Arkansas football: Where does Treylon Burks rank among the greatest wide receivers in Razorback history?

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No 4. Greg Childs (2008-2011)

Former Arkansas football standout Greg Childs was one of the most consistent and reliable wide receivers in team history.

Childs is tied for the fourth-most receptions in a single game when he racked up 12 catches against ULM in 2010.

The 6’3″ Warren, Ark. product once went three-consecutive games with 100 or more receiving yards, something only a handful of players have done for the Hogs.

Childs is tied for eighth for most receiving touchdowns in a single season (7). He pulled in 15 touchdowns in his Razorback career and caught 133 passes for 2,066 yards.

Childs went on to be drafted 134th overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.

No 3. Treylon Burks (2019-present)

The man of the hour—the player that has Arkansas fans buzzing is none other than Treylon Burks. Currently, Burks has 14 career touchdowns for the Hogs and he’s only a junior.

If he pulls in a few more touchdowns this season, he’ll move into the Top 10 most touchdown catches in team history.

So far, Burks has recorded 100 or more receiving yards in 8 games in his Razorback career.

Depending on how he plays the rest of the season and whether or not he chooses to come back for his senior season, Burks could make an argument for being the greatest receiver in the history of the Arkansas football team.