Arkansas Football: 3 players who can help fill the production void left by Treylon Burks in ’22

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We’ve all hear the news by now that star wide receiver for the Arkansas Football team, Treylon Burks, has decided not to play in the upcoming Outback Bowl and will instead prepare for the 2022 NFL Draft.

Treylon Burks will go down as one of the most talented players in modern Razorback history. He’s currently slated to be a first round pick by most NFL Draft experts.

Now, the question many are starting to wonder, how will the team replace so much production— 66 receptions, 1,104 receiving yards and12 total touchdowns?

We’re taking a look at three players in the Razorback receiving corp who can pick-up some of the slack next season.

Ketron Jackson, a young stud with tons of potential

Ketron Jackson, the true freshman out of Royse City, Texas, didn’t receive many opportunities this season, but we saw flashes of potential from the former four-star prospect and No. 21-ranked wide receiver in the nation.

Jackson recorded at least one catch in four games this season, total 5 receptions, 97 yards and a touchdown.

That’s a ton of room for growth and with a need to make up for some of Burks’ 66 catches, Jackson will be expected to get more snaps and increase his production as a sophomore.