Opponent Scouting Report: Arkansas Razorbacks Offense, Position-By-Position

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Sep 21, 2013; Piscataway, NJ, USA; Rutgers Scarlet Knights defensive lineman Djwany Mera (93) sacks Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback AJ Derby (11) during the second half at High Points Solutions Stadium. Rutgers Scarlet Knights defeat the Arkansas Razorbacks 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

Tight Ends

Aside from running back, the strongest position on the Arkansas depth chart is tight end. Hunter Henry was a Freshman All-American in 2013 and was the only SEC tight end to have a 100-yard receiving game last season. Actually, he was one of only three freshmen in the conference to have 100 receiving yards in a game.

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Henry caught 28 passes for 409 yards last season and could play an even bigger role this year. He is a big target at 6-foot-6 and 251 pounds, and is athletic enough to be split out wide in certain formations.

Arkansas will utilize multiple tight ends, and as many as three could see the field at the same time. AJ Derby is a former quarterback that moved to the position this spring. He is naturally gifted, and provides great size at 6-foot-5. Jeremy Sprinkle is a better than average tight end and gives the Razorbacks a solid third option. Alex Voelzke and Mitchell Loewen provide additional depth.