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UA wanting more out of its receivers

Posted: April 24, 2014 at 3:53 a.m.

Arkansas receiver Keon Hatcher runs drills during practice Thursday, March 20, 2014 in Fayetteville.

Only one of Arkansas’ top eight pass catchers last season — junior Keon Hatcher — is a returning wide receiver.

Catching On

Arkansas’ projected top pass catchers at wideout in 2014 and their receiving totals last season:

PLAYER HT. WT. CLASS REC-YDS TDS

Keon Hatcher 6-2 210 Jr. 27-346 2

Demetrius Wilson* 6-3 186 Sr. 9-117 1

D’Arthur Cowan 6-3 186 Jr. 4-26 0

Eric Hawkins 6-0 180 So. 3-32 0

Drew Morgan 6-0 193 So. 0-0 0

Jared Cornelius 6-1 192 Fr. 0-0 0

Cody Hollister 6-4 205 So. 0-0 0

Kendrick Edwards 6-6 205 Fr. 0-0 0

JoJo Robinson 6-0 185 Fr. 0-0 0

*2012 statistics

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Sports, Pages 17 on 04/24/2014

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