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story.lead_photo.caption NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF Daulton Hyatt (11), Arkansas quarterback, and Devwah Whaley (21), Arkansas wide receiver, listen as Joe Craddock, Arkansas offensive coordinator, leads a drill Thursday, March 1, 2018, during Arkansas spring football practice at the Fred W. Smith Football Center in Fayetteville. - Photo by Ben Goff

— Approximately 130 athletes are expected to take part in the Razorback Elite QB/WR Academy this afternoon and evening.

The event will end around 8 p.m.

Some of the quarterbacks expected to participate include Arkansas commitment KJ Jefferson, 6-3, 210 of Sardis (Miss) North Panola, junior Jacolby Criswell, 6-1, 205 of Morrilton, junior Chandler Morris, 6-0, 175 of Highland Park in Dallas, and junior Darius Bowers, 6-3, 194 of Fayetteville.

Criswell has offers from Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Georgia, North Carolina State and others while Morris, the son of Arkansas coach Chad Morris, recently received an offer from Clemson. Bowers has offers from Southern Miss, Arkansas-Pine Bluff and UT-Martin.

Updates will be posted during the camp.

3:45 p.m.

Ashdown quarterback and 2021 Razorback baseball commit Braylon Bishop is also on hand.

There is a lot to love about Jefferson, Criswell, Morris, Bowers and Bishop.

All have big arms to go along with superior athleticism. Criswell - the younger brother of Razorback linebacker Dre Greenlaw - is likely on the verge of getting an offer from Arkansas.

Jefferson is very smooth. Certainly looks the part.

4:08 update

Redshirt freshman safety Montaric Brown is watching Bishop throw. The Ashdown crew is very tight. Hearing Buster is weighing 189. His legs look much thicker than in high school. I could see him getting to 205-210 with no problem. The summer heat has probably taken some weight off of him.

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