Arkansas kicker Zach Hocker worked out for the Indianapolis Colts, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles and the New Orleans Saints, according to a league source.
Hocker has drawn interest from over 20 NFL teams.
A second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection, the 6-foot, 191-pounder set school records for points and points by a kicker (354), field-goal percentage (77.2), point-after touchdowns (171), point-after attempts (173) and field goals converted (61).
He ranks sixth in SEC career point-after touchdowns, seventh in point-after touchdown attempts, eighth in points scored and is tied for 10th in field goals made.
Last season, Hocker scored 67 points as he connected on 28 of 28 extra points and hit 13 of 15 field goals. Three of his field goals ranked among the 15 longest in school history, including a 54-yarder.
Hocker kicked off 50 times, averaging 63.2 yards per kickoff with 34 touchbacks. His touchback percentage of 68 percent ranked second in the SEC and fifth in the NCAA, and his average is fourth in the conference and 18th in the nation.
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