Eric Musselman

Eric Musselman

Clay Moser - The Hog Pod 

  • Razorback Basketball Assistant Coach 

  • Decade of experience in the NBA, Coached LeBron James last season

  • Coached at NC State with Jim Valvano

  • Arkansas Analytics



Corey Williams - The Hog Pod 

  • Razorback Basketball Assistant Coach

  • Selected in both the NFL and NBA Drafts

  • Won a world championship with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls

  • Coached under Eddie Sutton


Tuesday, 03 December 2019 16:55

Shooting shirts

This season, we decided to do something a little different with the gear our Razorback players wear to warm up in. You may have noticed some different shirts that the guys have been wearing to shoot in before certain games. 

We created some shirt designs for our players to wear before particular games that either commemorate a certain holiday or emphasize a different theme that we’ve come up with for an individual game. For our game against North Texas which was the day after Veteran’s Day, our players and staff donned red, white and blue Razorbacks shirts to honor those who have served our country.



We also wore these shirts prior to our first road game at Georgia Tech to remind our team that even though we were playing on the road, that we still “give our all for Arkansas” no matter who’s court we’re playing on. (We will also wear them tonight prior to playing Austin Peay)



Please continue to stay tuned as we will continue to wear some different themed shirts throughout the rest of the season! Go Hogs!!

Monday, 02 December 2019 15:30

Daniel Reeves

Current Title (Date started current position):  Equipment Manager (MBB, WBB, MTR, WTR) – January 2019

Education: Kentucky, 2005 – BA in Education – Kinesiology

Top Razorback Moment:  Tie – 2012 Cotton Bowl Win over Kansas State, 2013 being on C’mon man for Southern Miss Helmet stuck to Alex Collins Shoulder Pads

Previous Positions/Jobs Held (titles and years):
University of Houston – Asst. AD for Equipment Operations (2014-2018)
University of Arkansas – Assistant Equipment Manager Football (2011-2013)
University of Arkansas – Assistant Equipment Manager Olympic Sports (2010)
San Diego State University – Assistant Equipment Manager Football, WGF, Softball, Water Polo (2008-2009)
San Diego Chargers – Seasonal Assistant Equipment Manager (2006-2007)
Cologne Centurions – NFL Europe Equipment Manager (2006-2007)
Miami Dolphins – Seasonal Assistant Equipment Manager (2005)
University of Kentucky – Student Equipment Manager (2000-2004)

Spouse: Married to former Leslie Young

Hometown: Lexington, Ky.

Monday, 02 December 2019 08:35

Pat Ackerman

Patrick Ackerman, who worked two seasons at Nevada, is in his first year as Arkansas men’s basketball recruiting coordinator for the 2019-20 season.

Ackerman spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant under Musselman for the Wolf Pack. Ackerman was part of a staff that led Nevada to back-to-back NCAA Tournament berths, advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2018, and won 29 games in each of his two seasons. Nevada also won a pair of Mountain West Conference championships.

Prior to Nevada, Ackerman was an assistant coach at Bridgewater College for the 2016-17 campaign. At Bridgewater, he assisted with recruiting, scouted opponents, worked with the players on skill development, scheduled community service and monitored academics.  In addition, he scheduled team functions, managed student volunteers and took care of practice equipment.

Ackerman played at Penn State and earned two letters before finishing his career at Detroit Mercy.  He lettered one season at Detroit Mercy and was unable to play his senior season as a result of injuries.

The Rutland, Mass., native received a degree from Detroit Mercy in communications with a minor in leadership in 2016.  He completed his master’s degree in educational leadership at Nevada in May 2019.

Monday, 02 December 2019 08:33

Michael Musselman

Michael Musselman enters his first season as director of recruiting for Arkansas men’s basketball.

Prior to Arkansas, Musselman spent one year (2018-19) as a graduate assistant at Nevada, helping the team win 29 games, win a Mountain West Championship and earn an NCAA Tournament berth.

Musselman previously served as a student manager at his alma mater, the University of San Diego. In his four years with the Toreros, he assisted the team in practice sessions, scouting reports, film editing and statistical analysis.

Musselman continues the coaching legacy that was started by his grandfather, Bill Musselman.

Musselman received his bachelor’s degree in communications and a minor in business administration from San Diego in 2018. He completed his master’s degree in educational leadership from Nevada in the summer of 2019.

Monday, 02 December 2019 08:25

Riley Hall

Riley Hall is in his fourth year with the Razorbacks and second as program’s video coordinator for the 2019-20 season.

In his current role, Hall oversees collecting game tapes, breaking down practice and game footage for instructional use and organizing scouting video for the Razorback coaching staff.

Previously, Hall spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with the Razorback men’s basketball program in 2017-18. His duties then included overseeing all student managers, supervising practice preparations, directing and sending mailouts for current and future recruits and reviewing film breakdown/scouting reports for potential opponents. Prior to coming on staff, Hall served as a student manager from 2013-16.

The Bryant, Arkansas, native graduated from the University of Arkansas in May 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. He completed his Master’s in Recreation and Sports Management in 2018.

Hall married the former London Farrar on August 4, 2018.

We took a moment as a team to begin a new tradition where we write down what we are thankful for.  We are looking forward to sharing this special time with one another and grow closer as a team.



































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Tuesday, 19 November 2019 18:30


Today we are thrilled to announce the signing of Davonte “Devo” Davis.  Devo is a 6’4’’ home-grown guard from Jacksonville, AR.


He is ranked 97th in the country by 247 Sports, ranked 129th in the country by Rivals, and 80th in the country by ESPN. Each of them have listed him as a 4 star recruit.


