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Fayetteville wide receiver Brad Culp, who had 4 catches for 151 yards and a touchdown in Thursday night's Arkansas High School Coaches All-Star football game, has decided to walk on for the Razorbacks despite having scholarship options at other places.

Despite having scholarship offers from several schools, Fayetteville High all-state wide receiver Brad Culp has decided to stay close to home and walk on at Arkansas. Culp (6-1, 180, 4.3), who had 65 catches for 1,273 yard receiving and 13 touchdowns his senior season, chose the Razorbacks over Ole Miss, North Carolina and Arkansas State. In addition, Culp was offered track scholarships by... Recommended Stories

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