Receptions: 7 (4x) last at No. 21 Auburn (10/22/16)
Receiving Yards: 107 vs. Northern Illinois (9/20/14)
Receiving Touchdowns: 2 (3x) last at Mississippi State (11/20/16)
Longest Reception: 73 vs. Texas State (9/14/16)
Rushing Yards: 82 vs. Nicholls State (9/6/14)
Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs. Nicholls State (9/6/14)
Longest Rush: 82 vs. Nicholls State (9/6/14)
Fifth-year senior who played in 47 games with 28 starts … Closed his career ranked fourth on the school’s career TD receptions list (19), 13th in receptions (130) and 11th in receiving yards (1,866) … Totaled four 100-yard receiving games … Had a receiving TD in 16 career games, including three multi-TD catch games … Finished with a streak of 31 consecutive games with a reception, dating back to 2013 … Had a reception in 35 games, including five plus in nine contests … 89 catches converted first downs.
» NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (Jan. 20)
» Pro Football Focus All-SEC second team (Dec. 12)
Played in 12 games with eight starts … Led the team in receiving yards (743) for the second time in five seasons … Became the first Arkansas player to lead the team in receiving yards in multiple seasons of a career since Peyton Hillis (2005, 2007) … Ranked second on the team in receptions (44) … Led the team and tied for fifth in the SEC in TD receptions (8) … Posted two 100-yard receiving performances, both coming in the last two games … His eight TD catches tied for fifth-most in single-season school history … Had a streak of four straight games with a TD catch … Finished the season with a TD catch in six games, including two multi-TD catch games … 5 of 8 receiving TDs came in the first half of games … All eight of his TD catches came inside the red zone, which tied for the SEC lead … Tied for second in the league in third-down TD receptions (3) … All eight of his receptions on third down resulted in a first down or a TD … 35 of 44 receptions resulted in either a first down or TD for a 79.5% conversion rate … Had 22 receptions for 15+ yards, five for 25+, three for 40+, two for 60+ and one for 70+ … His 22 catches of 15+ yards tied for fifth in the SEC … Ranked fifth in the conference in first-half receiving yards (508) … Tallied 75+ yards receiving in six games … Averaged 16.89 yards per reception to rank 15th in the SEC … Recorded catches of 73, 66, 44, 33, 29 and 23 yards … Opened the season with one of the best starts of his career as he totaled 18 receptions for 320 yards and five TDs through five games … vs. Louisiana Tech (Sept. 3): Had team bests in receptions (6) and yards (86) in his first game back from his season-ending injury in 2015 … Targeted seven times … Four catches converted first downs … Had at least one reception on each of the Razorbacks’ scoring drives … Had two key grabs from 18 and 13-yards out on Arkansas’ go-ahead fourth quarter TD drive … at No. 15 TCU (Sept. 10): Scored on a 16-yard catch and then tossed the two-point conversion to Austin Allen to tie the game 28-28 with 56 second left in regulation … vs. Texas State (Sept. 17): Turned three catches into 96 yards and a TD … Scored from 9-yards out on the first possession of the game … Hauled in a 73-yard pass – Arkansas’ longest reception of the season – from Austin Allen to set up a 1-yard TD run by Kody Walker on the next play … vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (Sept. 24): Had three receptions for 77 yards … Hit the triple-digit mark in career receptions … Extended his streak of consecutive games with a receiving TD to four … Became the first Razorback to catch a TD pass in four consecutive games since Marcus Monk in 2006 … His receptions went for 15, 18 and 44 yards … vs. Alcorn State (Oct. 1): Did not play due to a sore hamstring … vs. No. 1 Alabama (Oct. 8): Logged his first multi-TD game of the season to push his season total to five and extend his streak of consecutive games with a TD catch to four … The five receiving TDs were the most by an Arkansas player through the first six games of a season since Jarius Wright’s six in 2011 … at No. 21 Auburn (Oct. 22): Eclipsed 1,500 career receiving yards with a team-best 81 on a career-high seven catches … at Mississippi State (Nov. 18): Delivered his second multi-TD catch game of the season … Caught 4 of 6 targets for 64 yards with a long of 33 … at Missouri (Nov. 25): Eclipsed 100-yards receiving on just three catches … Made a 66-yard reception to get to the 1-yard line and set up a rushing score by Rawleigh Williams III … vs. No. 22 Virginia Tech (Dec. 29): Capped the season with his second straight 100-yard effort through the air and eighth TD … Five of his six receptions converted first downs.
