Arkansas will attempt to continue to sign top 25 classes in the 2017 recruiting cycle as head coach Bret Bielema’s build continues in Fayetteville.

So with that, here are five prospects from that class for Razorback fans to keep an eye on.

1. Akial Byers, DT, Fayetteville (Ark.)

The 6-foot-3, 280-pound Byers has received a slew of early scholarship offers, including Alabama and other Southeastern Conference programs. The key here is for the Razorbacks to keep him close to home as you can never have too many talented defensive linemen. When there’s one this good in your back yard, it’s paramount to land him.

2. Taylor Powell, QB, Fayetteville (Ark.)

Quarterback recruiting is always tricky and the Razorbacks have yet to offer the local talent, who does have early tenders from Memphis and others. Powell is a heady quarterback with good arm talent. When Arkansas does offer (provided that happens), there’s a good chance he’ll stay close to home.

3. Toneil Carter, RB, Houston (Texas) Langham Creek

Carter, a four-star prospect with a slew of offers, is thought to be leaning to Texas A&M or LSU at this early juncture, but the Razorbacks are among the top group of schools he is considering right now. Arkansas again has a huge need at running back. Landing elite backs out of Texas in back-to-back cycles would be quite an accomplishment and could continue to lay groundwork for future recruiting success at this position and in that state.

4. Dwayne Fisher, DT, Marrero (La.) John Ehret

Arkansas was one of the first major offers for this 6-foot-5, 300-pounder and the Razorbacks staff has done solid work in Louisiana in recent cycles. The Pelican State annually seems to have more top-notch defensive linemen than LSU can sign, so this strategy of mining Louisiana for talented prospects is a winning one.

5. Saiid Adebo, ATH, Mansfield (Texas)

Arkansas, along with Baylor, are two of the early major offers for the 6-foot-1, 177-pound athlete. He’s a prospect that many analysts and coaches are quite high on behind-the-scenes. He has good size, speed and versatility and projects to play at a high level either at wide receiver or in the secondary. He’s exactly the type of prospect an out-of-state program needs to identify and get on early in crowded Texas.