He’s only a freshman, but Devwah Whaley looks like he belongs in the SEC.
In the second quarter of Arkansas’ game against LSU, the freshman tailback busted off a long run against the LSU defense. To finish the play, Whaley sent LSU’s All-SEC safety Jamal Adams to the ground with a nasty stiff arm.
Adams gave credit to Whaley after the play by clapping.
Whaley making a statement here pic.twitter.com/WlN0qvY0o7
— Sawyer Radler (@SportsTalkSaw) November 13, 2016
The run eventually set up an Arkansas touchdown, its first of the game. The Razorbacks badly needed something to jump-start their offense, as they were trailing 21-0 before the Whaley stiff arm.
The game can be seen on ESPN. You can also follow the game on our Arkansas live blog.