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Trey Flowers | Defensive End

Team: Arkansas Razorbacks
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 262

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Arkansas senior Trey Flowers will solicit a wide variety of opinions from scouts, notes TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
The 6-foot-4, 262-pounder earned Second Team All-SEC honors in 2013, racking up 44 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and five sacks, as well as three forced fumbles and an interception. "The senior defensive end receives a variety of grades from scouts and has been stamped anywhere from a third round prospect to a late seventh round player," Pauline wrote. "Flowers comes with average size speed numbers but is a solid pass rusher who looks athletic on the field. I struggle to see him line up as anything other than a 4-3 defensive end in the NFL yet I like his propensity to force the action behind the line of scrimmage." Pauline himself allots Flowers with a Rds. 3-4 grade. Sep 1 - 5:20 PM

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Arkansas senior Trey Flowers "can boost his stock with better burst off the edge and by using his long arms to more consistently affect the vision of quarterbacks," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.

"His junior tape did not reveal ideal flexibility, explosive quick-twitch or the straight-line speed to be a featured stand-up rusher in the NFL but scouts will appreciate his versatility and the effort he shows in pursuit. Flowers can boost his stock with better burst off the edge and by using his long arms to more consistently affect the vision of quarterbacks," Rang wrote. The 6-foot-4, 262-pounder earned Second Team All-SEC honors in 2013, racking up 44 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and five sacks, as well as three forced fumbles and an interception. The Razorbacks prospect decided to come back for his senior season after receiving a third-round grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board in January.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 11 - 12:56 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers could be drafted higher than former teammate Chris Smith (Round 5 by the Jaguars).

The 6-foot-4, 262-pounder posted only 13.5 tackles for loss and five sacks last season, decent for most, but not the production of a Day 1 or 2 pick. Scouts believe that Flowers could still be growing into his gangly frame, however, and some believe he's about to embark upon a breakout campaign. Flowers elected to return to school for his senior season after receiving a third-round tag from the NFL Draft Advisory Board in January.
Jun 12 - 10:02 PM

Arkansas senior DE Trey Flowers' "intriguing physical dimensions" have him on NFL scouts' radars as a "wait-and-see" prospect, according to NFL.com's Bucky Brooks.

"It takes a while for long, gangly defensive ends to find their way as pass rushers, but NFL coaches and scouts are certainly willing to wait on impressive athletes that flash potential early in their careers," Brooks wrote. The 6-foot-4, 262-pounder isn't coming off the most productive season, collecting a respectable-but-not-dominant 13.5 tackles for loss and five sacks. "Although his flashes are impressive enough to garner serious consideration, Flowers must display more consistency and production to earn a high spot on the list," the analyst wrote. Brooks ranked Flowers No. 10 on his "pass rushers to watch" list.
Source: NFL.com
May 31 - 5:21 PM

Arkansas junior DE Trey Flowers will return to school in 2014.

Flowers added he received a third-round tag from the NFL Draft Advisory Board. The junior has registered 13.5 tackles for loss, including five sacks, this season. He needs to improve his hand use next year.
Jan 6 - 1:05 PM

Arkansas junior DE Trey Flowers has requested an evaluation from the NFL Draft Advisory Board.

Flowers is a longer edge rusher than his counterpart Chris Smith, but neither's tape matches up with their box score production. The junior has registered 13.5 tackles for loss, including five sacks, this season. "I think he's generally intrigued where he's at, where he stands and where he could possibly be drafted at," head coach Bret Bielema added.
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 11:07:00 AM

Arkansas junior DE Trey Flowers recorded four solo tackles and two sacks in Saturday's 34-14 victory against Louisiana-Lafayette.

Flowers is the flashiest member of a veteran defensive line that ranks as one of Arkansas' most valuable units. He was named to the ALL-SEC Freshman team in 2011 and finished second on the team with six sacks last season. To prepare for another season against massive SEC offensive lines (and, presumably, to prepare for bigger NFL lines), Flowers bulked up from 240 to around 265 pounds over the winter.
Mon, Sep 2, 2013 01:39:00 PM