Arkansas Razorbacks: Photo Shows Top Recruit Dorial Green-Beckham May Head There

Ryan Bothmann@tripleCfanSenior Analyst IIJanuary 24, 2012

Dorial Green-Beckham is expected to announce where he'll attend college on February 1st, national signing day. A recent picture that has emerged, though, indicates that the star wide receiver may have already determined his future school.

The picture—displayed at right—shows Green-Beckham, along with other Arkansas recruits, wearing Razorbacks jerseys. The image was tweeted yesterday (h/t ky3.com) by 3-star safety recruit Kenny Orjioke, who committed to UCLA but is still considering Arkansas following a recent visit there.

Green-Beckham is shown in the middle of the picture wearing his famous No. 5.

Green-Beckham is an enormous 6'6'' and 220 pounds and set a national high school receiving record with a career total of 6353 yards.

The top recruit in the country, Green-Beckham has been targeted by many of the nation's top schools. He has narrowed down his final five choices to Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Alabama. Many people believe his final choice will come down to Arkansas and Missouri.

Green-Beckham is scheduled to visit Mizzou this weekend, but right now it looks like Arkansas could be his choice.

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