» Phil Steele No. 47 draft eligible wide receiver
Extended his streak to 19 consecutive games with a reception for a first down, dating back to 2013, before suffering a season-ending foot injury in the second game … Totaled 13 receptions for 198 yards and two touchdowns in his two games played, both of which he started … Led the SEC in receiving yards through the first two weeks and was tied for second in receptions … Hauled in 10 of his 13 receptions in the first half for 160 yards … 10 of 13 catches resulted in a first down … vs. UTEP (Sept. 5): Eclipsed 100-yards receiving for the second time in his career with six catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns … Marked his first career multi-TD game … Caught the first two pass completions of the season and had five catches for 99 yards and two scores in the first half … vs. Toledo (Sept. 12): Equaled a career-high with seven receptions for 92 yards … Five of the catches went for a first down.
Appeared in all 13 contests and made 12 starts … Caught a pass and converted a first down in 17 consecutive games dating back to 2013 … Recorded 43 receptions for a team-leading 558 yards and six touchdowns … Added 112 yards rushing on five attempts … Saw action on special teams with kickoff return duties, tallying 139 total yards on six attempts, averaging 23.2 per return … vs. Nicholls (Sept. 6): Rushed for an 82-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and caught a career-long touchdown pass of 50 yards while registering a career-long 47-yard kickoff return … vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 20): Totaled six receptions for a career-high 107 yards and one touchdown in the non-conference victory … at No. 1 Mississippi State (Nov. 1): Tallied a career-high tying seven receptions for 50 yards … vs. No. 8 Ole Miss (Nov. 22): Registered two receptions for 58 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown catch … vs. Texas (Dec. 29): Made four receptions for 41 yards and a touchdown in Arkansas’ AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl victory.
Played in 10 games and made six starts … Totaled 27 receptions for 346 yards and two touchdowns and 11 rushes for 140 yards … Returned nine kicks for 198 yards and averaged 12.7 yards per rush, 12.8 yards per catch and 22.0 yards per kick return … vs. Louisiana (Aug. 31): Made a season-long 27-yard reception in Arkansas’ season-opening victory … vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (Sept. 28): Made first career start and caught two passes for 27 yards and one touchdown, had one carry for nine yards and returned two kicks for 51 yards … vs. No. 14 South Carolina (Oct. 12): Rushed twice for a season-high 69 rushing yards and returned two kickoffs for 43 yards … vs. No. 8 Auburn (Nov. 2): Caught four passes for 50 yards and one touchdown in addition to two carries for 10 yards … at Ole Miss (Nov. 9): Made three catches for 58 yards and had one 10-yard rush … at No. 15 LSU (Nov. 29): Ended the season with a career-high tying seven receptions for a season-high 84 receiving yards.
Appeared in 10 games and ended the season with three receptions for 21 yards and one touchdown in addition to two tackles … at No. 12 South Carolina (Oct. 12): Tallied three receptions and first career touchdown, a six-yard catch that tied the game at 7-7 in the first quarter … vs. No. 8 LSU (Nov. 29): Recorded a pair of tackles.
Came to Arkansas fresh off consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons … Ranked as the No. 4 prospect in Oklahoma and the No. 45 receiver in the country by 247Sports, the No. 5 overall prospect in the state by Rivals, the No. 20 wide receiver in America by SuperPrep and the 46th-best wide receiver in the nation by Scout … Caught 100 passes for 1,610 yards and 21 touchdowns his senior season and was named first-team all-state and the district’s co-Offensive Player of the Year … Helped lead Owasso High School to the Oklahoma Class 6A state semifinals, a run through the bracket that included a four-overtime victory over the No. 1 team in the state, and a 9-4 record … Made 75 receptions for 1,075 yards and nine touchdowns as the Rams advanced to the 2010 state semifinals for the first time since 2006 and finished the season 8-5 … Coached by Bill Patterson … Chose Arkansas over Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Born on Sept. 11, 1994 … Son of Delilah Paul … Sociology major.