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2018 Arkansas Razorbacks prospect primer

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2018 Arkansas Razorbacks prospect primer

Below are notable Arkansas Razorbacks players eligible for the 2018 NFL Draft. Arkansas has a tough schedule in the SEC West, but they always bring the ground and pound fight to their opponents. This year should be no different.


Quarterback Austin Allen – 6’1”, 215 lbs. – Senior

Allen understands how to dissect defensive coverages and anticipate which route will be open. The Arkansas Razorbacks’ pro-style offense will give him experience running an NFL prototypical offense. If he cuts down his interceptions, he should be another QB in the thick of draft conversations.

NOV 19 Arkansas at Mississippi State

Arkansas Razorbacks offensive lineman Frank Ragnow (72) in the game. (Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire)

Offensive Lineman Frank Ragnow – 6’5”, 317 lbs.- Senior

Ragnow could have declared for the draft last year. This season, he will be one of the top offensive linemen of this class. His big frame is rare for a center but his power gets the run game moving from the inside out.

Wide Receiver Jared Cornelius – 5’11”, 212 lbs. – Senior

Cornelius has the speed to be a deep threat. Also, he has shown great concentration catching passes in traffic, which is why he averaged 16.1 yards per catch last season. He will be a featured target for QB Allen and should have a break out season.


Defensive Back Henre’ Toliver – 6’1”, 185 lbs. – Senior

Toliver shows good reactionary skills while in zone coverage. His awareness of route concepts and fight through the entire play should improve his 6 pass deflections from last season.

Roger Dixon Jr

Roger is a native of Orlando, FL. After excelling in DII football his first 2 seasons, he fulfilled his lifelong dream of playing on the Florida Gators football team, where he was named Special Teams Player of the Year and Team Captain. He earned his degree in Economics from UF's Warrington College of Business. Roger brings a passion for football and unique perspective of what it takes to be successful in football at the highest level.

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