Roberts Running Wild

Future Arkansas tailback Donovan Roberts has over 360 yards in his first two games while feeling bad about how the season of current Razorback and friend Knile Davis was over before it started.
September 11, 2011

ScoutTV: Razorbacks from Midlands's National Recruiting Analyst Greg Powers sits down with field reporter Erin Hartigan to examine four prospects from the Midlands Region headed to Arkansas.
August 9, 2011

Roberts: "Calling the Hogs" caught up with Norman High (Okla.) running back Donovan Roberts, who just made a commitment to play for the University of Arkansas.
April 27, 2011

Feeling The Love

Norman (OK) High tailback Donovan Roberts (6-1, 200, 4.5) and his parents will visit Arkansas on Wednesday and he plans to announce his college choice between the Razorbacks, Pittsburgh, Michigan and Arizona later that day.
April 25, 2011

Get Ready For Leak

Oklahoma running back Donovan Roberts said he will be making his decision tomorrow (April 27). When the big day rolls around, Roberts only plans on letting the coaches know about that decision. "I'm doing a press conference over the weekend," Roberts said. "But I'm sure it'll leak before then. I've been ready to commit for a while now. I want to get it over with. It's really between..."
April 25, 2011

Pitt After Oklahoma RB

Donovan Roberts now has eight total offers, and only needs an offer from an ACC school to have an offer from each BCS conference.
April 19, 2011

Scouting Running Back Donovan Roberts

Running back Donovan Roberts rushed for nearly 2,000 yards in 2010 for Norman High School in Norman, Okla. He has scholarship offers from as far away as Michigan and Arizona. Director of Scouting Scott Kennedy takes a look at him in action.
April 8, 2011

Donovan Roberts Working To Add Speed To Size

Last Friday inside the indoor track facility on the OU campus Edmond Memorial High School hosted a track meet and for the first time since the eighth grade Norman Tigers standout running back Donovan Roberts lined up to run. Roberts, 6-1, 200 pounds and strong, had always focused in high school on getting bigger and stronger, but now he was turning the focus around to getting faster.
March 30, 2011