It sounds like former Reicher star Ross Rasner has quite a future at Arkansas. Check out this excerpt from an article by Tom Murphy of WholeHogSports. He's already playing as a true freshman.
Safety Ross Rasner took to the field Saturday against Georgia, bringing the total of Hogs true freshmen to play to 13.
Rasner is one of 11 scholarship freshmen to play this season for Arkansas, but the only one to debut last week, seeing action mostly on special teams. Punter Dylan Breeding and special teamer Michael Villegas are walk-on freshmen who have played.
Scholarship true freshmen to have played: receiver Cobi Hamilton, tailbacks Ronnie Wingo and Knile Davis, tight end Colton Nash, offensive tackle Anthony Oden, defensive lineman D.D.
Jones, linebackers Austin Moss and Terrell Williams, cornerbacks David Gordon and Darius Winston, and Rasner.
"Ross is going to be a real good player for us," Arkansas Coach Bobby Petrino said. "Unfortunately when he got here this summer, he was coming off a fracture in his groin area. It took him a while to really come along and get in shape and go full speed. But, boy, we really like what we see from him."