2017 (FRESHMAN): Started 11 of 12 games at cornerback … Stepped into starting role when junior Ryan Pulley went down with an injury in the season opener … Played the second-most snaps among all SEC true freshman cornerbacks (690) … Finished sixth on the team and tied for fourth among SEC freshmen in tackles (46) and tied for the team lead in pass breakups (8) … His eight PBU were the most by an Arkansas freshman since 2001 when Lawrence Robinson led the Hogs with 17 … One of 10 players, including two true freshman, to finish the season with 45-plus tackles and eight PBU.
HIGH SCHOOL: Consensus three-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports … Top 10 player in the state of Oklahoma by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports … Tabbed the No. 7 player in Oklahoma and No. 41 safety in the class by Rivals … Listed as the No. 44 safety in the class and top safety in Oklahoma by Scout … Rated the No. 9 player in Oklahoma and No. 52 athlete in the 2017 class by ESPN … Top 10 player in the state and No. 42 athlete in the 247Sports Composite ranking … Coached by Rafe Watkins at Muskogee High School … Turned two of his three interceptions into touchdowns as a senior … Totaled 89 tackles and six pass breakups tackles to help lead the Roughers to a 9-2 record and the Class 6II semifinal … Also hauled in 46 catches for 533 yards and six TDs on offense … Named to the Muskogee Phoenix All-Area team as a defensive back and to Scout’s All-Midlands team as an athlete … Recorded 75 tackles, three interceptions and two pass breakups as a junior … Totaled 52 tackles and two pass breakups as a sophomore … Also competed on the track and field team … Chose Arkansas over Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas, TCU, Baylor, Nebraska, Houston, Texas Tech, Washington State, Illinois and others.
PERSONAL: Born on March 31, 1999 … Son of Adrienne and Greg Curl … Has two sisters: Iyanna and Nya Curl … Communication major.