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Package Deal: Jarius Wright and Greg Childs Both Drafted By Vikings In Same Round
It’s interesting to note that the Minnesota Vikings drafted two wide receivers from the same school in the 4th round of this weekend’s NFL Draft (16 picks apart) in former Arkansas Razorbacks’ Jarius Wright and Greg Childs. What you might not know is that these two have been playing together since elementary school.
Published April 30, 2012 - 10:04am
SDS’ All-SEC NFL Mock Draft
Imagine NFL scouts and general managers selecting players from an SEC-only player pool for this year’s draft. Strange right? Take away Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Justin Blackmon from the top picks and what’s left? A bunch of can’t-miss, Sunday-ready defensive stars from the nation’s toughest conference patrolling a backfield — or secondary — near you.
Published March 5, 2012 - 9:00am
The ACC, Not The SEC, Has Combine’s Fastest
There’s plenty of speed to burn at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Surprisingly, most of college football’s top speedsters, thus far, aren’t from the Southeastern Conference.
Published February 28, 2012 - 7:38pm
Arkansas Wideouts Look To Improve Draft Stock
Adams and Wright are two of four Razorbacks looking to impress scouts during the week-long series of tests, drills and evaluations. Adams, believed by most to be the more NFL-ready of the two, is just outside the elite WR group, a list containing Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon, Baylor’s Kendall Wright, Michael Floyd from Notre Dame and South Carolina’s Alshon Jeffery.
Published February 9, 2012 - 9:23am
Signing Class Report Card: Arkansas Razorbacks
Next up on our analysis of the SEC 2012 classes is the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Hogs lose a ton of production at wide receiver and their best defensive player in Jake Bequette. Were they able to fill their needs? We grade the 2012 signed class for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Published February 8, 2012 - 9:28am
Hogs In High Cotton After Beating Kansas State
Arkansas had not won eleven games in a season since 1977, when they ended that year with an Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma to finish 11-1. A 29-16 decision over Kansas State Friday night in the 76th Annual Cotton Bowl, earned the Hogs win number 11 for the first time in thirty-four years.
Published January 7, 2012 - 5:24pm
After LSU Loss, Arkansas Looks To Cotton Or Capital One Bowl
Arkansas will find out Sunday evening, Dec 4, whether they will play in the Cotton Bowl or the Capital One Bowl. A trip to Dallas probably means a clash with Kansas State. A date in Orlando, and the Razorbacks could play one of four teams: Wisconsin, Penn St, Michigan, or Michigan St.
Published November 28, 2011 - 1:16pm
Happy Thanksgiving: Cochon de Lait Time
But the question isn’t whether the Tigers will score or not. They will. The real must see TV on Friday is the LSU secondary versus Tyler Wilson and his aerial assault team. It will be a war between the SEC’s best QB and the best secondary. The highlight will be the battle between Morris Claiborne and Jarius Wright. This clash will be just as epic as Patrick Peterson vs. Julio Jones as both are the best in the SEC at their positions.
Published November 24, 2011 - 8:04am
Arkansas Crushes Mississippi State, Improves To 10-1
With Arkansas’ 44-17 victory over MSU (Arkansas’ 12th win out of the last 13 meetings, & 3rd in a row), the Razorbacks improve to 10-1 on the season, and very well are ranked #3 in the latest AP Poll.
Published November 20, 2011 - 5:55pm
After Thumping Vols, Hogs Look Ahead To Miss State
Adams scored on special teams and with a reception. Wright scored a touchdown to go along with his 5 catches for 94 yards. Running Back Broderick Green scored, RB De’Anthony Curtis scored, safety Tramain Thomas nabbed an interception, and DE Jake Bequette had a sack. These players will be missed in 2012, but they have helped lay the foundation for future success at the University of Arkansas.
Published November 16, 2011 - 9:03am