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Arkansas adds Ethan Henderson to early top ’18 class

Ethan Henderson (adidas)
Ethan Henderson (adidas)

6′-8″ forward Ethan Henderson, a top 40 prospect in the 2018 class, made an early commitment to Arkansas on Monday.

In a rare, albeit not unprecedented feat, Arkansas now has the five members of the Arkansas Hawks 16U travelling team verbally committed, as Henderson is joined in the 2018 class by big man Reggie Perry, and guards Desi Sills and Isaiah Joe. 2019 point guard Justice Hill is also a member of that team who is committed.

Among the aforementioned five players, Henderson is the most highly-touted nationally and a prospect with tremendous upside.

With two more years left of high school, Henderson has the potential to continue to rise in the player rankings nationally, and eventually be the centerpiece of a fine recruiting class.

With four pledges in the fold for 2018, Arkansas has the (way, way too) early best class in the 2018 cycle.

Arkansas Scholarship Grid

Positions2016-20172017-20182018-20192019-2020
Point GuardsAnton Beard (Jr)Anton Beard (Sr)Justice Hill (Fr)
Darryl Macon (Jr)Darryl Macon (Sr)
WingsDusty Hannahs (Sr)Jaylen Barford (Sr)C.J. Jones (Jr)C.J. Jones (Sr)
Jaylen Barford (Jr)C.J. Jones (So)Brachen Hazen (Jr)Brachen Hazen (Sr)
C.J. Jones (Fr)Brachen Hazen (So)Khalil Garland (So)Khalil Garland (Jr)
Brachen Hazen (Fr)Khalil Garland (Fr)Darrious Hall (So)Darrious Hall (Jr)
Darrious Hall (Fr)Isaiah Joe (Fr)Isaiah Joe (So)
Desi Sills (Fr)Desi Sills (So)
PostsMoses Kingsley (Sr)Arlando Cook (Sr)Trey Thompson (Sr)Adrio Bailey (Sr)
Arlando Cook (Jr)Dustin Thomas (Sr)Adrio Bailey (Jr)Daniel Gafford (Jr)
Dustin Thomas (Jr)Trey Thompson (Jr)Daniel Gafford (So)Reggie Perry (So)
Trey Thompson (So)Adrio Bailey (So)Reggie Perry (Fr)Ethan Henderson (So)
Adrio Bailey (Fr)Daniel Gafford (Fr)Ethan Henderson (Fr)

About K.J. Hassenstab

K.J. Hassenstab is the publisher of the College Basketball Newcomers Guide book and Hoopniks.com. He founded Hoopniks.com in 2009, and has contributed to SlamOnline, Dime Magazine's HighSchoolHoop.com, and NBCSports.com, along with other publications in the past. Hassenstab has covered grassroots, high school and basketball recruiting for over a decade. Follow on Twitter, @Hoopniks.

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