Arkansas Razorbacks: Detailing the Top 4 Receivers of the Nation's Best WR Corp

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Arkansas Razorbacks: Detailing the Top 4 Receivers of the Nation's Best WR Corp
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Before there was high-stepping into the endzone and pulling out cellphones from under the goalpost (got to give it to former Saints WR Joe Horn on that one), there was Andre Rison, who unassumingly handed the ball to the referee after scoring a touchdown. Back before there were Ochocinco's or T.O.'s, there was Jerry Rice, catching the ball at its highest point. Before the glitz and the glamour of one-handed catches, there was the praising of precise route-running

Simply put, before the wide receiver position possessed more divas than Jersey Shore, there was blue-collar, old school players who truly made the position what it is today.

So, if you count yourself among the few, the proud, the old school football fan who yearns for the days of Irvin, Monk and Rice, then I've got a wide receiving corp for you to follow.

Throwback football nation, meet the Arkansas Razorbacks wide receivers.

They have game-breaking speed (Joe Adams and Cobi Hamilton), reliable, pass-catching hands (Jarius Wright), physicality and precise route-running (Greg Childs).

And, how much talk will you hear out of these Hogs?

Outside of the occasional in-game trash talking, you'd have a better chance of finding Chad Ochocinco focused solely on football than the Razorback receivers drawing attention to themselves in the media.

So, without further adieu, let's meet the top four returning receivers on the Razorback squad who will draw praise and accolades all season long in 2011.

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