"It definitely felt great to be in the game plan and help my team out," Henry said. "When the run game opens up, it helps the tight ends get the ball a little bit more, so I've got to give credit to everyone else."
Others have been less reserved in their praise of the 6-foot-6, 250-pound Henry, who Bielema said is "going to set records" with the Razorbacks before he finishes his career.
"I saw it in camp," Williams said. "That's when I really saw his potential, and he hasn't disappointed yet. He's a big playmaker and is real calm out there on the football field. You can tell he has confidence, and he makes plays."
A pair of other freshmen, offensive linemen Denver Kirkland and Dan Skipper, also made their first starts last week at the guard positions. The 6-5, 345-pound Kirkland and 6-10, 317-pound Skipper earned the praise of Bielema and Allen for their efforts, and are likely to start again this week against the Gators.
It's a game that's expected to give Arkansas' youthful offense its most difficult challenge yet. Florida leads the SEC on both scoring and total defense this season, allowing just 12.8 points and 202.5 yards per game.
"They're definitely a great defensive team," Allen said. "It all comes back to us doing our part, us doing what we can to not make our own mistakes to help them all. Because we really can't afford that."
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