Arkansas football adds more depth in secondary with latest transfer commit

Sam Pittman and Arkansas football have been on an absolute roll in the transfer portal the last few days. They received three big-time transfer commitments over the weekend and added more depth on Wednesday afternoon.

Former TCU defensive back Kee'Yon Stewart, 5-11, 185 pounds, announced that he was committed to the Razorbacks on Wednesday. On May 6, Stewart committed to Michigan State before changing his mind this week. He announced his decision to his personal Twitter account with the caption “THIS WHERE I BELONG!! #Woopig.”

Stewart is a redshirt junior without a ton of playing experience in his time with TCU. He’s only appeared in 21 games over four seasons and has recorded 46 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1.0 sacks, 9 pass breakups and a forced fumble.

Last season, he appeared in just seven games during TCU’s run to the national championship game. He even got a little bit of playing time during the championship game against Georgia, where he finished with one tackle. Stewart finished the year with 14 tackles, 3 pass breakups and a forced fumble.

The addition of Stewart isn’t going to send shockwaves through college football, but it is a solid depth piece for an Arkansas secondary that was decimated by injuries last year. Stewart has up to three seasons of eligibility left.

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