One of the Razorbacks' 2015 commits will miss the entire season.
Lewisville (Texas) Hebron offensive lineman Zach Rogers (6-4, 300) tore his ACL during a scrimmage on Friday.
"It happened yesterday morning during a scrimmage," Rogers said. "I was pulling on a play and planted my foot and it went wrong and I tore my ACL. It's really disappointing."
Rogers, recently tabbed the nation's top junior center prospect by Scout.com, will have surgery in the near future.
"I am going to miss the whole season, but I want to have surgery as soon as possible so I can get to rehabbing it," Rogers said. "I want to be ready to go full speed next season."
Rogers chose Arkansas over Oklahoma, Texas and a host of other schools.
Rogers Out For Season
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