Cameron Wrenn takes in Arkansas game

Running back Cameron Wrenn (Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow) has his college options. He has offers from Division II Central Oklahoma, Missouri Southern and Missouri Western, as well as a junior college offer from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.

Wrenn, like many other uncommitted football players, is still looking to pick up his first offer from an FBS program, and he’s hoping Arkansas will be one of the schools to pull the trigger. Wrenn was one of the many recruits in attendance for Arkansas’ final home of the season against LSU, and he said the trip was enjoyable.

“It was pretty good. It’s only a two-hour trip from Broken Arrow, but it was a good experience,” said Wrenn, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound running back. “It was another good college game to watch. I wasn’t really expecting a blowout. Week in and week out, no matter who the opponent is, you know they [Arkansas] are going to be prepared.”

Wrenn has been in contact with receivers coach Kris Cinkovich, and while the Razorbacks have yet to offer, he feels he would fit in well in the program. Arkansas currently is searching for a new head coach, but Wrenn hopes to make an impression by way of game film.

Wrenn rushed for 1,129 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior in 2011 and helped Broken Arrow advance to the Oklahoma Class 6A state title game. This season, Wrenn didn’t quite have similar numbers, but he still helped Broken Arrow advance to the Oklahoma Class 6A state quarterfinals.

“The best thing about the season was facing adversity and laying it on the line,” Wrenn said. “I’ve been in the Broken Arrow school district since I was little, and to be able to finish here was really important to me. The players on my team are like my brothers. We came up short in the playoffs, but I wouldn’t take anything back.”

Wrenn is an elusive athlete who was clocked in the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds at the Houston camp over the summer. In addition to Arkansas, Wrenn has received interest from Oklahoma State, Kansas, Tulsa and several other FBS schools.