Arkansas’ Tuesday Practice provides Clues What Secondary Could be on Friday

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By Otis Kirk

Arkansas is holding its final Tuesday practice of the season as they prepare for Friday’s game at Missouri. 

The secondary will be missing cornerback Ryan Pulley and safety Kamren Curl. Both are suspended for this game. On Tuesday, the first-team secondary consisted of Jarques McClellion and Montaric Brown at the corners with Joe Foucha and Santos Ramirez at the safeties. Brown would fill in for Pulley while Foucha takes Curl’s place. Brown is a redshirt freshman who has four tackles while Foucha is a true freshman who has eight tackles. 

The second-team secondary consisted Kevin Richardson and Britto Tutt at the cornerbacks with Myles Mason and Ryder Lucas at the safeties. Richardson was also first-team at the nickel back.

Cole Kelley was spotted taking at least a snap at scout-team tight end. Ty Storey, Connor Noland and John Stephen Jones were getting the majority of the reps at center. Daulton Hyatt was in a green protective jersey.

Senior linebacker Dre Greenlaw wasn’t practicing so obviously his status for Friday’s game is unknown. Bumper Pool was getting the majority of the snaps with De’Jon Harris at linebacker during the open portion of practice. Hayden Henry was the other linebacker when Arkansas was in base. 

Arkansas and Missouri will kickoff at 1:30 p.m. on CBS. 

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