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Name: *Treylon Burks 
College: Arkansas     Number: 16
Height: 6-2   Weight: 224
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.46
   40 Time: 4.55
  40 High: 4.60

> Projected Round: 1  Stock:   Projected High: Mid 1st  Low: Early 2nd

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6017
Weight: 224

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.55
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.57
20 Yard (ET): 2.65
20 Yard (HH): 2.59
10 Yard (ET): 1.57
10 Yard (HH): 1.53
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 33
Broad Jump: 10'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 7.28
Projected 4.48/+.07/No Full Workout-Choice

Dates: 03/09/22
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 33 1/2
Wingspan: 79 1/8

Height: 6017
Weight: 224
40 Yrd Dash: 
20 Yrd Dash: 
10 Yrd Dash: 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 12
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.40
3-Cone Drill: 

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 12/08/21-Announced Early Entry into 2022 NFL Draft...1stC...PBiletnikoff...2020: 2ndC...PHornung...2019: 2ndC-KR

 *Treylon Burks, Arkansas, Player News

  12/17/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Burks has put together one of the finest seasons by a wide receiver in school history with 66 catches for 1,104 yards and 11 touchdowns. The combined stats for the next five highest pass catchers (Tyson Morris, Trey Knox, Warren Thompson, Blake Kern and De'Vion Warren) for the Razorbacks this season: 84 receptions for 1,121 yards and 7 touchdowns. Pittman said he had a discussion with Burks about his draft status, which Pittman said was late first round to early second round. "When he made his decision, I supported it and, not that he needed it, but I supported him," Pittman said. Pittman added he thinks Burks' draft stock will rise after he participates in the NFL Scouting Combine and goes through workouts. Burks hasn't been a one-man show in the Razorback receiving ranks, but the 6-3, 225-pounder has been a force that no one else could equal. "I feel like he'll do great things in the NFL and stuff like that," Morris said. "But I feel like it's the next man up mentality. I have to step up. The young guys have to step up. Everybody has to step up and play together as a quota." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  12/10/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  University of Arkansas receiver Treylon Burks announced Wednesday he has elected to forego his senior season to declare for the NFL Draft and will not play in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1. Burks' decision came on the day he was selected by a media panel as a first-team All-SEC choice, backing up the same position he held in voting by SEC coaches released Tuesday. Burks, projected as a first-round NFL Draft pick by many analysts, just completed one of the most productive seasons for an Arkansas receiver with 66 catches for 1,104 yards and 11 touchdowns, plus another 112 rushing yards and a touchdown. The 6-3, 225-pound junior from Warren said he spent many restless nights discussing his options with his family and praying. "Other than representing my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, there has been no greater honor in my life than representing Warren and the entire State of Arkansas these past three years," Burks wrote on social media. "I may be leaving the state, but Arkansas will always be home and I will never stop calling those Hogs." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  12/08/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2021 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Treylon Burks, Arkansas,...Burks posted one of the best seasons by a receiver in program history, recording 66 catches for 1,104 yards (16.7 ypc) and 11 touchdowns, while also being a threat on the ground with 15 carries for 112 yards (8.0 ypc) and a touchdown. He ranked second in the SEC in receiving touchdowns, third in receiving yards per game (92.0), fourth in receiving yards and sixth in receptions per game (5.5). The Warren, Ark. product set a program record totaling six 100+ yard receiving games in a season and became just the fourth receiver in school history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in a year. His 11 receiving touchdowns are tied for second-most in school history. Burks is joined by Alabama WR Jameson Williams on the first team; the duo are the only receivers in the SEC to total at least 1,000 receiving yards and 10 receiving touchdowns this season. - Arkansas Football

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  09/27/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  SEPT 27 SEC CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas,...Recorded season-highs of six catches and 167 yards with a touchdown in No. 16 Arkansas' 20-10 win over No. 7 Texas A&M. ..Burks recorded his sixth career 100+ yard receiving game, moving him into a tie for sixth-most such games in school history...Scored a TD on an 85-yard pass reception, his second-longest scoring play of the year after tallying a 91-yard TD reception against Georgia Southern. He is the only Razorback in history with two touchdown catches of 85+ yards...Burks' 167 receiving yards were the most Texas A&M allowed to a single receiver since Alabama's John Metchie (181 yards) on Oct. 3, 2020...Burks ranks second in the SEC and 22nd nationally with 373 receiving yards. - SEC Football

