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Bentonville's Danenhauer signs, snow stops DePeel

By Henry Apple

This article was published February 2, 2011 at 12:18 p.m.


Bentonville offensive lineman Marcus Danenhauer, center, prepares to block against the Fayetteville defensive line in the first half of the Class 7A State Championship Game on Dec. 3 in War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

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Bentonville offensive lineman Marcus Danenhauer became one of 25 high school players to sign with Arkansas after he sent his letter of intent Wednesday morning.

Danenhauer (6-foot-4, 315 pounds) said he sent his fax to the university at approximately 8:30 a.m. from the Tiger Athletic Complex after the winter weather postponed this afternoon’s planned ceremony.

“It’s a great honor to go to the University of Arkansas, especially to play football,” he said. “I’ve been waiting for this day to arrive since I committed, and I’m glad to be a Razorback.”

Eight inches of snow in Bella Vista did keep DePeel (6-4, 290) from sending his letter Wednesday to Missouri State. DePeel said Missouri State is having similar problems with other athletes, and he will fax in his information as soon as he gets an opportunity to do so.


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