“They were the only school I can say that was loyal to me,” Clay said. “They loved me like I was already a player on campus and that’s what I like to see I feel like family to them.”

Clay elaborated on what makes Arkansas different from the rest of the schools.

“The family and bond they build with everyone,” Clay said. “Fan base is crazy and I just love it there.”

Clay has an outstanding relationship with the Arkansas coaching staff.

“It’s a great relationship,” Clay said. “I talk to them daily and they always tell me how they’re ready for me to make an immediate impact for the program with the rest of the guys.”

Clay has very high praise on Arkansas coach Chad Morris.

“I love how he coaches his players,” Clay said. “I’ve known him since he’s been at SMU so the relationship we’ve had had been out of this world. I can say coach Morris is the goofiest coach I know!”

Clay likes where Arkansas is heading.

“Of course it’s year one,” Clay said. “It will change … you just have to give it time! And that’s why this ’19 class will be a big impact.”

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