Arkansas football is going to be one of the more improved teams in the country next season thanks to an influx of new talent to complement guys like KJ Jefferson and Raheim Sanders.
Yes, Arkansas is losing some key players like Drew Sanders, Bumper Pool, Matt Landers, and Jadon Haselwood, but they should have no problem reloading some key position groups.
Here are some of the newcomers who will have the biggest immediate impacts.
One of the newest roster additions this offseason is former five-star cornerback Jaheim Singletary who’s coming over from Georgia after a freshman season in which he won a national title but recorded no stats.
Now he’ll be in town to try and prove himself as an SEC-caliber starter with the Razorbacks who could use some serious help in the secondary after a forgettable 2022 season.
In fact, Arkansas finished as one of the worst teams against the pass in the SEC last season, allowing nearly 300 yards per game through the air. Singletary is the type of talent who could come in and push for a starting spot right away.
Singletary is going to be a problem for opposing quarterbacks for years to come.