Razorback Transfers In the Chad Morris Era

Cole Kelley

Chad Morris arrived as the Razorbacks’ new head football coach in December, 2017. Since then, there’s been considerable shakeup within the program not only regarding a change in the offensive scheme, but also in personnel.

Below is a list of all Razorback football transfers from December 2017 through Janary 2019:

Total: 26

Razorback Transfers Who Have Chosen a New School:

PK Cole Hedlund, Jr. – Went to North Texas

TE Will Gragg, Jr. – Went to Pittsburgh

FS Reid Miller, Jr. – Went to Montana (of all places)

WR Maleek Barkley, RS-Fr. – Went to Montana State (of all places)

QB Cole Kelley, So. – Went to Southeast Louisiana

CB Korey Hernandez, RS-Fr. – Went to Iowa Western CC

WR Jonathan Nance, Sr. – Went to Missouri

[Related: KJ Jefferson Smack Talks Johnathan Nance, Kelly Bryant Ahead of 2019 Showdown]

DE Alexy Jean-Baptiste, So. – Went to Florida International

RB Maleek Williams, RS-Fr. – Went to Florida International

Other Razorback Football Transfers

OL Zach Rogers, Sr. – Quit football to do other things

WR Kofi Boateng, So. – Medical Hardship

OL Jake Heinrich, So. – Medical Hardship

P Blake Johnson, Jr. – To Transfer

CB Chevin Calloway, So. – To Transfer

WR La’Michael Pettway, Jr. – To Transfer

QB Ty Storey, Jr. – To Transfer. Storey never did quite live up to the outsized expectations for him coming out of a stellar, four-star career at Charleston High:

Ah, better days…

NB Derrick Munson, So. – To Transfer

TE Jack Kraus, Sr. – Quit football to do other things

WR Brandon Martin, Jr. – Academic Problems

OL Jalen Merrick, Jr. – Medical Hardship

OL Dylan Hays, So. – Medical Hardship

LB Kyrei Fisher, So. – To Transfer

CB Nate Dalton, Jr. – Essentially booted off team after a suspension

WR Jarrod Barnes, So. – To Transfer

NB Derrick Munson, So. – To Transfer

TE Austin Cantrell, Jr. – Quit football to focus on other things

Declared early for NFL Draft

CB Ryan Pulley, Jr. – Declared for 2019 NFL Draft


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