The Arkansas Razorbacks may not have flooded the first two rounds of the last few NFL drafts, but they’ve appeared as frequently on draft boards as nearly any other program in America aside from perennial powers like Alabama, LSU, USC and so on.

The Razorbacks have had 30 players taken in the last 10 drafts, including at least four draftees in five of those 10 drafts (and the last three in succession from 2012-14). The Razorbacks biggest knock as far as the draft is concerned is their lack of high-round selections through the years. Arkansas claims four first-round selections in that time, which isn’t bad, but it only claims six draftees in the last 10 years picked anywhere in the first 65 picks.

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This year, the Razorbacks are likely to send another handful of players into the NFL, the first crop of Hogs that head coach Bret Bielema had multiple years to develop.

All-SEC defensive end Trey Flowers is likely to be Arkansas’ highest draft pick this year, although many have slotted him as a second- or third-round pick. Linebacker Martrell Spaight and defensive tackle Darius Philon are expected to go in the mid-to-late rounds (fifth or sixth), and if a fourth Hog is drafted it’ll likely be tight end A.J. Derby and likely in the seventh round.

Take a look at the 30 NFL draft picks Arkansas has produced in the last decade:

2014 (4)

C Travis Swanson (Detroit Lions, third round)
LB Chris Smith (Jacksonville Jaguars, fifth round)
FB Kiero Small (Seattle Seahawks, seventh round)
K Zach Hocker (Washington Redskins, seventh round)

2013 (4)

RB Knile Davis (Kansas City Chiefs, third round)
QB Tyler Wilson (Oakland Raiders, fourth round)
WR Cobi Hamilton (Cincinnati Bengals, sixth round)
TE Chris Gragg (Buffalo Bills, seventh round)

2012 (4)

DE Jake Bequette (New England Patriots, third round)
WR Joe Adams (Carolina Panthers, fourth round)
WR Jarius Wright (Minnesota Vikings, fourth round)
WR Greg Childs (Minnesota Vikings, fourth round)

2011 (3)

QB Ryan Mallett (New England Patriots, third round)
TE D.J. Williams (Green Bay Packers, fifth round)
OT DeMarcus Love (Minnesota Vikings, sixth round)

2010 (1)

OG Mitch Petrus (New York Giants, fifth round)

2009 (1)

C Jonathan Luigs (Cincinnati Bengals, fourth round)

2008 (6)

RB Daren McFadden (Oakland Raiders, first round)
RB Felix Jones (Dallas Cowboys, first round)
DT Marcus Harrison (Chicago Bears, third round)
OT Nate Garner (Miami Dolphins, seventh round)
RB Peyton Hillis (Denver Broncos, seventh round)
WR Marcus Monk (New York Giants, seventh round)

2007 (4)

DE Jamaal Anderson (Atlanta Falcons, first round)
CB Chris Houston (Atlanta Falcons, second round)
OT Tony Ugoh (Indianapolis Colts, second round)
DT Keith Jackson (St. Louis Rams, seventh round)

2006 (1)

CB Vickiel Vaughn (San Francisco 49ers, seventh round)

2005 (2)

WR Matt Jones (Jacksonville Jaguars, first round)
DE Jeb Huckeba (Seattle Seahawks, fifth round)