Jordan Johnson had a good first day of practice, knocking down some passes and recording an interception during skeleton drills. He'll be competing for the starting field corner spot throughout the spring.
Cody Raymond is one of the more intriguing walk-ons this spring. He'll compete at the wide receiver position.
Kaneakua Friel is back from his mission and looking to make an impact at the tight end position.
Brock Stringham is back from his mission after showing very well as a true freshman.
Rob "The Freight Train" Morris is back in Provo after taking a job as a graduate assistant.
Safeties Ryan Comer and Travis Uale will battle throughout the spring for a starting nod.
Landon Fowler, Daniel Sorensen and Corby Eason all listen on during drills.
Alani Fua, Kevan Bills and Seth Probert participate during the first day of spring camp.
Hebron Fangupo is sure to see a lot of work at the nose tackle position this spring.
Tyler Beck saw action in two games as a freshman in 2007 before his mission.
Junior Oregon State transfer Devin Unga has a redshirt year available.
Preston Hadley really impressed during the first day of practice.
Coach DuPaix instructs Michael Alisa during drills.
Coach DuPaix barks out instructions. He showed to be a very energetic and hands-on instructor throughout the first day of practice.
New receiver coach Ben Cahoon watches Jordan Smith make a catch.