Biggest challenge: Long-term viability. Musselman has mostly done short-term turnarounds. At Nevada, he improved the Wolf Pack by 15 wins in his first season and totaled 110 wins in four seasons in Reno. And he did it primarily with transfers. Arkansas is going to be different. Musselman will have to hit the high school circuit a bit harder in recruiting, especially within the state. The state of Arkansas consistently produces talent, and many of those kids want to stay home. Musselman has to keep it that way.
Early returns: Musselman has mostly hit the transfer market during the early part of his tenure in Fayetteville. The Razorbacks have already landed four transfers, including two eligible next season in SMU's Jimmy Whitt and UNC Wilmington's Jeantal Cylla. They also pulled in Jacksonville transfer JD Notae and California transfer Connor Vanover. They might not be done yet, either. In 2020, Musselman and his staff are working hard to get involved with top-tier prospects -- including Kyree Walker, whom they recruited at Nevada. More racersfanatics.com Brion Sanchious Jersey Brion Whitley Jersey