Four-star Noreel White commits to Arkansas
Arkansas has gone into Mississippi and landed a four-star prospect to their 2024 recruiting class. Ocean Springs (Miss.) St. Martin wide receiver Noreel White announced for the Razorbacks over a host of offers from other SEC programs.
White becomes the third member of Sam Pittman‘s early 2024 haul. He joins four-star defensive end Kavion Henderson and three-star defensive tackle Dion Sutts, setting the foundation for Arkansas to make some noise this cycle.
Rivals.com caught up with White to get more insight on his commitment to the Razorbacks.
IN HIS OWN WORDS
Why Arkansas: “The love from everyone,” White told Rivals about what stood out about the Razorbacks. “As soon as I got (to campus), they made me feel like I belong in the program.”
Their pitch: “Making sure I play both sides (of the ball),” said White. “That’s what I always wanted to do at the next level and it gives more film for NFL scouts to observe me on.”
Relationship with Marcus Woodson: “He’s kind of like my uncle,” White said. “He grew up with my dad. He’s from the same place that I’m from, so we clicked instantly.”
WHAT IT MEANS
Arkansas was able to go into enemy territory and come away with a blue-chip prospect out of the Magnolia State. LSU, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss were all involved in White’s recruitment, but the Razorbacks found a way to win a key SEC recruiting battle.
Co-defensive coordinator Marcus Woodson led the way on the trail, ultimately sealing the deal for Arkansas. The opportunity to potentially play wide receiver and defensive back also played an important role in White opting to shut things down in his recruitment.
Now, his attention has turned to recruiting Rivals250 athlete and fellow Mississippi prospect Daniel Hill – who can also play either side of the ball – to Fayetteville with him.
Ranked as a four-star prospect, Noreel White has established himself a blue-chip prospect in the 2024 recruiting cycle. He has flashed big-time ability out wide as a pass catcher while also showcasing some upside as a defender in the secondary.
Arkansas is attracted to White’s versatility. Regardless of where he ultimately settles in at on the next level, White has the talent and ability to develop into a difference maker in the Southeastern Conference.
Noreel White is ranked as the No. 47 wide receiver nationally and No. 13 prospect in Mississippi for the 2024 recruiting cycle. His commitment provides the Razorbacks with a significant victory on the trail.
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