The Arkansas Razorbacks may be losing a talented head coach, but they still return one of the SEC's most power-packed offenses. Provided, of course, that quarterback Tyler Wilson returns to lead the way -- and, in the first piece of all-around good news for Hogs fans all week, he's staying, according to multiple reports.
Can confirm what @TomMurphyADG tweeted earlier. QB Tyler Wilson has no plan to apply for NFL supplemental draft, according to a source.— Robbie Neiswanger (@NWARobbie) April 11, 2012
Wilson led the SEC in passer rating and yards per game last year as a junior. He loses Jarius Wright and Joe Adams, but gets to pair Knile Davis with Dennis Johnson out of the backfield, along with Cobi Hamilton and others emerging on the receiving corps.
When Wilson does exit, he could be considered a potential first round pick.