Trey Knox
Wide ReceiverWR
Arkansas Razorbacks
Probable
Injury Illness
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Knox is a true freshman who has been making waves since coming on campus at Arkansas, most notably impressing during the spring game. The freshman has a big frame at 6-foot-5, 220-lbs, and the Hogs will be looking for a No. 1 wideout to replace the departed La'Michael Pettway, who is now at Iowa State. Knox will battle with Michael Woods, Deon Stewart and Jordan Jones for targets at the wide receiver position. Read Past Outlooks
Misses third straight practice
WRArkansas
Illness
August 21, 2019
Knox missed his third consecutive practice Wednesday, Kelli Stacy of The Athletic reports.
ANALYSIS
Sidelined with an illness, offensive coordinator Joe Craddock has no timeline for Knox's return. The true freshman was impressive in spring practice and looks to step into a starting role following the injuries of Jordan Jones (ankle) and Deon Stewart (ACL).
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Trey Knox
Spring Practice Preview: SEC
162 days ago
John McKechnie takes the spring practice previews down south with a look at the SEC. It's now or never for Georgia's Demetris Robertson after the Bulldogs lost three receivers to the NFL.
Freshmen Preview: Signing Day Recap
196 days ago
John McKechnie breaks down the winners and losers from this year's recruiting cycle and previews some of the incoming freshman that could be making a fantasy impact in 2019, including Oklahoma's Theo Wease.
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Impressing as true freshman
WRArkansas
April 7, 2019
Knox impressed in Saturday's spring game, hauling in three of six targets for 57 yards, Scottie Bordelon of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reports.
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