Four Arkansas players land on the All-SEC team

Hunter Henry proves once again he is the top tight end in the SEC.
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The Razorbacks took another step forward in Bret Bielema’s third season and finished the season with five league wins after only winning two games the previous two seasons combined. 

Another sign of progress for the Arkansas program is the growth and development of the players on the roster. Four players were honored as members of the 2015 All-SEC team. 

Tight end Hunter Henry and offensive lineman Sebastian Tretola both made the First-Team All-SEC list.

Henry led the nation in receiving yards from a tight end with 647 and led the league’s tight ends with 46 catches, while Tretola has only allowed a half sack in his 25 career starts for Arkansas. 

Running back Alex Collins and offensive lineman Dan Skipper made the All-SEC Second Team.

Collins is only the third running back in SEC history to rush for over 1,000 yards in his first three seasons after finishing third in the conference with 1,392 rushing yards. 

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