After picking up four new pledges on Saturday, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema would’ve been forgiven if his program’s recruiting efforts had quieted down before the frenzy of National Signing Day arrives. But the Razorbacks continued full steam ahead on Monday morning, picking up a commitment from in-state wide receiver Tobias Enlow.
Enlow, a three-star prospect out of North Little Rock (Ark.) High School, announced his decision via Twitter and wrote that it allows him to “fulfill my childhood dream.” The 6-foot-1, 188-pounder missed his senior season because of an ACL injury, but that did not deter the Razorbacks from pursuing him as a preferred walk-on, according to 247sports’ Otis Kirk. Former Alabama running back Altee Tenpenny, a North Little Rock alumnus, is also mentioned in the message (“R.I.P. Altee”) — Tenpenny died last fall in a single-car accident.
Enlow, who also held offers from Southeast Missouri State and Central Arkansas, took an unofficial visit to Fayetteville during the weekend of Jan. 15, per Kirk. He is rated the 19th-best prospect in the state of Arkansas.
All rankings and ratings according to 247Sports.
— Tobias Enlow (@TobiasEnlow) February 1, 2016