LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- THV 11's Mark Edwards sits down with former Arkansas Razorback wide
receiver Anthony Lucas to analyze the wide receiver, running back and
tight end prospects from the University of Arkansas headed to the NFL
Cobi Hamilton finished his time at the University of Arkansas with one of the most productive seasons yet. As a senior, he had 90 catches for 1,335 yards. He finished with five touchdowns as one of quarterback Tyler Wilson's favorite targets in 2012. Hamilton also earned first-team All-Conference honors and third-team All-American honors.
Tight end Chris Gragg had a lingering knee injury to deal with throughout his senior year at the University of Arkansas. He only played in five games in 2012, catching just 22 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns.
There are plenty of questions in this year's draft surrounding running back Knile Davis. Davis was injured in some capacity every year during his collegiate career at the University of Arkansas. He missed two games due to injury this season. During his senior year, Davis had only 112 carries for 377 yards. He finished the season with two touchdowns.
Click the video to what Anthony Lucas thinks of each of these former Razorbacks draft and future NFL potential.