With just over a week remaining until national signing day, Razorback coaches are busy trying to salvage a decent 2013 recruiting class. Over the weekend, three more players were added to the list.

The Hogs received commitments from three defensive players on Sunday. Miami (Fla.) Northwestern High safety De’Andre Coley, Newton (Texas) High cornerback D.J. Dean and Suncoast (Fla.) High defensive tackle Ke’Tyrus Marks. All three took official visits to Arkansas over the weekend.

The Hogs current class is ranked at or near the bottom in the SEC by all three major recruiting services, but there are still several four and five star players that could commit before signing day. These include five star running back Alex Collins from Plantation, FL and four star offensive lineman, Denver Kirkland, from Miami, FL. Both players took their official visits to Arkansas over the weekend and both seemed to have positive experiences. Another recruit the Hogs would love to sign is North Little Rock Highs' Altee Tenpenny. He has made a soft commitment to Alabama, but there are hints he could switch to Arkansas before signing day.