Discussion in 'Overdrive' started by Raidernation, Aug 26, 2012.
22 scholarships The difference makers of 2013 KNILE DAVIS
Davis was outstanding for the Hogs last season and he'll need to be twice as good this year if Arkansas wants to be SEC champs. While leading the nation in carries Knile set the tone every Saturday and looks to do the same this season BRANDON MITCHELL
Mitchell was forced into action last year when start Tyler Wilson went down with a torn shoulder muscle. In 2013 Mitchell will command an up and coming group of receivers behind a top notch O-line. With two of division one's top RB's Mitchell just has to manage the game and he'll be fine. RONNIE WINGO
Known as the "liquid battering ram" for his fluid moves and his punishing style of running, Ronnie Wingo sat out last year with eligibility issues. Now fresh, Wingo is out to prove to the world he's one of the best ...... Too bad he's #2 JERRY MITCHELL & TEVIN MITCHEL
Both starters from a year ago, these two are aiming to captivate the fans week in and week out with their aggressive style of play and athletic ability. Jerry is the Starting free safety but he'll spend a lot of time at nickel because of his cover ability. Tevin is the Razorbacks top corner and is talented as they come, these guys will need to play their best this year, the fans in Fayetteville will not be disappointed. BYRAN JONES
The sack monster, Jones blazed to the top of the sack leader board with 13.5 registered. He has returned this season for one thing a national championship. He told the AP that he personally will end FSU's dominance against the Hogs one snap at a time, in the picture above he was sending a message to the FSU hopeful BRING IT !!!!! ERIC BENNETT
The General of the Arkansas Razorback defense, Bennett will make all the calls himself this year, a first for a player. He majored in Strategic Studies and Defense Analysis and already has graduated valedictorian of his class last year. So he's just here to play some football. WOO PIG SOOWIE
Arkansas recruiting has been quite not as fruitful as I hoped it would be...... heres an update
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