Javelinas kicked off their spring practices March 25 as they begin to prepare for the upcoming 2017 season.
It will be the third year under head coach Darren Wilkinson, who had his best year with the Hog’s last season (9-3).
After losing some key performers from last season, the Javelinas look to rebuild their team at some very important positions, one being quarterback with the departure of Myles Carr.
The Hog’s also look for a new target at receiver with senior Anthony Autry gone as well.
Defensively the Hog’s have most of their starters returning, having only five players graduate last season.
The Javelina defense was key in the seven game streaks they had at the end of the season.
The Quarterback position is up for grabs with Carr leaving, giving the Hawaii transfer Beau Reily the reigns to lead the Javelinas.
The Hogs will wrap up their spring practices with the Make-A-Wish Spring Game on April 22 at 5 p.m.