After a lengthy recruitment process which included a period of unknowns, Syracuse (UT) High's Hunter Woodhall, a double-amputee who runs with prosthetic blades, signed with the University of Arkansas on Friday.
Woodhall, who earned a silver and bronze medal in the 200m and 400m at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, chose the Razorbacks over Long Beach State and North Carolina -- as well as late pushes from the University of Oregon and Brigham Young University.
Woodhall is ranked US No. 15 and Utah No. 1 in the 400m with a time of 46.56 and Utah No. 3 in the 200m with a top clocking of 21.52.