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Greenlaw's Options Are Win-Win

Fayetteville safety Dre Greenlaw (6-1, 220) hopes he will soon have the choice of deciding between playing for the Razorbacks that he grew up loving or at Arkansas State, where his adopted dad is now an assistant coach.

The way Fayetteville safety Dre Greenlaw (6-1, 220) sees it, he's got a win-win scenario staring him in the face. Either the current Arkansas State commit will he'll get a chance to play for the team he grew up dreaming of being a part of – Arkansas – or he'll get a chance to play for his adopted dad and a very successful Red Wolves program. “An offer from Arkansas would be such a big...

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Fayetteville safety Dre Greenlaw is committed to Arkansas State, but still hopes to attend the…

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