Re-Evaluating Arkansas' 2011 Recruiting Class

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Re-Evaluating Arkansas' 2011 Recruiting Class
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QB Brandon Allen

There have been some very memorable recruiting classes for the Arkansas Razorbacks since the turn of the millennium. Some of the more memorable ones that come to mind include 2001 (Matt Jones and Shawn Andrews), 2005 (Peyton Hillis, Felix Jones and Darren McFadden) and 2008 (Joe Adams, Jarius Wright, Ryan Mallett and Tyler Wilson).

For college football fans, it's always fun to take a look back at past recruiting classes and see how they did on the field compared to their ranking coming out of high school. 

One class that hasn't been all that great despite a solid national ranking of No. 21 by is the 2011 haul. Here, we re-evaluate the prospects signed at each position and assign grades based on how they've performed on the field.

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