He averaged 12 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 2.4 APG on the super competitive EYBL Circuit. He represented his team with great composure and poise delivering these stats among his other star-studded teammates. Even more importantly, his team competed and won at the highest level all session. 


He is an elite floor general and natural leader. A truly versatile guard that can play both guard positions. Devo’s tremendous toughness and versatility will be an awesome addition to our already talented Arkansas Razorbacks squad.


We love Devo’s ability to be both a playmaker and a scorer at all three levels. He is an outstanding free throw attempt player and does a great job finishing through contact. From a defensive perspective, Devo will add plenty of length and athleticism that will lead to being able to guard multiple positions.

Our staff and our amazing fans are beyond excited for Devo to join the family, GO HOGS!

Monday, 18 November 2019 06:29

Martina Wood

Martina Wood, who spent the last six years on women’s staffs at Kansas, Bucknell and Richmond, is in her first season as Director of Multimedia Services on the Arkansas men’s basketball staff for the 2019-20 season.

Wood, one of 21 women currently on an NCAA Division I men’s basketball staff, has worked with post players as a coach in her previous three stops. She has additionally been on the cutting edge of technology expanding the Bucknell and Richmond programs’ brand through social media and other electronic avenues. In addition to being a collegiate coach, Wood has worked as a marketing coordinator at “A Step Up” for the last eight years.

At Bucknell, the Bison posted a 52-14 record, including a 33-3 mark in league play and earned two postseason berths, including the 2017 NCAA Tournament and 2016 the WNIT. Wood guided three student-athletes — Claire DeBoer, Kaitlyn Slagus, and Sune Swart — to a combined four All-Patriot League selections while DeBoer was named the Patriot League regular-season and tournament MVP.

During Wood’s two seasons with the Kansas women’s basketball team, the Jayhawks featured six All-Big 12 selections including Chelsea Gardner, a two-time All-America Honorable Mention and second-round draft pick of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. During her time at Kansas, Wood received her Master’s in communications studies.

Wood played collegiately for Hall of Fame coach Sylvia Hatchell at North Carolina, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies in 2010. She helped the Tar Heels to back-to-back Final Fours (2006 and ‘07), two NCAA Elite Eights and three ACC Championships (2005, ’06 and ’08) during her career.

Following her collegiate playing career, Wood went on to play professionally for teams in Norway, Greece, Lebanon, Ukraine and Jordan. She was the Norwegian Center of the Year. Wood also won a gold medal with her Lebanon team at the Pan Arab Games and her Ukraine team was Ukrainian Cup champion.

Coaching Career:
Richmond – Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach, 2017-19 (Head coach Michael Shafer)
Bucknell – Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach, 2015-17 (Head coach Aaron Russell)
Kansas – Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach, 2013-15 (Head coach Bonnie Henrickson)

Monday, 18 November 2019 06:24

Earl Boykins

Earl Boykins, a 13-year NBA veteran, is in his first season as Arkansas men’s basketball Director of Student-Athlete Development.

Boykins played for head coach Eric Musselman with the Golden State Warriors during the 2002-03 season and while Musselman was an assistant coach for the Orlando Magic.

Since his retirement from the NBA, Boykins was the head coach at Douglas County (Colo.) High School as well as running the Boykins Basketball Academy in Denver. In addition, he founded non-profit “Boykins Kids” and has been a lecturer on leadership.

Boykins, the second-shortest player in the NBA history at 5-5, dished out 2,092 assists and scored 5,791 points over his career. In fact, he is the shortest player in NBA history to score at least 30 points in a game when he poured in 32 in a 117-109 Denver Nuggets’ win over Detroit on Nov. 11, 2004.

An undrafted free agent out of college, Boykins played for New Jersey Nets (1999), Cleveland Cavaliers (1999 and 2000) Orlando Magic (1999), Los Angeles Clippers (2000-02), Golden State Warriors (2002-03), Denver Nuggets (2003-06, 2007), Toronto Raptors (2006-07), Milwaukee Bucks (2007; 2010-11), Charlotte Bobcats (2007-08), Washington Wizards (2009-10) and Houston Rockets (2012).

In the middle of his NBA career, Boykins played one season (2008-09) in Italy and was the highest-paid player in the Italian League. Boykins lived up to the hype as he led Virtus Bologna to the 2009 EuroChallenge Cup Championship.

Boykins is arguably the best player to ever come out of Eastern Michigan University. His number (#11) was retired by EMU in 2011 and he is a member of the school’s E-Club Hall of Fame (Class of 2013).

As a senior with the Eagles, Boykins was named All-American honorable mention and he was recipient of the 1998 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, which is awarded to the nation’s best collegiate player under six feet tall. The previous season, Boykins led Team USA to the 1997 World University Games gold medal and was subsequently tabbed the USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year.

Boykins helped the Eagles win two MAC Tournament championships and they made four straight MAC Tournament championship game appearances. In both 1996 and 1998, EMU advanced to the NCAA Tournament. In 1996, the Eagles pulled off a monumental upset, defeating Duke (75-60), behind 23 points, five assists and four steals from Boykins.

He also earned All-MAC first team honors in 1997 and 1998, and, during his senior campaign, he was the second-leading scorer in the entire country at 26.8 points per game.

Boykins, who attended Cleveland Central Catholic HS, was named the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s high school Player of the Decade for the 1990’s among players from the newspaper’s area of Northeast Ohio.

Boykins is a 1998 graduate of Eastern Michigan with a degree in communications.

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