Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Brandon Allen has just been selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Allen, who played all four years in Fayetteville, threw for over 7,400 yards and picked up 64 touchdown passes in his time as the Hogs' QB. He threw 30 touchdowns in his senior season with just eight interceptions, as Allen only had 26 throughout his college career.
Allen is likely to play behind quarterback Blake Bortles for the Jags, who have had quite the draft this year with Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack standing out the most in their draft class.
Best of luck to Brandon Allen at the next level!