Arkansas reportedly suffers decommitment from defensive lineman Trevis Hopper
Most programs gain commitments around the time of the spring game but unfortunately for Razorback Nation, Arkansas has instead reportedly lost a pledge without gaining any others over the last week.
According to Otis Kirk of Hawgs 247, Trevis Hopper has decommitted from Chad Morris’ program. Hopper was the first 2019 prospect to commit to the program following a weekend visit to Fayetteville back in February. Hopper has not publicly announced his decommitment but he has deleted all mention of Arkansas on his Twitter account.
The Memphis native has also deleted every single tweet on his timeline with the exception of one. Here it is, which suggests news is coming in the near future for the 6-foot-2, 260-pound prospect.
Hopper holds scholarship offers from Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Clemson, and Miami among others.
Following his decommitment, Arkansas is down to two 2019 commitments at this time. Though, considering it’s early in the 2019 recruiting period, that’s not exactly a reason to panic. Vanderbilt only has one 2019 commit, while Auburn and Mizzou both have two commits, as well.