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Lighter and Quicker

Arkansas sophomore defensive tackle Dequinta Jones (6-5, 280) is not as big as last season, but does think his quickness will be a benefit to him in the SEC next season.

It's hard to call a 275-pound defensive linemen light, but that is the way University of Arkansas defensive line Dequinta Jones was being described coming into spring practice. Since he had played at 305 last season as a true freshmen, his frame was noticeably different. "I was just working hard to knock a couple of pounds off and instead took off a lot," Jones said. "But I am back at 280 now so... Recommended Stories

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