August 4, 2017 - Freshman running back Maleek Williams impressed in the spring as a guy who could easily play beside Devwah Whaley in the backfield, but this fall he's not the only one making a good case for themselves.
There's freshman Chase Hayden and grad transfer David Williams.
Williams continues to show his maturity.
Coming in with three years of SEC experience under his belt, jumping into Arkansas' offense has been a smooth transition.
David Williams: "I feel like I can bring everything. Me and Devwah are going to push each other. I know he is going to come everyday at practice and bring 100 percent which is going to make me go 100 percent. I think iron sharpens iron and we are going to get better together."
Devwah Whaley: "He's good man. He's great. He brings a lot of good stuff to the table. With him coming in taking a load off my shoulders is also pretty helpful."
Austin Allen: "He's about as mature as you can get. It's kind of a business trip for him. He's here for six months and he's you know trying to make a name for himself. The way he has ran the ball this fall camp has been incredible."
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