Arkansas’ Greg Childs went from being an All-SEC-type receiver to being lost in the shuffle when it comes to receptions.
Injured running back Dennis Johnson and wide receiver Greg Childs are finally getting healthy for the Razorbacks. Johnson has recovered from a bowel injury and should be available for spring ball. Childs, on the other hand, will not participate this spring but is currently running full speed.
Arkansas wide receiver Greg Childs will miss the rest of the season due a knee injury suffered in the Vanderbilt game.
Arkansas receiver Greg Childs left Saturday's game against Vanderbilt in the fourth quarter with what may be an knee injury.
Arkansas receiver Greg Childs (ankle) was back at practice on Wednesday, though his status for Saturday's game against Vanderbilt remains up in the air.
Regardless of who is quarterbacking Arkansas, the top receiver is undoubtedly Greg Childs as he hauled in nine catches for 164 yards and two touchdowns against Auburn.
After a disappointing first game, Greg Childs blew up for 145 yards and two scores on 12 catches for Arkansas against the Warhawks of Louisiana-Monroe.
Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee challenged wide receiver Greg Childs at Thursday's scrimmage and all Childs did was show up to that challange to the tune of five catches for 175 yards and three touchdowns. Those touchdowns covered 64, 34, and 63 yards.