Devwah Whaley and his Arkansas Menís Football teammates practiced inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the first time this spring, closing out the second week of spring camp.
The Razorbacks have now completed six of 15 scheduled practices leading up to the annual Red-White Spring Game on April 29th.
With three periods of practice before the team broke into a 100-plus play scrimmage that featured first, second and third down work from short, medium and long distances, as well as high red-zone work and move-the-ball situations, including two-minute drill.
It was the teamís first live-tackling of the spring and officials were present to mimic a game-like setting as much as possible.
In an effort to limit his live work this spring, senior center Frank Ragnow did not participate. With Ragnow out, junior Zach Rogers started at center. The first-team offensive line also included sophomore Colton Jackson at left tackle, junior Hjalte Froholdt at left guard, senior Jake Raulerson at right guard and junior Brian Wallace at right tackle.
On the ground, junior Rawleigh Williams III and sophomore Whaley took the bulk of the carries with the first team, while early enrollee Maleek Williams and junior Juan Day worked with the second and third teams.
Whaley had a solid showing, turning in 93 yards on 14 carries.