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Ricky Stromberg drafts for the 2023 NFL Draft

Ricky Stromberg drafts for the 2023 NFL Draft


Arkansas Center Ricky Stromberg He announced that he will enter the 2023 NFL Draft. The Tulsa (Ok.) senior announced the decision on his Twitter account Tuesday night.

“First I want to give all the glory to Jesus Christ,” Stromberg said. “He has blessed me so much the past four years at the University of Arkansas. I want to thank my mom, dad, Scotty, Tim and Bonnie for everything they have done for me and for being such an amazing support group my entire life. I love them so much.

“I want to thank Coach Bateman, Coach Kennedy, Coach Brad Davis and many more for helping me get to where I am today. They have pumped so much into me as a player and I wouldn’t even have this opportunity without them.

“To the Arkansas fans, thank you. You have made the past four years unforgettable and I will cherish every moment I have had here. With that being said, I have decided to announce for the 2023 NFL Draft. Woo Big!”

Stromberg has started at center for the Hogs in all 25 games over the past two seasons. He was a second-team All-SEC selection in 2021 and led every Razorback offensive lineman this season with an offensive grade of 81.6 PFF.

Draft Transfer Portal and NFL Updates

Below is the complete list of scholarship players for the Razorbacks who entered the gate, left the team, or announced plans to enter the transfer gate this off-season. HawgSports will continue to provide updates on all the latest updates on any gate events with the Arkansas Razorbacks. Here is the updated scholarship distribution chart.

c Ricky Stromberg (NFL)

Stromberg decided to forgo his last year of eligibility, which was awarded to him during the pandemic. Stromberg has started 44 games for the Hogs during his four years on campus, including all 12 games this fall. Stromberg was a second-team selection in 2021.

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s Red Power (outlet)

Bauer announced that he planned to enter the transfer portal for the final year of his eligibility. He has been a key member of Arkansas’ special teams in his career, serving as the team’s primary punter for most of the past three seasons. He split time in the position with freshman Max Fletcher during the 2022 season.

DB Khary Johnson (outlet)

Johnson is a native of Boston and came to Arkansas from Connecticut’s Suffield Academy as a somewhat late shortstop in the class of 2020. He also received a late offer from Georgia. Johnson has assisted at cornerback and safety in each of his three seasons with the Hogs, but has never broken out as a starting regular, although he has made three starts in 2022.

DE Eric Thomas Jr (outlet)

Thomas has played in 11 games in 2022 and has helped the Hogs the past three years, though he has come almost exclusively on special teams this season as his playing time has decreased. Came to Arkansas from Pensacola, Florida, in the Class of 2020.

WR Jadon Hazelwood (NFL)

Arkansas wide receiver Jadon Haslewood has announced that he will forgo his remaining eligibility and declare for the NFL Draft. Haselwood is not expected to participate in Arkansas’ upcoming bowl game, which will not be announced until after the conference games next weekend.

NB Jacorey Turner (outlet)

Arkansas nickel redshirt freshman running back Jacorey Turner He is the latest Razorback player to announce his plan to enter the transfer portal. Turner played 12 games last season but hasn’t started or seen much action in an injury-ravaged minor league game this season. He ranked as the 129th overall prospect at the state of Georgia in the Class of 2020.

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T.E Erin Utley (outlet)

The tight end of the Red Rose freshman was A.J A consensus three-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class, Little Rock (Ark.) has announced that he will be entering the transfer portal. He did not appear in a Hogs game during his two seasons on campus.

QB Owner Hornsby (outlet)

Hornsby, a sophomore from the University of Missouri (Texas), has appeared in 15 games over the past two seasons for Arkansas and made his first career start against LSU. He completed 18 of his 39 career pass attempts for 314 yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 interceptions. He accumulated 307 yards on 52 attempts during his team with the Hogs.

DB Miles Salcher (outlet)

After making eight starts in his first two seasons at Arkansas, Sulcher, a native of Broken Arrow (Okla.), has made six starts this season while struggling with multiple injuries, recording 28 tackles, two sacks, and one pass deflection. Sulcher also served a one-game suspension after being arrested for disorderly conduct.

In three seasons with the Razorbacks, Slusher recorded 93 tackles (9.0 for loss), 2.5 sacks, five pass deflections, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and a forced fumble.

RB James Guinter (outlet)

Jointer, a native of Little Rock (Ark.), was a consensus three-star candidate in the 2022 recruiting class. He was the No. 8 player in Arkansas and the No. 49 running back in his class, according to 247Sports Composite. Jointer appeared in one game for the Razorbacks this season, recording three rushing attempts for nine yards in a win against Auburn in Week 9.

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WR Warren Thompson (outlet)

Thompson has appeared in 19 games for the Hogs over the past two seasons, catching 31 passes for 482 yards and four touchdowns. He left the team after Arkansas lost 13-10 against LSU in Week 11, a game in which Thompson started.

DB/WR Chase Lowry (outlet)

Lowry, a consensus three-star candidate in the 2021 recruiting class, did not appear in a game during his career at Arkansas. He moved to wide receiver just before the start of the 2022 season.

RB Gavion Hunt (Unknown)

A three-star in the class of 2021, Hunt appeared in one game as a true freshman, running for 19 yards on four carries against Georgia Southern. He did not appear in a game as a redshirt freshman and left the team during the 2022 season.

pound Marco Avant (retired و)

Avant suffered various injuries during his time at Arkansas and did not appear in a game for the Razorbacks before being medically retired during the 2022 season as a redshirt freshman.

T.E Dax Courtney (retired و)

Courtney, the three-star in the class of 2022, had a medical retirement after multiple injuries before making his Razorback debut.

WR Jacqueline Crawford (outlet)

A former four-star recruit, Crawford appeared in two games for the Razorbacks after transferring from Oklahoma. He caught three passes for 27 yards in 2021 before entering the gate ahead of the 2022 season.

DL Taylor Lewis (outlet)

Lewis entered the gate during fall camp after transferring from College of Canyons in the off-season.