Arkansas gets commitment from former A&M, Kentucky wide receiver

The competition in the Arkansas wide receivers room grew on Tuesday.

Former Texas A&M and Kentucky wide receiver Jordan Anthony committed to the Razorbacks out of the transfer portal that afternoon. Anthony played for new Arkansas offensive coordinator Bobby Petrino when Petrino was OC with the Aggies last year.

Anthony, a former four-star recruit out of high school, had just three catches for 14 yards last year, his sophomore year. He will join an Arkansas wide receiving corps that returns every single play who caught a pass last year.

Anthony’s addition provides Arkansas a depth chart at the position that looks something like this heading into spring ball.

  1. Andrew Armstrong

  2. Isaac TeSlaa

  3. Tyrone Broden

  4. Isaiah Sategna

  5. Jaedon Wilson

  6. Davion Dozier

  7. Jordan Anthony

That list does not include the number of freshman who signed with the Razorbacks during early signing day.

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire