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Baylor's 2016 Class: Those That Remain, Grayland Arnold

July 13, 2019

Do you stay or do you go? That was the question faced by the 2016 Class for Baylor football. As we show in our first article, the grass may not have been greener elsewhere. With that said, how have the players which remained true to Baylor peformed over the transition of staffs.

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Grayland Arnold‍ was highly sought after prospect and many teams tried to sway the Kountze athlete away from Baylor. Arnold kept true to Baylor and was soon starting his first season on campus. 2017 saw a freak injury occur just prior to the start of the season and he missed three games from his broken arm and then started the remainder of the season with a cast. In 2018, Arnold was again injured, which allowed him to take a redshirt to heal after playing in the maximum of four games. 2019 will be a big year for Arnold as he will factor into many packages.


2016 11 20 0 4
2017 9 35 1 8
2018 4 6 0 0
TOTAL 24 61 1 12


Honors and Highlights

2016 Career High 9 Tackles vs. Boise State in Cactus Bowl
2016 Two Tackles For Loss in Cactus Bowl
2017 First Interception vs. Texas
2018 Second Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele)
2018 Third Team Presason All-Big 12 (Athlon)
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