Whatever happens record-wise in Arkansas this fall, the offense is sure to be rejuvenated under first-year head coach Chad Morris.
Morris is bringing a wide-open style of play to Fayetteville, and on Tuesday, he landed an experienced receiver to add to the mix.
As you can see below, former Kansas WR Chase Harrell announced he was heading to Arkansas to join the Razorbacks on his Twitter page:
Coming for Everything This Year! Thank you @coachchadmorris @coachcraddock @coachjstepp @_kbolden for the opportunity… Y’all getting a Man on a Mission #HammerDown #WPS #TunnelVision pic.twitter.com/gRoLuGAxp0
— dec. 17 (@1ChaseHarrell) June 12, 2018
As a graduate transfer, Harrell will be eligible to play right away. He’s a redshirt junior, so he’ll have two years of eligibility left.
Harrell had 25 catches for 221 yards and three touchdowns in 2017, the second-most touchdowns of all the Jayhawk receivers.