St. Louis prep tailback Ronnie Wingo (6-3, 212) is one of 19 official visitors this weekend to the…
Saturday Night at Bud Walton Arena
An Arkansas student holds up a sign meant for Razorback football recruit Ronnie Wingo, who is one of 19 grid prospects on official visits to Fayetteville this weekend.
There were signs for each of the recruits that were making visits.
Jarvis Varnado grabs a rebound as Michael Washington and others look on.
Former Southeast Elite AAU teammates Courtney Fortson and Romero Osby mix it up.
Monk looks to pass over Kodi Augustus.
Rotnei Clarke, who had 14 points, shoots a jumper.
Jason Henry drives to the basket against Mississppi State's Jarvis Varnado, who leads the nation in blocks with 87 and had five of those on Saturday night.
Fortson looks for an open teammate as three Mississippi State defenders converge on him.
Fortson and Barry Stewart battle as Welsh looks on.
Arkansas players Steven Cox, Michael Washington, Michael Sanchez and Marcus Monk react near the end of the game.
John Pelphrey reacts during the game.
A fan shows his dejection.
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