If you missed the news from Tuesday, Arkansas landed a graduate transfer receiver from Kansas named Chase Harrell. The new Razorback receiver has two seasons of college football left to be played after posting 25 catches for 221 yards and three touchdowns last season.
Considering the massive success Chad Morris and his coaching staff have experienced with receivers in the past, any time they target a player at the position, you have to assume that player has some potential to be unearthed. In the video clip below, it appears to is indeed the case with Harrell.
In one of the more athletic catches you’ll see, Harrell made a diving, one-handed touchdown catch in the end zone for Kansas last season. It’s an impressive display of athleticism and should clue you into the reason Morris wanted to add Harrell to his first Razorback roster.
Don’t be surprised to see Harrell’s production skyrocket in the new Arkansas pass-heavy offense. If he continues to make plays like this, the Razorback quarterbacks are going to be targetting him early and often:
— Kansas Football (@KU_Football) September 2, 2017