Elite edge rushers. Interior game-wreckers. Playmaking wide receivers. These are Matt Bowen's top SEC prospects in the Class of 2019.
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Pro Football Focus picks the under-the-radar prospects they like more than the general consensus. Here's why they could be draft steals.
- Former A&M quarterback Starkel picks Arkansas
- WR Pettway becomes latest to leave Arkansas
- SMU QB Hicks joins ex-coach Morris at Arkansas
- Ex-Arkansas QB Kelley heading to SE Louisiana
Ready for spring football games? We thought so. It's an important weekend for Clemson, LSU and several other high-profile programs.
Nick Starkel, who made five starts as a redshirt freshman in 2017 and served as the backup to Kellen Mond for the Aggies in 2018, will join the Razorbacks this summer as a graduate transfer.
The SEC is the undisputed leader in the 2019 recruiting cycle, boasting the top three teams in the class rankings and having 13 of its 14 teams ranked in the top 50.
How will this year's group of transfer quarterbacks affect the 2019 season? It all starts with Jalen Hurts at Oklahoma.
Leading Arkansas wide receiver La'Michael Pettway is leaving to play his senior season elsewhere as a graduate transfer, becoming at least the 10th player to leave the Razorbacks since their 2-10 season.
Former SMU quarterback Ben Hicks is rejoining his former coach Chad Morris, opting to join Arkansas as a graduate transfer.
Cole Kelley, who started this season as the starter for the Arkansas Razorbacks before Ty Storey took over as quarterback, is transferring to Southeastern Louisiana, an FCS school.
The SEC has busted the curve at the midterm point with three teams earning A-plus grades.
Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill & Tom VanHaaren react to a dominant early signing period for the SEC (1:35), a big message from Oregon (18:30), the schools that came up short (23:45) and much more.
Arkansas LB Demetrius Walker has been suspended after being arrested for delivery of marijuana, possession with intent to deliver, and simultaneous possession of drugs and guns.
Cole Kelley has announced he's leaving Arkansas after opening the season as the team's starting quarterback and finishing it as a scout-team tight end.
Kamren Curl and Ryan Pulley have been suspended by Arkansas after the two defensive backs were seen fraternizing with members of the Mississippi State spirit squad prior to the Razorbacks' 52-6 loss.