2020 (REDSHIRT SENIOR): Played in eight games, seeing time both lined up at wide receiver and in the backfield … For the season, rushed 14 times and ranked fourth on the team rushing for 101 yards (7.2 ypc) and caught three passes for 63 yards (21.0 ypc) … Carried the ball one time for a loss of 14 yards in the season opener against Georgia (Sept. 26) … Did not record any statistics over the next three games played against Mississippi State (Oct. 3), Auburn (Oct. 10) and Tennessee (Nov. 7) and did not play against Ole Miss (Oct. 17) and Texas A&M (Oct. 31) … Recorded one rushing attempt for nine yards against Florida (Nov. 14) … Hauled in a reception for a season-high 51 yards and rushed one time for 29 yards against LSU (Nov. 21) … Tied career-high with two catches for 12 yards and totaled season-highs of six rushes for 52 yards at Missouri (Dec. 5) … Recorded five rushes for 25 yards in the season finale against Alabama (Dec. 12) … According to Pro Football Focus, saw action in 56 offensive and 31 special teams snaps … Posted three offensive game grade of 70-plus, with a season-high 98.2 grade against LSU.
2019 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR): Played in five games for the Razorbacks in 2019 … Totaled 47 plays, 36 on offense, according to Pro Football Focus … Recorded 65 rushing yards on eight carries, while hauling in four passes for 10 yards, with three kick returns for a total of 61 yards … Caught two passes for eight yards in his first game of the year against Texas A&M on Sept. 28 … Had one rush against both Auburn (three yards) and Alabama (seven yards) … Ran the ball once vs. Western Kentucky (Nov. 9) for 29 yards, his longest of the season, caught a pass for seven yards and returned all three of his kickoffs for 61 yards, the longest going for 34 yards … Totaled 26 yards in his final game of the year at LSU on five carries.
2018 (JUNIOR): Played in four games for the Razorbacks as a junior in 2018 … Totaled 40 snaps on offense, according to Pro Football Focus, participating in each of the first three games of the year, as well as the fifth week of the season against Texas A&M … Ran for 28 yards on 10 carries, averaging 2.8 yards per rush … Hauled in four catches for 84 yards and a touchdown, rattling off a longest reception of 64 yards at Colorado State on Sept. 8 … Longest catch of the year by a Razorback in 2018 … Posted a 2018-best of 14 yards on three carries in the season opener against Eastern Illinois .. One of three games with three carries, also doing so against Colorado State (eight yards) and Texas A&M (six yards) … Caught two passes vs. North Texas for 17 yards on Sept. 15 … Helped the Arkansas offense to 4,028 yards of total offense and 28 touchdowns, including 1,721 yards on the ground and 2,307 through the air.
2017 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in all 12 games … Rushed 32 times and was fourth on the team in rushing yards (262) … Found the end zone twice — an 88-yard run and a 60-yard catch … Turned a pair of receptions into 64 yards, highlighted by a 60-yard touchdown grab … Logged nine runs for a first down, nine for 10-plus yards and four for 20-plus yards … at Ole Miss (Oct. 28): Rushed a season-high 11 times for 84 yards … Had a pair of 20-plus yard runs and four carries that resulted in first downs … vs. Coastal Carolina (Nov. 4): Followed up with a career performance that included 119 yards (his first 100-yard game) and an 88-yard score on the ground and a 60-yard score on his first career reception … His 88-yard touchdown run came in the fourth quarter and was the sixth-longest run in school history and the team’s longest play from scrimmage on the season … Finished with 179 all-purpose yards … Averaged 22.4 yards per play with three of his eight touches resulting in more than 20 yards … Became just the fourth player in school history to score multiple 60-yard touchdowns in a single game since 1997.
2016 (FRESHMAN): Flashed big play ability as a true freshman … Rushed 15 times for 88 yards, good for a 5.9 yard per carry average … Produced three 10-yard runs out of his 15 touches … Rushed for four first downs … Used in wildcat formations … Also used on kick-off return and had one return for 16 yards … vs. Alcorn State (Oct. 1): Scored his first career touchdown on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter to cap a 29-yard day on the ground in his hometown of Little Rock … at Mississippi State (Nov. 19): Broke a season-long 30-yard run during a 58-42 win in which Arkansas ran for 357 yards.
HIGH SCHOOL: Consensus four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports … Consensus national top 250 overall ranking by every recruiting service, with a best of No. 205 by Scout … National top 20 athlete ranking by Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports, with a best of No. 13 by 247Sports … No. 2 overall ranking in the state of Arkansas by ESPN and Rivals and No. 3 by 247Sports … Earned 2015 ALL-USA Arkansas Football first team honors … Named to the 2015 All-Arkansas Preps second team as a running back … Chosen as Hawgs247 Class of 2016 All-State running back … As a senior, had 27 receptions for 662 yards and six touchdowns, while rushing 100 times for 1,404 yards and 22 touchdowns … Selected as the THV11 Red Zone Player of the Week after running four times for 65 yards and four touchdowns in Joe T. Robinson High School’s 43-13 win over Clinton on Oct. 16, 2015 … As a junior, had 42 receptions for 1,109 yards and 11 touchdowns, while rushing 66 times for 835 yards and six touchdowns … Chosen as a Scout Top Performer after rushing for 301 yards on 13 carries in Joe T. Robinson High School’s 59-20 victory over Baptist Prep on Sept. 25, 2015 … Carried the ball 52 times for 675 yards and eight touchdowns, while hauling in 11 receptions for 225 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore … Coached by Todd Eskola … Chose Arkansas over Georgia, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State, TCU, Arizona, Arizona State, Duke and others.
PERSONAL: Born on April 24, 1998 … Son of Theron Hammonds and Nikkita Neely … Full name is Theron JaQuwn Hammonds … Kinesiology major.