Arkansas offensive lineman Andrew Chamblee is listed as a starter for Saturday's game against Western Carolina at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
Chamblee, above, is a fourth semester redshirt freshman. who played at Maumelle High School, and is listed at left tackle for the Hogs..
A mid-year graduate, Chamblee went through spring drills in 2022 and was redshirted last season.
In the pregame notes for the game, Chamblee, "impressed coaches during preseason camp." The 6-foot-6 and 304 pound left tackle had been a high school All-American for the Hornets and then coach Kirk Horton. He was considered a four-star prospect and was ranked the No. 2 player in the state.
He was one of two Maumelle graduates to sign with Arkansas and Chamblee was joined on the Hill by defensive lineman Nico Davillier.
Davillier. above is a 6-4, 268 pound defensive end and a sophomore. He didn't get any starts last season but played in every game as a special teams player and saw spot action for the defense.
The only other North of the River player for the Hogs this season is defensive lineman Quincy Rhodes Jr., a 6-6 289 freshman. Rhodes has a roster spot and will wear No. 97 this season but the North Little Rock High School grad is likely to get redshirted.
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