After a weekend visit to Auburn, Edmond Santa Fe safety Khari Harding switched his commitment to the Tigers.
Harding had been committed to Arkansas since June, after John L. Smith was named the Razorbacks coach following the firing of Bobby Petrino.
As Arkansas struggled this season, though, Harding kept his options open, taking visits to other schools.
Before his commitment to the Razorbacks, Harding had been recruited to Arkansas State by Gus Malzahn.
When Malzahn took over at Auburn, he picked back up in recruiting Harding.
Harding is the second state player to commit to Arkansas and wind up switching to another school. Tulsa Washington's Dominique Alexander was committed to Arkansas before switching to Oklahoma.
Harding, an Oklahoman All-Stater, had 109 tackles and three sacks as a senior.
HANSEN PICKS UP A&M OFFER
Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen picked up yet another offer Sunday when Texas A&M joined the list of schools offering the 2014 prospect.
The Aggies join Arizona State, Missouri and Arkansas in offering Hansen.
With the success of Heisman Trophy-winning Johnny Manziel in Kevin Sumlin's system in College Station, the A&M offer figures to be an attractive one.
An Oklahoman All-Stater as a junior, Hansen threw for 3,079 yards and 36 touchdowns with just nine interceptions. He also ran for 773 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Hansen was recently invited to play in the 2014 Under Armour All-American Game in Florida.
WETUMKA'S MOORE COMMITS TO NORTHEASTERN STATE
Wetumka running back Derrick Moore recently committed to Northeastern State University.
Moore (5-foot-9, 200 pounds) had a monster senior year, rushing for 1,685 yards and 27 touchdowns. He had 28 touchdowns overall.
Moore also had 80 tackles, a pair of sacks and an interception on defense.
His commitment his nonbinding. Moore can sign beginning Feb. 6.
COLLINSVILLE WINS HANCOCK MEMORIAL
Collinsville won the 36th annual Jay Hancock Memorial Invitational on Saturday at Yukon.
The Cardinals finished with 292 points, ahead of second-place Allen, Texas, at 270.5. Edmond North finished third with 225.5. Perry and Muskogee rounded out the top five.
Collinsville's Christian Moody (106), Davion Jeffries (113), Gary Harding (138) and Zach Abkemeier (170) won titles.
Edmond North's Dixon triplets — Lance, Joel and Andrew Dixon each won their weight class.
Yukon's Boo Lewallen won at 120, Putnam City's Keegan Moore took the 132 title and Deer Creek's Tyler Follis won at heavyweight.