Why Phil Kornblutt recruited Arkansas basketball recruiting

The recruitment of Arkansas basketball recruits is still going on, but it’s not over yet.

The Wildcats were the subject of an investigation by the NCAA’s enforcement office, which is still probing the team’s recruitment practices.

The investigation was first reported by ESPN’s Mike Conley.

The NCAA has not confirmed the report, but the NCAA has confirmed that the investigation into Arkansas basketball has been ongoing.

The news comes after the NCAA announced it was taking steps to crack down on recruiting violations by recruiting agencies and that it would investigate the recruiting activities of the Wildcats.

This is not the first time that the NCAA is investigating recruiting, but for the first two years of its investigation into recruiting, it focused on the recruitment of prospects that were already on the team.

The team is expected to be the subject and subject of the investigation.

While the investigation of Arkansas is ongoing, the Wildcats have been recruiting since at least 2012, when they signed a six-year deal with Arkansas head coach Rick Barnes.

During the 2015-16 season, Arkansas signed four-star shooting guard Brandon Davis, who is listed at 6-foot-9, 215 pounds.

Davis, a three-star recruit, played in four games with the Wildcats last season, scoring eight points on 3-of-7 shooting, with a team-high five rebounds.

The 6-6, 225-pound Davis is the No. 1 shooting guard in the class of 2017 and the No, 8 prospect in the 2017 class.

The Arkansas Class of 2017 has been ranked No. 6 in the country in 247Sports composite rankings.

The 2018 class is expected not to be a recruiting disaster for the Wildcats, and it is likely that they will sign a quality high school player this summer.