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#60 Seth Oxner
Position: C
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 315
Year: Redshirt Junior
City/State: Monticello, Ark.
High School: Monticello HS
Experience: 2 Letters
Seth Oxner
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/13/2010

OUTLOOK: Gained extensive experience in 2009 and looks to be the starter at center for the second straight year for the Razorbacks. In the Red-White Spring Game, Oxner started at center for the White team. He blocked for an offense that picked up 163 yards rushing, 246 yards in the air, four TDs and a field goal.

2009: Oxner played and started all 13 games at center for the Razorbacks. He was a member of the offensive line that blocked for an offense that led the SEC in scoring offense (36.0), pass offense (295.5) and is third in total offense (427.3). Arkansas was nationally ranked in passing offense (10th), total offense (20th), scoring offense (ninth) and passing efficiency (11th). Arkansas' offensive line did not allow a sack against Missouri State, Eastern Michigan and East Carolina and only allowed one sack in the Mississippi State game. He blocked for seven 100-yard games from the Arkansas receivers and three 100-yard games from the Razorback running backs.

2008: As a redshirt freshman, he earned his first letter as a member of the special teams. Oxner ended the season listed as the backup to All-American and 2007 Rimington Trophy winner Jonathan Luigs at center and DeMarcus Love at strong guard. The offensive line helped Michael Smith become the ninth 1,000-yard rusher in school history, finish the year second in the SEC and No. 22 in the nation with 207 carries for 1,072 yards and eight touchdowns. The line also helped protect Casey Dick, who completed 205 passes, and threw for 2,586 yards and 13 touchdowns. The completion total is a school record, the yardage total ranks second and the TDs tie for eighth. Arkansas' 3,115 yards passing is a school record and the 4,477 yards of total offense ranks ninth.

2007: He redshirted while working with the scout team offense. He also improved his size and strength. He's added 15 pounds since stepping on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL: He was a member of the AP Arkansas Super Team as an offensive lineman for Coach Van Paschal at Monticello. He led his team with 100 pancake blocks. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette named him to its All-Arkansas squad. He also played basketball and won the Class 4A state championship in the discus as a junior. Rivals and Scout both listed him as a four-star recruit and as the No. 4 center in the nation. Rivals ranked him the No. 6 prospect in the state. HawgSports.com named him to its Natural 21 at No. 4. Scout listed him the No. 7 prospect in the state. Hawgs Illustrated ranked him No. 5 overall in Arkansas. He chose Arkansas over Texas A&M, LSU, Mississippi State and Oklahoma State.

PERSONAL: Born March 14, 1989, he is the son of Loyd and Jaci Oxner. He is majoring in applied exercise science. He was named to the 2008 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll. He was named to Arkansas' Academic Honor Roll for spring 2008.

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