Arkansas' top CB Ryan Pulley says he's out for the season

Pulley had 13 pass breakups in 2016. (Getty)

Arkansas cornerback Ryan Pulley said he won’t play again in 2017 after suffering a shoulder injury in the second half of the Razorbacks’ 49-7 victory over Florida A&M on Thursday.

Pulley posted the news to Facebook on Friday afternoon. You can read his entire post over at HawgSports.com. 

“To my family, friends & fans… Got injured (shoulder) last night got my results this morning yea I’m done for the season when it happened I asked why but soon I said it I paused and told myself never question God because everything happen for a reason. But I’m going to stay prayed up through this process and bounce back better than ever & stronger than ever.”

Pulley is Arkansas’ best cornerback. He had 47 tackles and two interceptions in 2016. While the interception total may seem low, he had 13 passes broken up.

A junior, Pulley has the option of applying for a medical redshirt because the injury happened so early in the season.

Arkansas plays TCU on Sep. 9.

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