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  08/30/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Arkansas coach Sam Pittman indicated defensive tackle John Ridgeway is doubtful and receiver Treylon Burks is questionable for the Razorbacks' season opener against Rice on Saturday. Burks, an All-SEC pick last season when he caught 51 passes for 820 yards and 7 touchdowns, has not practiced in several days with an undisclosed injury. Pittman said Burks has "progressed" since the weekend, but said his injury is day to day. "I think we're going to progress him a little bit today, a little bit more tomorrow and then we'll see what happens," Pittman said. "I had a good talk with (associate director of sports medicine) Dave Polanski this morning about it. We're going to play him if he's ready, and if he's not, we're not. I really don't know if he's going to play or not; I have no idea. I think it's going to depend on probably the next two days, how he goes. I don't want to play him Saturday if he hasn't practiced at all, either." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  08/26/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Six Arkansas football players were included on the preseason All-SEC team voted on by coaches. Receiver Treylon Burks, center Ricky Stromberg and linebacker Grant Morgan were voted to the first team, while safety Jalen Catalon was voted to the second team, and offensive linemen Myron Cunningham and Ty Clary were voted to the third team. All of the players except Clary were voted to the media's preseason All-SEC team last month. Burks was Arkansas' only first-team pick by media. Morgan was a first-team pick and Burks and Catalon were voted to the second team by coaches at the end of 2020. With six players, Arkansas had more individuals represented on the All-SEC preseason team than eight other programs, which appears to signal the Razorbacks' talent is catching up with the rest of the league. Arkansas broke a 20-game SEC losing streak and went 3-7 against an all-conference schedule a year ago. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  07/26/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman said Thursday that senior receiver De'Vion Warren was doing well this summer, and he touted Warren's value to the team at the expense of graduate transfer receiver Mike Woods, who left for Oklahoma. "I'm excited about De'Vion," Pittman said. "Certainly before he was injured I thought he was the second-best receiver we had, so we're excited to get him back." Treylon Burks was clearly the Hogs go-to receiver last year with 51 receptions for 820 yards and 7 touchdowns in 8 full games. Woods was second with 32 catches for 619 yards and 5 touchdowns, while Warren had 15 receptions for 278 yards and 3 touchdowns in 6 full games.

Pittman thought the Razorbacks would be healthy heading into camp, saying "we'll be pretty much full flow, full go." He also added that players who enter the transfer portal at Arkansas should consider themselves gone. "Once you go to the transfer portal at the University of Arkansas, you sure ain't transferring back in," he said. "I'm pretty sure, if I asked [wife] Jamie, if I go to transfer for a week and figure it out would she let me come back, I'm sure the answer would be no. That's the way we feel about that, too." - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  06/24/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Three University of Arkansas football players were named preseason Phil Steele All-Americans on Wednesday, including junior receiver Treylon Burks as a first-team choice. Senior linebacker Grant Morgan and sophomore safety Jalen Catalon were second-team choices by Steele, who released his preseason All-America and All-SEC teams this week. Burks, of Warren, led the Razorbacks with 51 catches for 820 yards and 7 touchdowns in a breakout season last year. He ranked third in the SEC with 91.1 receiving yards per game and fifth in receiving yards. He pulled down second-team All-SEC honors. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  04/05/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  The Razorbacks have one now comparable to all of those in junior wide receiver Treylon Burks. The 6-3, 223-pound Warren native has rare speed and leaping ability with matching ball skills. Admission is free for Saturday's scrimmage, set to begin at 10:30 a.m. at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. That No. 16 will be running routes in live work might be enough to warrant a few dollars as you come through the gates. He's that good. It was worth a call to Dicus, equally fun to watch during his days. Dicus set the school record with 118 catches in his three years, a record that stood for 25 years before it was broken by J.J. Meadors.

