Micah Tease commits to Arkansas

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Micah Tease commits to Arkansas

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Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington Four Star Wide Receiver tease micah committed to the Arkansas Razorbacks. Tease, 5-11, 180, went public with his decision on CBSSPORTS HQ just after 7pm on July 4th, becoming the Hogs’ 20th signing of the Class of 2023.

Tease is Arkansas’ second verbal commitment of the day, joining the three-star offensive lineman from East St. Louis, Illinois Paris Pattersonwho went public with his commitment at around 5 p.m

Tease was recruited to the mound by wide receivers coach Kenny Guton. He’s the Razorbacks’ first wide receiver engagement this year.

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The Tulsa native made several unofficial trips to Fayetteville this spring with his close friend and close associate in Arkansas Luke Hasz by Bixby (Okla.). Tease was back in Fayetteville for an official visit over the weekend of June 24th. He also made official visits to Notre Dame and USC in early June.

Tease’s bid list also included Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Alabama, Florida, Iowa State, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Penn State, TCU and many others.

Tease’s involvement gives Arkansas two of the top four players in Oklahoma state for this year’s cycle, as Hasz is ranked No. 2 in the state while Tease is ranked No. 4 on the 247Sports Composite rankings.

The addition of Patterson and Tease on Monday moves the class from Arkansas past Georgia to No. 6 in the nation and No. 1 in the SEC.

In addition to Tease, Arkansas’ Class of 2023 includes eight other offensive commitments at the four-star quarterback Malachi Singleton from Kennesaw (Ga.) North Cobb, three-star running back Isaiah Augustave from Naples (Fla.), a trio of four-star tight ends in Shamar Easter from Ashdown (Ark), Luke Hasz from Bixby (Okla.), and Jaden Hamm by Eudora (Can.), four-star offensive lineman Luke Brown of Paris (Tenn.) Henry County, three-star offensive lineman Paris Patterson from East St. Louis (Illinois) and three-star offensive lineman Joey Su’a from Bentonville (Ark).

The defensive class includes four-star defenders Quincy Rhodes Jr.. from North Little Rock (Ark.), three-star defender Stephen Johnson from Fayetteville (Ga.) Whitewater, three-star fullback Ian Geffard by Mableton (Ga.) Whitefield Academy, three-star defensive end Caleb James from Mansfield (Texas), four-star edge rusher Carson Dean from Carrollton (Texas) Hebron, three-star linebacker Alex Sandford of Oxford (Miss.), three-star cornerback RJ JohnsonThree Star Security Christian Ford from McKinney (Texas), Three Star Security TJ Metcalf from Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley, safety without rank Dylan Hasz by Bixby (Okla.) and three-star cornerback Dallas Young from Gardendale (Ala.).

HawgSports will learn more about Tease’s involvement and his importance to the Razorbacks roster. Here’s an updated look at Arkansas’ current wide receiver depth ahead of the 2022 season:

Planned list of scholarships for 2022

4 stars Jaquayln Crawford (5-10, 181, R-Sr.)

4 stars Warren Thompson (6-3, 193, R-Sr.)

3 stars Matt Lander (6-5, 200, S-Sr.)

5 Stars Jadon Hasselwood (6-3, 211, R Jr.)

NO Harper Cole (5-9, 176, R-Sun.)

4 stars Ketron Jackson (6-2, 209, Sun.)

3 stars Landon Rogers (6-4, 215, R-Fr.)

3 stars Bryce Stephens (6-0, 173, R-Fr.)

3 stars Jaedon Wilson (6-3, 180, R-Fr.)

3 stars Quincey McAdoo (6-2, 182, Fr.)

4 stars Isaiah Sategna (5-11, 170, Fr.)

4 stars Samuel Mbake (6-3, 195, Fr.)

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