Three Arkansas football players have been arrested for residential burglary this afternoon, according to the Washington County Detention Center website. Wide receivers Marquel Wade and Maudrecus Humphrey and tight end Andrew Peterson have been booked into the Washington County Detention Center after being arrested by the University of Arkansas Police Department. All three players have been charged with residential burglary.Arkansas News | Football: Three Hogs Arrested On Burglary Charges Make that six offseason arrests for the Hogs, in addition to the obvious Bobby Petrino fiasco. As many will note, Maudrecus Humphrey, who has been charged with nine counts of burglary (which is a class-B felony in the Arkansas penal law), is the son of former Alabama standout Bobby Humphrey. He is also the brother of Marlon Humphrey, a 2014 prospect out of Hoover who figures to be heavily recruited and who many believe will ultimately end up in Tuscaloosa just like his father.