The worst kept secret in Arkansas is out, Brad Davis has officially joined the Razorback program.

The former Missouri offensive line coach will go down as Sam Pittman’s first hire in Fayetteville as the two have been actively recruiting for the Razorback program in recent days.

According to Tom Murphy of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Davis will make $550,000 per year to coach for the Razorbacks. Davis signed his offer letter to coach at Arkansas on Monday.

Davis served two seasons in Columbia as the program’s offensive line coach and also has experience coaching the offensive line at Florida. Davis played for Oklahoma and won a national championship with the Sooners.

During his time at Missouri, Davis coached offensive guard  Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms into becoming an All-SEC selection. Wallace-Simms was the first Missouri offensive lineman to accomplish that feat since the 2013 season.

Davis is a native of Baton Rouge.