Arkansas is still Hawging the in-state talent


The Razorbacks are five for five so far … will it continue this year?

If Arkansas can sew up the rest of the state’s top 10 talent, watch out in a couple of years. This could be the nucleus to rebuild around, starting with a leader like QB Ty Storey.

It isn’t always like this in the state of Arkansas. It’s not always this loaded.

Storey told Saturday Down South that the Razorbacks want to keep the other SEC superpowers at bay–namely Alabama, Auburn and LSU. So far, the Razorbacks have corralled five of the top seven players in the state–and there is a good chance the other two could come aboard with Arkansas. Will Gragg and K.J. Hill are the two in-state products who could swing the Razorbacks’ way in the near future.

EDITOR’S NOTE: All rankings, team or individual, are based on composite rankings from

93 Hjalte Froholdt Warren G Harding (Warren, Ohio) 4 DT 6’4” 282
152 Jamario Bell Junction City (Junction City, Ark.) 4 DE 6’6” 225
221 Ty Storey Charleston (Charleston, Ark.) 4 QB 6’3” 216
279 Zach Rogers Hebron (Carrollton, Texas) 4 OL 6’2” 297
394 Daytrieon Dean Northside (Fort Smith, Ark.) 3 DT 6’3” 260
477 Deon Stewart Highland (Hardy, Ark.) 3 WR 6’1” 165
549 Colton Jackson Conway (Conway, Ark.) 3 OL 6’6” 291
802 Austin Cantrell Roland (Roland, Okla.) 3 TE 6’5” 250



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  • I’m glad to see this. I want to see them do good because I always liked playing ARK as our last game on thanksgiving day. Another example of a tradition that the SEC took from lowly ol’ LSU, the red headed step child of the SEC.