The Recruiting Guy:

Get to know Arkansas O-line commit Cole Carson

By: Richard Davenport
Published: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Offensive lineman Cole Carson.
Offensive lineman Cole Carson.

Cole Carson is one of three offensive linemen committed to Arkansas and one of 19 pledges in the 2021 class.

He chose the Razorbacks over scholarship offers from Auburn, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Arizona, Colorado, Duke, Southern Miss and others in April.

Nickname: The BIGN

School/City: Bogata (Texas) Rivercrest

Height: 6-6

Weight: 290 pounds

Bench max: 315 pounds

Squat max: 500 pounds

Number of years playing football: 10 years playing rebel ball. I'm the only senior to be playing since 2nd grade.

School or schools that intrigued me other than Arkansas: Baylor and Auburn

I committed to Arkansas because: Coach (Sam) Pittman and Coach (Brad) Davis are master O-line coaches. This year’s draft was an example of why.

In college, I plan to major in: Agriculture education and communications

Football is a great sport because: The hitting and the winning

Best football moment: Starting my freshman year and help to win the first playoff game in school history

My favorite play and describe: Pancaking No. 54 from Deleon in the area-round championship game

Favorite uniform color/combo: Our grey on grey

Team entrance song, if you could pick: I like a calm, business-type entrance so we can go to work

Favorite music: Newer-type country

Favorite song: Anything by Turnpike Troubadours

Favorite food: Mexican

I will never eat: Plant-based meat

What really makes you angry: I don’t get angry

If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to and why? The old west to be a cowboy

Clean or messy person: I’m a very clean, neat person

Dream Date: My girlfriend at the Huddleston's

Hobbies: I love working around the ranch

The one thing I could not live without is: Meat

Role model: My grandfather

If you were a super-hero, what powers would you have: Ability to read minds

People would be surprised that: I am as nice as I am

Ten years from now I'll be: Married with kids, hopefully coaching at Arkansas or another school


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