The Most Fire Razorback Football Graphic of 2019?

Devin Bush

Go hard.

Simple concept. Hard execution.

The best football players are the most consistent about pouring everything they have into not only games, but training and practice, too. Same goes for the best artists, who attack each piece of work like it’s their last.

And, of all Razorback graphic artists, nobody goes harder than @870Editz.

Here’s an example of fantastic work this passionate Razorback fan did for Arkansas wide receiver Michael Woods:

870 Editz might have one-upped himself more recently by producing one of the most fire Hog images of the year:

Just look at the work he did at the bottom of the image, too:

Speaking of fire, Arkansas’ young defensive backfield should pack plenty of it this fall. Devin Bush, one of the best prep cornerbacks in the nation, has already enrolled on campus and is gearing up to show out in the Razorbacks’ red-white game on April 6 in Fayetteville. That will be the public’s first time to see the Hogs’ talented young cornerbacks shine.

Razorback reporter Otis Kirk got deeper into this for Pig Trail Nation:

“Hicks, Cunningham, Nwanna and Vest are only four of the 11 new Razorbacks who enrolled at midterm. The Hogs also have Shamar Nash and Trey Knox at wide receiver, then Zach Williams, Mataio Soli and Eric Gregory on the defensive line and then Devin Bush and Greg Brooks Jr. at cornerback. They are all candidates to play in the fall so their development this spring will be extremely important. Williams and Soli offer pressure off the edge on the pass rush. Brooks and Devin Bush both will be in the mix for not only playing time, but possibly a starting spot at cornerback. Gone is junior Ryan Pulley to the 2019 NFL Draft. Montaric Brown and Jarques McClellion, both sophomores, are back at cornerback. Kamren Curl is a returning starter at safety.”

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