Muss Bus is in full swing

Arkansas basketball takes no days off. They even kick boxed and climbed rock walls in their free time.

Arkansas Guard/Forward Moses Moody is looking to become the first lottery pick in Razorback history. After signing with Klutch Sports Agency, he and five other players in the 2021 NBA Draft competed at Klutch’s Pro Day earlier in the week. He looked like a lottery pick among the others.

Arkansas is also among finalists for Oral Roberts transfer Kevin Obanor. Obanor is a familiar name to Razorback fans because the hogs beat Oral Roberts twice last season, once in December and once in the Sweet 16. Arkansas and Texas Tech are the two finalists for his services. If he were to join the hogs, they would be pushed immediately into pre-season top five conversation and would be one of if not the clear favorite to win the SEC. Obanor would join fellow transfers Au’Diese Toney (Pittsburgh), Stanley Umude (South Dakota), Chris Lykes (Miami), Jaxson Robinson (Texas A&M). (Update: Obanor has committed to Texas Tech).

Multiple reports confirmed Arkansas will meet Kansas State in their opener in the 2021 Hall of Fame Classic on November 22 at 9 PM ET on ESPN2. The Razorbacks will play either Cincinnati or Illinois the following day. Here is their updated schedule as far as we know for 2021-2022:

11/13 Gardner-Webb
11/22 Kansas State (Kansas City,MO) (Hall of Fame Classic)
11/23 Cincinnati/Illinois (Kansas City,MO) (Hall of Fame Classic)
12/1 Central Arkansas
12/11 Oklahoma (Tulsa,OK)
12/21 Elon
1/29 West Virginia (Big 12/SEC Challenge)

Arkansas landed the top player from Alabama, four-star wing Barry Dunning (no. 77) and four-star combo guard Derrian Ford (no. 50), the third ranked player in Arkansas according to 247Sports.

In the most recent way-too-early ESPN Top 25, the hogs are ranked 13 and seeded number 4 in the south region in Joe Lunardi’s latest Bracketology.

By Carter Huff

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