Dicus admires Burks. "He has a lot of talent, no question," Dicus said. "And I think there is hidden talent that we haven't seen yet. Not all of it has been tapped yet. "I think that's the challenge for his new wide receiver coach (Kenny Guiton) and the offensive coordinator (Kendal Briles). He's only as good as the number of times they get him the ball." Obviously, Dicus knows teams will double cover Burks. They did a lot in his first two seasons when Burks caught 29 and 49 passes. He averaged 16.4 yards per catch in each of his first two seasons. There were plenty of highlight-reel catches last year, especially against Ole Miss (11 catches, 137 yards) and Missouri (10-206). Those two games had everyone scrambling in the record books for where Burks ranked. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  02/26/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  The University of Arkansas football team will open spring football practices on Tuesday, March 9, a UA athletics department spokesperson said on Thursday. The Razorbacks' annual spring finale in the Red-White game is scheduled for April 17. It will be the first set of spring drills for second-year Coach Sam Pittman, who had been on the job three months last March when covid-19 began shutting down athletic competition and eventually wiped out spring football for the Razorbacks and all other colleges. The NCAA allows 15 spring practices for member schools, with designated full-tackling limits. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  01/11/21 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  No one benefited by Franks' appearance more than Treylon Burks, who was selected second-team All-SEC after catching 51 passes for 820 yards and seven touchdowns. Burks is Arkansas' most skilled player by far and he's destined for the NFL after his career in a Razorbacks uniform. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  12/28/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR Treylon Burks, Arkansas,...Burks is the first Arkansas wide receiver to earn All-SEC recognition since Drew Morgan in 2015 when he earned the honor from the Associated Press. Cobi Hamilton in 2012 was the last Arkansas wideout to be named to the Coaches' All-SEC team when he was placed on the first team. Burks is ranked fourth in the SEC and 18th nationally with 820 receiving yards, placed sixth in the league with 5.7 receptions per game and seventh with seven touchdowns. - Arkansas Football

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  12/01/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Arkansas receiver Treylon Burks has been added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list, it was announced Monday. The award is presented annually to the top receiver in college football regardless of position. A sophomore from Warren, Burks leads the Razorbacks with 598 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 39 receptions. He has surpassed the 100-yard mark three times this season and finished with 90-plus yards in two other games. One week after not playing in Arkansas' narrow loss at Auburn because of a knee injury, Burks totaled a career-high 137 yards and a touchdown on 11 catches in a win over Ole Miss. He then followed that performance with a seven-catch, 117-yard, two-touchdown showing at Texas A&M. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  10/20/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Treylon Burks' acrobatic fourth-quarter touchdown catch was SportsCenter's No. 1 play of the day, but the sophomore was key throughout the drive. With Arkansas leading 20-14 and momentum seeming to turn in Ole Miss' favor, the Razorbacks began the drive at their 30-yard line with 12:06 remaining. Burks rushed for 11 and 5 yards on the first two plays of the drive. Running back Rakeem Boyd converted a third down, and two plays later Burks caught a pass for 16 yards on a second-and-9 that moved the ball to the Ole Miss 19. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  10/18/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Treylon Burks made a catch worthy of Sundays when it mattered most Saturday. Facing third-and-1 at the Ole Miss 7, Arkansas quarterback Feleipe Franks tossed a fade ball in to the corner of the end zone in a spot only Burks could get it. And he did. Burks left his feet, extended his right arm, snagged Franks' pass with only his right hand and tapped his right foot down mere inches from the sideline. The touchdown gave Arkansas a 26-14 lead with 7:36 remaining and essentially sealed Arkansas' 33-21 victory over the Rebels - the Razorbacks' first SEC home win since 2016. Burks knew it would stand. Following a brief review, it did. "The catch, it didn't surprise me," said Burks, a Warren native. "I do it in practice. It's just something I work on and something I want to get better at. "I had to sit out last week against Auburn. I just came back confident and I knew my teammates had confidence in me, so I just went in and played for them and the Arkansas Razorback nation."

