Arkansas Receiving Corps Could Be Best In School History

Posted by Roger Gowens on August-22-2009 Add Comments

When it comes to receivers, the University of Arkansas does not have a long, illustrious history. Sure there have been standouts: Chuck Dicus in the ‘60s, Bobby Duckworth, who played in the NFL in the ‘80s, and Anthonys Eubanks and Lucas in the ‘90s.

Don't say Lance Alworth or Gary Anderson, however. Alworth, who is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame, played running back at Arkansas, as did Anderson, mostly.

Yes, there were a few Arkansas receivers who played in the NFL way back like Preston Carpenter, but only a handful of Hog pass catchers have ever scratched the 50 mark in receptions for a season.

In fact, the Razorbacks have been such groundhogs since Frank Broyles went ultra-conser...

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