Arkansas defensive lineman Taiwan Johnson rushes quarterback Rafe Peavey during the Razorbacks' annual Red-White spring game Saturday, April 23, 2016, at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.
Here's a nugget that speaks to the depth on Arkansas' defensive front in 2016. The Razorbacks have three starters back on their defensive line, but not one currently is running with the first team at the position he played last season.
High School Sports
Fayetteville High golfer Anna Karen Witte reacts as she just misses a putt Tuesday during a triteam match with Rogers Heritage and Siloam Springs at Paradise Valley golf course in Fayetteville.
Fisher Vollendorf shot an even-par 36 over nine holes Tuesday, and teammate Kyle Robinson added a 39 as Fayetteville battled breezy conditions to post an easy, three-team match victory over Siloam Springs and Rogers Heritage at Paradise Valley Athletic Club.
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