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Arkansas freshman guard BJ Young is exploring whether to enter the NBA draft.
Razorbacks coach Mike Anderson said Friday that Young has not hired an agent. Young has until April 10 to decide if he'll remain eligible for the NBA draft or return for his sophomore season. He is still enrolled at Arkansas.
Young led the Razorbacks and all Southeastern Conference freshmen this season by averaging 15.3 points per game. The 6-foot-3 guard shot 50.4 percent from the floor and was named second-team All-SEC.
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Arkansas running back Knile Davis didn't take part in contact drills during the team's first spring scrimmage on Friday.
The practice was the first open one this spring for the Razorbacks, who were 11-2 last season and won the Cotton Bowl over Kansas State.
Davis, returning to the field after an ankle injury cost him all of last season, has taken part in all of the Razorbacks...
There are so many intriguing story lines emanating from Arkansas Razorback spring football practice this year, it’s hard to pick just one to concentrate on. But one that might get overlooked when it definitely shouldn’t is the quality of freshmen Bobby Petrino and his staff have stockpiled on the Razorback roster. In particular, the redshirt freshmen on the roster from what was...
Knile Davis' return to contact will have to wait just a bit longer for Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino.
The Razorbacks took part in their first scrimmage of the spring on Friday, but Davis didn't take part in contact drills during the team's first scrimmage.
The practice was the first open one this spring for the Razorbacks, who were 11-2 last season and won the Cotton...
In two hours of intense scrimmaging Friday afternoon at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, head coach Bobby Petrino got some good, some bad, and a little bit of ugly from his players in their first full scrimmage of the spring.
First note from the afternoon: Petrino wisely opted to let star tailback Knile Davis sit out the full contact portion of the afternoon workout. Davis...
Arkansas defensive end Chris Smith (6-3, 251), who got a sack during Friday's scrimmage and hurried the quarterback several other times, led the Razorbacks' defensive ends in tackles last season and has plans to make an even bigger step forward as a junior.