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Dre Greenlaw
Dre Greenlaw

#23 Dre Greenlaw

Linebacker | Junior | 6-0 | 229 | Fayetteville, Ark. | Fayetteville HS

Single Game Career Highs
Tackles: 17 vs. TCU (9/9/17)
Tackles For Loss: 1.5 vs. Texas A&M (9/24/16)
Sacks: 1.0 at LSU (11/15/15)
Interceptions: 1 vs. LA Tech (9/3/16)
Interception Return Yards: 3 vs. LA Tech (9/3/16)
QB Hurries: 1 (4x), last vs. New Mexico State (9/30/17)
Pass Breakups: 1 (3x), last vs. Texas A&M (9/23/17)
Forced Fumbles: 1 (3x), last vs. Alabama (10/8/16)

Junior (2017)
• Butkus Award Watch List
• Phil Steele All-SEC third team
• Athlon Sports All-SEC fourth team

Sophomore (2016)
Started all seven games played … Finished with 42 tackles, including 22 solo … Tallied 1.5 tackles for loss … Recorded one interception … Broke up one pass … Recovered two fumbles … Had one quarterback hurry … Left the Alabama game with a foot injury … Missed the final six regular-season contests … Returned from injury and started at Will linebacker in the Belk Bowl against Virginia Tech … Racked up 32 tackles through his first four games … vs. Louisiana Tech (Sept. 3): Tied for the team lead with seven tackles … Made his first career interception on the opening play of Louisiana Tech’s second drive of the second quarter … at No. 15 TCU (Sept. 10): Followed up with eight tackles, including four solo stops … Combined for 21 tackles with Brooks Ellis … All eight tackles came in the second half and overtimes, including five in the third quarter … Recovered a fumble at the Arkansas 4-yard line that was forced by Jeremiah Ledbetter during the Horned Frogs’ first drive of the game … Recovered TCU’s blocked game-winning field goal attempt at the Arkansas 11 … vs. Texas State (Sept. 17): Finished second on the team with six tackles … Four tackles came in the first quarter … vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (Sept. 24): Posted his fifth career double-digit tackle effort with a team-high 11, including 1.5 for loss … Marked the seventh time he’s led the team in tackles during his career … Seven tackles were of the solo variety … Recovered a fumble at the Arkansas 2-yard line on the opening drive of the second half … vs. No. 22 Virginia Tech (Dec. 29): Made six tackles in his first game back from injury.

Freshman (2015)
•  Two-Time SEC Freshman of the Week (Oct. 26; Nov. 16)
•  FWAA Freshman All-American
•  Sporting News Freshman All-American
•  Athlon SEC Defensive Freshman of the Year
• Athlon All-Freshman first team
• Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team

Played in all 13 games and started 11 contests … Only player to win SEC Freshman of the Week twice … Finished fifth nationally among FBS freshmen and tops among SEC rookies with 95 tackles … Ranked 17th in the SEC in total tackles … Led Arkansas in tackles five times … Had a team-high 46 solo tackles … Also added 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack and two forced fumbles … Made a team-high 69 tackles in SEC action … Averaged 9.8 tackles in SEC road games … Put together four double-digit tackle performances … Combined for 150 tackles with Brooks Ellis over the last nine games … The duo of Greenlaw and Ellis finished as one of six pairs of teammates to rank in the SEC’s top 20 in total tackles … vs. Texas Tech (Sept. 19): Made his first career start and made nine tackles, including six solo … at Tennessee (Oct. 3): Produced a team-best 10 tackles with eight coming in the first half … Started a string of six straight games with at least eight tackles … at No. 8 Alabama (Oct. 10): Six of his eight tackles were of the solo variety … vs. Auburn (Oct. 24): Made 12 tackles in the second half and overtime periods combined en route to a season-high 16 stops, which was the most by a Razorback in 2015 … Named SEC Freshman of the Week for the first time … vs. UT Martin (Oct. 31): Became the only Razorback in 2015 to post back-to-back games with double figure tackles with 10 stops … at No. 9 LSU (Nov. 14): Produced his fourth double figure tackle performance over a six-game span with a team-best 12 tackles to lead an Arkansas defense that held LSU 218 yards below its season average … Recorded first career sack in the second quarter and forced a fumble on the play which eventually resulted in a 21-0 Arkansas lead … Picked up his second SEC Freshman of the Week honor after Arkansas’ win in Baton Rouge retained The Golden Boot.

