FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas is looking for playmakers to replace the talented receiving trio of Joe Adams, Greg Childs and Jarius Wright.
The three former Razorbacks receivers were each taken in the fourth round of April's NFL draft, following careers in which they combined for 465 catches and 7,410 yards.
Senior receiver Cobi Hamilton and tight end Chris Gragg top Arkansas' returning threats after combining for 75 catches last season. The two will be counted on following the loss of Adams, Childs and Wright - along with the dismissal of receiver Marquel Wade following his arrest for burglary in May.
Juniors Javontee Herndon and Julian Horton are also expected to see more action, along with junior college transfer Demetrius Wilson.
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