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#75 Luke Charpentier
Position: Center
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 320
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cut Off, La.
High School: John Curtis Christian
Experience: 3 Letters
Luke Charpentier
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/20/2011

2013: Charpentier saw action in nine games, making appearances vs. Louisiana, vs. Southern Miss, at Rutgers, vs. No. 10 Texas A&M, at No. 18 Florida, vs. No. 14 South Carolina, at No. 1 Alabama, at Ole Miss and at No. 15 LSU. He contributed to an offensive line that blocked as running back Alex Collins became the 10th true freshman in SEC history to rush for 1,000 yards. Collins and Jonathan Williams became the second Razorback duo to each reach at least 900 rushing yards in one season, joining Darren McFadden and Felix Jones from 2006 and 2007. The offensive line also broke the single-season school record by only allowing 8.0 sacks. Arkansas led the SEC and tied for second in the NCAA with an average of 0.67 sacks allowed per game. The Razorbacks’ average of one sack allowed for every 37.63 pass attempts was the best in the conference and seventh in the nation. Arkansas also ranked fourth in the SEC and 23rd in the NCAA in rushing offense with an average of 208.7 yards per game on the ground.

2012: Charpentier appeared in eight games and started vs. Rutgers. The Arkansas offensive line paved the way as 20 UA or SEC records were broken and Arkansas produced a 1,000-yard receiver in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history and a 3,000-yard passer for the fourth straight year. Quarterback Tyler Wilson led the SEC in passing, while Cobi Hamilton topped the conference in receptions per game and receiving yards per game. Hamilton's season totals of 90 catches and 1,335 receiving yards broke school records and allowed him to break the UA record for career receptions with 175. In addition, the offensive line allowed 1.0 or fewer sacks in eight games in 2012 and ranked third in the SEC with an average of just 1.58 sacks allowed per game.

2011: He saw action in seven games, mostly on special teams, and made one tackle. He recorded his tackle in the 31-28 win at Vanderbilt. He also played vs. Missouri State, vs. New Mexico, at No. 3 Alabama, vs. No. 14 Texas A&M, vs. No. 15 Auburn and vs. Mississippi State.

2010: He worked with the Arkansas scout team while redshirting.

HIGH SCHOOL: Charpentier was a two-year starter at John Curtis Christian, a team that won the Louisiana Class 2A state championship in 2008 and finished as the runner-up in 2009. He was rated No. 50 nationally as an offensive tackle and No. 12 among Louisiana seniors by Rivals.com. He was a member of The Times Picayune Preseason Top 20 Blue Chip List, was a two-time all-district honoree, earned all-metro honors from The Times Picayune as a junior in his first full season as a starter and then added all-state laurels from the Louisiana Football Coaches Association as a senior. Charpentier did not play as a sophomore while he gained athletic eligibility at John Curtis Christian following a transfer from South Lafourche midway through his freshman year. He was coached at John Curtis Christian by J.T. Curtis. He was successful in the classroom in Curtis' honors curriculum.  Charpentier also participated in track and field, where he recorded a mark of 50 feet in the shot put. He was also recruited by Kentucky, Louisiana Tech, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Southern Miss, SMU and Tulane.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 20, 1992, he is the son of Robert and Melanie Charpentier. He is enrolled in the Walton College of Business and majoring in business. He was named to the Razorback Honor Roll for his work in the classroom in the fall of 2012.



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