Asked where the touchdown ranks among the many he has scored throughout his successful career, Burks said he isn't into that kind of thing. "Who knows," he said. "I'm just glad we scored and we got a win." One week after traveling but not being healthy enough to play in the controversial 30-28 loss to the Tigers because of a first-half knee injury suffered at Mississippi State the week before, Burks set career highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (137). - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  10/01/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  When Arkansas coach Sam Pittman was asked about Treylon Burks on Saturday, he found himself saying one word over and over: special. Burks was just that in the Razorbacks' season opener against No. 4 Georgia, locking in career highs in catches (7) and receiving yards (102) while tallying his first career touchdown on a 49-yard strike from quarterback Feleipe Franks. In the loss, Burks became the first Arkansas receiver to total 100-plus receiving yards since Mike Woods against San Jose State last September, and third Warren native to do so against the Bulldogs. "He's a really good player," Pittman said. "We certainly have to continue to try to get the ball to him more. He can win contested catches and he's a special player, special kid, special person, special player. We have to continue to run him a little bit more and get the ball to him more. "The touchdown grab he made and scored on was an exceptional play. I think (there will be more) to come, but we've got to target him more." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  09/28/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  University of Arkansas sophomore Treylon Burks gained 866 yards receiving, rushing and returning kickoffs and punts in 11 games last season, but he never got in the end zone. Burks finally got his first touchdown as a Razorback on Saturday when No. 4 Georgia beat Arkansas 37-10 at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Senior quarterback Feleipe Franks connected with Burks for a 49-yard touchdown pass to give Arkansas a 7-0 lead with 8:48 left in the first quarter. It was part of a big game for Burks, who had seven catches for 102 yards. "He's a really good player," Razorbacks Coach Sam Pittman said. "We certainly have to continue to try to get the ball to him more. "He can win contested catches and he's a special player, special kid, special person. We have to continue to run him a little bit more and get the ball to him more. "The touchdown grab he made and scored on was an exceptional play. I think that'll be things to come, but we've got to target him more." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  08/30/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  University of Arkansas cornerback Montaric Brown has gotten a good look at some of the nation's best college receivers the last few years. He thinks at least one of the Razorbacks' own wideouts can stack up with the best in the land, not only in the college game, but beyond. Treylon Burks is just a sophomore for the Razorbacks, but the 6-3, 232-pounder showed speed, strong physical traits, great hands and a tackle-breaking affinity last year. Asked which Arkansas wideout was toughest to cover, Brown said, "I'd say Treylon Burks. He's a big-frame guy. "I call him Julio Jones, because he has a big frame. He can do anything. He has speed, power, and he can just run by you. Even though he's like 230, he can run by you. He's got all the weapons. He's built like an NFL receiver. He can do anything."

Jones, the former Alabama star, is a 6-3, 220 pounder who has 797 catches for 12,125 yards and 57 touchdowns in 10 years with the Atlanta Falcons, already Hall of Fame-like numbers. Burks, a product of Warren High School, couldn't help but grin when a reporter brought up Brown's comparison. "Busta, that's my guy," Burks said. "We compete every day, and he calls me 'Julio.' That's my favorite receiver." Burks said he worked on his speed, slimming down a bit, running more precise routes and understanding defenses better during the offseason. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  08/19/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Treylon Burks showed numerous flashes of brilliance during an impressive freshman season at Arkansas. His athleticism and sure hands in the passing game coupled with great elusiveness on special teams, particularly on punt return, landed him on the SEC All-Freshman Team in 2019. He and running back Rakeem Boyd, who rushed for 1,133 yards and eight touchdowns, highlighted a season filled with offensive struggles. Although he did not tally a touchdown last fall, his production provided plenty of optimism and promise for the future at the receiver position. In 2020, Burks can cement himself as Arkansas' go-to target and one of the best pass catchers in a league littered with talented skill players. "He's talented enough to be a No. 1 receiver on several teams, in my opinion," Arkansas coach Sam Pittman said Monday during a Zoom conference with reporters. "We've got to find ways to get the ball to him, whether it's throwing it to him, running him out of the backfield, throwing quick swings to him. "He's a big, fast receiver that we need to get touches to. He's earned that, in my opinion, through the walkthroughs, through his offseason workouts and (Day 1 of fall camp)." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  07/27/20 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Treylon Burks, Arkansas,...Burks produced an impressive all-around freshman campaign in 2019, earning SEC All-Freshman status as a wide receiver and second-team honors as a returner. He started nine of the 11 games he played in and led the Razorbacks with 475 receiving yards, catching 29 passes for a team-best 16.4 yards per reception. The Warren, Ark. native also added punt and kick return duties to his list of responsibilities, returning 10 punts for 130 yards and 10 kicks for 226 yards for a team-best average of 22.6 yards. He ended his first season on the Hill second on the team with 866 all-purpose yards, trailing only Rakeem Boyd's 1,293 yards. - Arkansas Football

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  12/11/19 - WR *Treylon BurksJr/2022, Arkansas, 6-2, 224 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2019 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RS Treylon Burks, Arkansas,...Burks, a freshman from Warren, Arkansas, saw action on both kickoff and punt returns this season, totaling 22 between the two. He returned 10 kickoffs for 226 yards, averaging 22.6 per play, while returning 12 punts for 130 yards for a clip of 10.8 per return. He ranked sixth in the conference this season in kickoff return yards per game at 20.5 and eighth in punt return yards per game at 11.8. His top return game came against Mississippi State on Nov. 2, totaling 134 kick return yards, which were the most by a Razorback since 2017. On top of his prowess in the return game, Burks also made an impact on offense, leading Arkansas in receiving yards with 475 on 29 receptions for a team-best 16.4 yards per catch. He led all SEC freshmen during the regular season in yards per game (43.2) and receptions per game (2.6). - Arkansas Football

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