High School
A consensus three-star recruit by Rivals, ESPN, Scout and 247Sports … Listed as the No. 35 safety in the country and sixth-best player in Arkansas by Rivals … Also listed as the sixth-best player in the Natural 21 by HawgSports.com … 247Sports ranked him as the No. 12 player in Arkansas and No. 56 safety nationally … Top safety in the state of Arkansas according to Scout … Earned a three-star ranking by 247Composite, a combined index of national recruiting rankings … Was named the All-NWA Media Football Player of the Year as a senior … Named to the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team at defensive back in 2014 … Earned All-ArkansasVarsity.com first team honors at defensive back … Tabbed all-state and all-conference honors … Totaled 119 tackles, including 4.0 for loss, four interceptions, 10 pass breakups and two fumble recoveries as a senior, helping Fayetteville High School reach the Arkansas Class 7A state championship game … Also caught 11 passes for 240 yards (21.8 avg.) and three touchdowns on offense … Posted another 100-tackle season as a junior, tallying 108 stops, including 4.0 for loss, three interceptions, four pass breakups, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery in 2013 … Started as a sophomore and helped Fayetteville win the class 7A state championship … Coached by Daryl Patton … Also participated in track and field … Chose Arkansas over offers from Georgia, Washington State and others.

Personal
Born on May 25, 1997 … Son of Brian and Nanci Early … Recreation and sport management major.

2017 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSUAAToTTFL-YDSSCK-YDSFFFR-YDSINT-YDSQBHBRUP
TOTAL 11/114745920.5-10.0-000-00-022
Florida A&M1/10220.0-00.0-000-00-000
TCU1/198170.0-00.0-000-00-010
vs. Texas A&M1/195140.0-00.0-000-00-001
New Mexico State1/11010.0-00.0-000-00-010
at South Carolina1/14150.0-00.0-000-00-000
at Alabama1/10550.0-00.0-000-00-001
Auburn1/194130.0-00.0-000-00-000
at Ole Miss1/12350.0-00.0-000-00-000
Coastal Carolina1/156110.0-00.0-000-00-000
at LSU1/13690.0-00.0-000-00-000
Mississippi State1/155100.5-10.0-000-00-000
Missouri

2016 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSUAAToTTFL-YDSSCK-YDSFFFR-YDSINT-YDSQBHBRUP
TOTAL7/72220421.5-30.0-012-01-310
LOUISIANA TECH1/12570.0-00.0-000-01-300
at TCU1/14480.0-00.0-001-00-000
TEXAS STATE1/15160.0-00.0-000-00-000
vs. Texas A&M1/174111.5-30.0-001-00-000
ALCORN STATE1/11230.0-00.0-000-00-010
ALABAMA1/11010.0-00.0-010-00-000
OLE MISS-----------
at Auburn-----------
FLORIDA-----------
LSU-----------
at Mississippi State-----------
at Missouri-----------
vs. Virginia Tech1/12460.0-00.0-000-00-000

2015 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSUAAToTTFL-YDSSCK-YDSFFFR-YDSINT-YDSQBHBRUP
TOTAL13/114649953.5-201.0-1420-00-011
UTEP1/02350.0-00.0-000-00-000
TOL1/00000.0-00.0-000-00-000
TxTECH1/16390.0-00.0-000-00-000
vs TAMU1/12351.0-30.0-000-00-000
at TEN1/155101.0-20.0-000-00-010
at ALA1/16280.0-00.0-000-00-000
AUB1/1412160.5-10.0-000-00-001
UTM1/164100.0-00.0-010-00-000
at MISS1/14590.0-00.0-000-00-000
at LSU1/148121.0-141.0-1410-00-000
MSU1/11340.0-00.0-000-00-000
MIZZ1/14150.0-00.0-000-00-000
vs K-STATE1/12020.0-00.0-000-00-000

Career Stats

 GP/GSUAAToTTFL-YDSSCK-YDSFFFR-YDSINT-YDSQBHBRUP
TOTAL31/291151142295.5-241.0-1422-01-343
201513/114649953.5-201.0-1420-00-011
20167/72220421.5-30.0-002-01-310
201711/114745920.5-10.0-000-00-022