The Arkansas Razorbacks will have another senior returning for the 2021 season.

Senior Dorian Gerald announced on his Twitter account on Tuesday that he would return next year following another injury-plagued campaign.

Gerald transferred to the Razorbacks in 2018 from junior college and made an immediate impact, recording 21 tackles and 2.5 stops for a loss despite dealing with an ankle injury that limited his playing time. However, he played in just 1 game in 2019 before suffering a bruised artery in his neck and redshirting the remainder of the year.

In 2020, he appeared in 5 games, hampered by an ankle injury suffered against Georgia in the season opener.

Gerald is the 7th Razorback senior that has announced his intent to return for another year in 2021. The group will be a large part of an Arkansas team that showed some improvement from past seasons despite finishing 3-7 under 1st-year head coach Sam Pittman.