"We have something to prove. Every meeting we have, we're like 'let's go, let's prove the day.'," adds Freshman Wide Receiver Jared Cornelius.
"We've simplified some things, and I am really impressed with this group because I feel a lot more comfortable myself with the offense, and they also feel a lot more comfortable with it," adds Wide Receivers coach Michael Smith.
Familiar names like Keon Hatcher and D'Arthur Cowan are back- but now so is Senior Demetrius Wilson- who is coming off a medical redshirt.
"Everybody is together, you know, from the Freshman, to the Sophomores, to the Juniors, we've all go to be one unit, you know. It's got to be a team effort," adds Wilson.
But it's not all about who is back, but maybe more about who has arrived- two members of this years signing class quickly making a name for themselves during Spring Practice.
"It's been a pretty smooth transition, but it's obviously a step up, but I'm loving it because it's just another challenge," says Junior College transfer Cody Hollister.
"That's exactly what I'm trying to do, set a name for myself, and I feel like I've done that so far, but I've got a lot more work to do," continues Cornelius.
"I just think they've brought a little 'umph' to our group because, you know, competition brings out the best, and these are two guys that have come in with the intentions of playing a lot next year," adds Smith.
As a group, they've been working hard to make Arkansas better through the air- and so far this spring, everyone is paying attention
"I'm solid with them right now. I think they are playing hard. They're not making a lot of mental mistakes. They're doing what we ask them to do," says Offensive Coordinator Jim Chaney.