Razorback recruits from the fbi recruiting class

A new class of recruits has been added to the Razorbacks’ recruiting class, as the school announced the addition of two more players.

On Thursday, the Razorback Recruiting Service (RRS) announced the signing of two players from the 2016 class of Razorbacks.

Freshman defensive lineman Austin Tulloch-Oates and freshman linebacker Austin Waggoner-Williams will both sign with the school on March 7.

Both players will have their contracts with the Razorbirds up after the season ends.

Both Tullogoch-Oses and Waggoni-Williams played at Georgia Southern in the 2016 season and both players will compete for the starting defensive end position.

The 6-foot-5, 295-pound Tullogan-Osis will likely be playing in a 3-4 alignment for the Razorbears, while the 6-3, 230-pound Waggoners will likely play the 3-technique for the Bulldogs.

The addition of the two defensive linemen could make the RazorBears’ defense more versatile, and provide a boost for the defense in 2017.

Tulloch, who played in 13 games as a true freshman in 2016, was selected to the All-ACC second team by the media and Associated Press, and was named the top defensive tackle in the country by the 247Sports Composite.

He recorded 7.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks during his time at Georgia Tech.

Waggon, who was a key component of the Razor Backs’ national championship team in 2016 and played in nine games as an all-conference player, was the top recruit in the 2017 class.

He played in 14 games in 2016 after transferring from Florida Atlantic University, recording seven tackles for a loss and four sacks.