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story.lead_photo.caption Arkansas coach Chad Morris speaks with players Wednesday, March 28, 2018, during practice at the university's practice facility on campus in Fayetteville. - Photo by Andy Shupe

The Arkansas coaches are expected to work with more than 200 athletes during the two-day Razorback Overnight Camp that starts today.

One of the nation's top 2020 prospects offensive tackle Ray Curry Jr., 6-5, 315 pounds, of Memphis White Station High School plans to arrive in Fayetteville tonight and participate in the camp on Tuesday. He has more than 30 offers from schools like Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, LSU, Texas, Texas A&M and Auburn.

Hazen junior Blayne Toll, who worked out at tight end and defensive end at the Razorback Night Camp on June 3, is expected to take part in the two-day camp.

Toll, 6-5, 235, has offers from Oklahoma State, Memphis, Rutgers, Southern Miss and Carroll College while drawing interest from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Notre Dame and others.

The camp is expected to start shortly after 2.

1:09 update

2022 RB Maxwell Pace of Maumelle is here. I’m told he’s ran a 4.4 so he’s one I plan to watch.

2021 TE Jacob Norman, 6-5, 215 of Katy, Texas will be working out at the camp. His father is from Atkins and a big Razorback fan.

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