Arkansas players - Robert Salinas (52), Jelani Smith (56), Brandon Barnett (6), Ryan Powers (41), Alfred Davis (51), Freddy Burton (46), Malcolm Sheppard (96), Jerry Franklin (34), Jerell Norton (27), Bret Harris (32), Joe Adams (3) and Jarius Wright (4) - head down the hill onto the Razorback practice fields.
Ryan Mallett hands off as fellow quarterbacks Jim Youngblood, Tyler Wilson and Brandon Mitchell watch the action.
Mallett and Mitchell
Jim Youngblood (14) works on a handoff.
Arkansas tailback and USC transfer Broderick Green gets in his first practice since being granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA.
At 6-5, 343 pounds, new UA offensive lineman Zhamal Thomas certainly doesn't look like a gymnast, but can reportedly do a standing backflip according to his teammates.
Safety Anthony Leon gets in some drill work.
Razorback defensive coordinator Willy Robinson barks out instructions during Thursday's practice.
Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino and freshman offensive lineman Travis Swanson head out to practice.
Petrino looks on at practice.
Mallett works in another drill.
Green gets his work in.
Razorback freshman wideout Cobi Hamilton watches a ball come into his hands.
Another true freshman wideout is Lance Ray.
The tallest of the trio of freshman wide receivers is 6-7 Neal Barlow of Pulaski Academy.
Junior wideout Marques Wade - with Paul Petrino looking on in the back - hopes to step up this season after a couple of injury-plagued and inconsistent seasons.
Part of the crowd that took in Arkansas' practice on Thursday.
Bobby Petrino and special teams coordinator John L. Smith share a laugh before practice.
Price Holmes of Batesville is a walk on wide receiver who was invited to be one of the 105 players that the NCAA allows to practice before school starts.
Freshman tailback Ronnie Wingo takes a handoff from UA assistant Tim Horton.
Junior college transfer Rudell Crim and freshman Ross Rasner work in a drill.
Arkansas players - including Matt Hall (75) and Van Stumon (44) - call it up before practice starts.