Texas transfer Jake Raulerson will play for Arkansas

Texas center Jake Raulerson announced his intentions to transfer from the program after he was able to graduate in three years. Initially, it was believed that Raulerson would be moving to UCLA, but he failed to qualify for UCLA’s MBA program.

As a result, Raulerson began looking elsewhere.

Raulerson considered a handful of schools, including SMU and North Carolina, but he ultimately decided on the University of Arkansas after being accepted into it’s MBA program.

Accepted into Arkansas MBA #WPS pic.twitter.com/tdadbn9Yrx

— Jake from Statefarm (@JakeRaulerson55) June 15, 2016

Excited for football season! #WPS pic.twitter.com/USBe5c1Goj

— Jake from Statefarm (@JakeRaulerson55) June 16, 2016

Raulerson has two years of eligibility remaining and should be an impact player along the offensive front for Bret Bielema’s program.

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