Scott Satterfield’s staff is now 0-for-2 when it comes to acquiring a quarterback via the graduate transfer market.
Roughly 48-hours after visiting Louisville, SMU transfer Ben Hicks has announced that he will finish his collegiate career at Arkansas.
Looking forward to playing my final season of college football in Fayetteville! @RazorbackFB
Excited to get to work!
— Ben Hicks (@8Hicks) January 14, 2019
Hicks visited both Louisville and Arkansas over the weekend, but wound up choosing to reunite with his former head coach Chad Morris.
Satterfield also pursue Ball State QB transfer Riley Neal, but he later committed to Vanderbilt.
Louisville is currently one of three teams in the mix for Ohio State QB transfer Tate Martell. He has visited West Virginia and Miami thus far and will be in Louisville on Wednesday and Thursday. Martell is a standard transfer, which means he’ll have to sit out in 2019.<
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