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DE Trey Flowers
Horace Arkadie (3-star, No. 829 nationally, No. 49 SDE, No. 138 in Texas); Trey Flowers (NR nationally, No. 61 WDE, No. 35 in Alabama); Lonnie Gosha (4-star, No. 274 nationally, No. 23 DT, No. 48 in Florida); DeMarcus Hodge (3-star, No. 494 nationally, No. 38 DT, No. 21 in Louisiana); Grady Ollison (3-star, No. 486 nationally, No. 31 SDE, No. 5 in Arkansas); Darrell Kelly-Thomas (3-star, No. 874 nationally, No. 40 WDE, No. 145 in Texas)
This was another group that turned out to be very solid. The Razorbacks have always been good at getting under-the-radar prospects who end up being great college players. Flowers is a perfect example of that, as he barely obtained 3-star status in the 247Sports' composite rankings.
He's been one of Arkansas' best rush ends the last two years and is looking to cap off his career with a great senior season. Over his first three years, he has recorded 122 total tackles, 32 tackles for loss and 12 sacks, along with earning All-SEC honors.
The highest rated D-line prospect was Gosha, who played in the Hogs' first four games in 2011. However, he didn't see the field after that and quit the team late in the season. He's now a junior at Troy.
Kelly-Thomas is the only other D-lineman from the '11 haul to depart from the program. He redshirted his freshman year and appeared in three games in 2012 but didn't play last season and announced in February that he was leaving, per WholeHogSports.com's Matt Jones.
Arkadie hasn't seen much action thus far as a Hog, but that should change this year. He's currently listed as the backup at defensive tackle to rising star Darius Philon and will be in the main rotation.
Hodge has seen a lot more action than Arkadie. After redshirting in 2011 and spending most of the time watching in 2012, Hodge played in 11 games in 2013, recording 27 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and one sack. He's expected to start alongside Philon this year.
The last of the bunch is Ollison, who was quickly moved to offensive tackle once he joined the team. Since redshirting in 2011, he has appeared in 12 games and made five starts in 2013. He'll back up Cook this season and see the field a good deal.
Overall, this was a good group. Four out of the six players signed are on the roster, with two already making impacts on offense and defense and the other two primed to contribute in 2014.