Video: Joe Adams' 'Holy Houdini' punt return

Everyone expected Arkansas to take it to Tennessee on Saturday (and the Razorbacks did, 49-7). But when Arkansas does so partly due to punt returns like this one from wide receiver Joe Adams, it's just not fair:

The game may as well have ended with this punt return because the Volunteers put up almost no fight afterward.

As a pro prospect, Adams can get lost in the Arkansas receiving quartet of him, Jarius Wright, Cobi Hamilton and Greg Childs. That's probably due to the senior's small stature – a listed 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds.

But if he continues to play on special teams like this, NFL teams are going to take notice if they haven't. On the season Adams is averaging a staggering 17.9 yards per punt return and has three return touchdowns. He's second on the team with 43 receptions for 568 yards and two more scores. Arkansas even likes to use him on trick plays. Adams also has 138 rushing yards on the season.

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