'26 OT Bear McWhorter

#34
#34
I dare say Pittman will not be at Arkansuck in 3 years.

Patience is pretty much nonexistent in the SEC these days but his recruiting is starting to pick up so if given enough time I think it’ll pay off.

At the end of the day 9-4 and 7-6 are a far cry from the 2-10 Chad Morris days. Frank Beamer and Dabo both took a long time to get going and Dabo was on a pretty hot seat before suddenly turning things around. But it’s rare to get past 3 years anymore it seems.
 
#37
#37
Bear McWhorter still remembers being impressed by his first visit to Tennessee nearly two years ago, and he has continued visiting the Vols on a regular basis despite his commitment to Arkansas. He was back in Knoxville on Saturday to attend one of Tennessee's camps for the second consecutive year.
The Class of 2026 offensive lineman from Cass High School in White, Ga., said he couldn't pass up the opportunity to work with Vols coach Josh Heupel's staff on the field again Saturday evening during Tennessee's Night at Neyland camp. He's still committed to the Razorbacks, but he said the Vols remain "near the top" of his list among the other teams that are still on his radar.
"And figured it's a quick drive from home, so might as well come get some extra work and work with (offensive line coach Glen) Elarbee and the guys," said McWhorter, who's ranked the No. 366 overall prospect and No. 29 interior offensive lineman in the 2026 class, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.
"And figured it's a quick drive from home, so might as well come get some extra work and work with (offensive line coach Glen) Elarbee and the guys," said McWhorter, who's ranked the No. 366 overall prospect and No. 29 interior offensive lineman in the 2026 class, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.
"I'm not sure when I'm going to be back, but they really want me back for a game," McWhorter said. "I talked to a couple guys that wanted me up (Saturday)."
"I'm still committed 100 percent," McWhorter said. "But just in case something were to happen and things change, (I am going to) keep an open mind and keep relationships open."
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#48
#48
This kid was the #14 player in the country at one point?
I don't look at rankings so idk but he's been on the radar for a while for programs. He came in to high school big. "Rankings" early on are watch lists and go to kids with the physical traits early or at the premier schools early on. I don't blame them, that's who they see when watching other top prospects. But sites like ranking them bc people like me and you will talk about it haha
 
#49
#49
Sam Pittman…recruiting god. Cept when he leaves UGA.
At this point he’s not even recruiting OL as well as he did his first time at Arkansas. Just not much momentum barring a miracle season to save him from getting the axe and it seems recruits know it.
 
#50
#50
That's what it says. You need help reading or something? Trying to figure out the reason for your question.
Oh go b!tch and moan somewhere else. I don’t owe you a reason for a damn thing.

Spare me the faux outrage over asking if this player “was the #14 player in the country at one point?”

Go find some other cause to white knight in on.
 

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