There’s no question that Twitter has given people around the world a voice, including student-athletes that play for the Arkansas basketball team.
Twitter is a powerful tool to communicate with fans, brands and even trash talk your competition.
Our Razorback basketball players love the social media platform so much, they placed their Twitter handles on the backs of their jerseys during the annual Red/White game.
That’s right, in the place where you would usually find a player’s last name, you saw a big jersey number and above that a username like @RazorbackersFS. It was a cool thing to do and allowed the players to be expressive and show off a little bit more of their personalities.
How to follow Arkansas basketball players on Twitter
You can go to www.twitter.com and enter the username of the player and click “follow” to keep up with each player throughout the season. Here is a list of Twitter handles for each 2021-22 Arkansas basketball player.
Stanley Umude – @stanleyumude_
Khalen “KK” Robinson – @onekrob2
Davonte Davis – @MrDevoBuckets
Au’Diese Toney – @thefuturetoney
Connor Vanover – @Vanover_Connor
Chance Moore – @Chance3303
Cade Arbogast – @cadearbogast
JD Notae – @jdnotae
Jaylin Williams – @Jay_MWilliams_
Chris Lykes – @IAm_Lykesdat
Jaxson Robinson – @Robinsonjaxx
Kamani Johnson – @KamaniJohnson20
Lawson Blake – @_lawsonblake_
Don’t forget about Head Coach Eric Musselman, who can be found as @EricPMusselman
If you’re wondering who has the most followers among Arkansas basketball players, it’s Davonte Davis with 14,300. Newcomer Chris Lykes is a close second with 11,500.
As basketball season gets under way, there’s no doubt fans will be wanting to give these players a follow and keep up with their favorite Hogs basketball players.
The Razorbacks are practicing and training to begin the 2021-22 college basketball season. The team will play a few exhibition games in October, before taking on Mercer Nov. 9 at home in Bud Walton Arena.