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Name: Levi Draper (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: Arkansas     Number: 30
Height: 6-0   Weight: 234
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.56
   40 Time: 4.65
  40 High: 4.74
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Height: 5116
Weight: 234

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Oklahoma

 Levi Draper, Arkansas, Player News

  06/20/20 - ILB Levi DraperrJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-0, 234 (DS#999 ILB) + More +

  Levi Draper's familiarity with the Arkansas Razorbacks predates long before his announcement in early February that he'd be coming to Fayetteville to play football. Draper hails from Collinsville, Okla., which is a short trip north of Tulsa. The drive east from Collinsville to Fayetteville takes about as long as the one he so often took southwest to Norman, Okla., where Draper, a 6-1, 234-pound linebacker, used to play for the Oklahoma Sooners. Draper grew up with a fair amount of Razorback fans around him, and he knew of people who went to the University of Arkansas from his own area. One of those was Keon Hatcher, who, like Draper, is from the Tulsa area. Hatcher, who played at Owasso High School, was a wide receiver for the Razorbacks from 2012-16 before going on to play briefly in the NFL. Draper followed the success Hatcher had on the Hill.

After deciding to transfer from the Sooners in January, Arkansas made too much sense to pass up. "It just had a real family feel to it," said Draper, who took an unofficial visit to Fayetteville on Feb. 1 before orally committing three days later on Feb. 4. "As soon as I walked in the building, everyone's treated like family, everyone's treated with respect. It didn't seem like a visit, nothing like that - it seemed like people in that building genuinely care. "I felt like that left a great impression on me and even more so on my parents. I felt like it was a great fit." - Northwest Arkansas Times

(DS#999 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB Levi DraperArkansas
News Source: Northwest Arkansas Times
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