Class 4A Week 16 Final Rankings & Notes
Class 4A Week 16 Final Rankings & Notes
Senior QB at 96 TDs and counting ‚ÄĒ 1 short of Houston's mark
Dual-threat QB joins elite company as 7,000-yard passer and 3,000-yard rusher
Lee's Comets gaining attention from colleges near and far
Booneville's Goff piling up numbers that can't be ignored
No. 1 Bigelow plays at No. 8 Hector Friday night. (Ted McClenning photos)
Mountain View and QB Elijah Carlton average 29 ppg. (J Manning photo)
5A No. 6 Greenbrier (6-0) takes it game by game. (Tommy Land photos)
Talent galore for Class 3A No. 6 Centerpoint at No. 1 Prescott. (Adam Hatmaker photo)
Class 3A No. 9 Hoxie has outscored opponents 175-74 this fall.
Class 5A No. 8 Camden Fairview eyes it first league title since 2013. (Ted McClenning photos)
D2 teams sign quality classes full of in-state talent. (Tommy Land photo)
No. 4 Poyen plays host Friday to No. 3 Junction City. (Ted McClenning photo)
Class 6A No. 3 LR Parkview goes to No. 4 Sylvan Hills at 7 Friday night. (J Manning photos)
No. 2 Lake Hamilton eyes deep playoff run. (J. Manning photo)
No. 2 Prescott plays at No. 8 Glen Rose at 7 Friday night.
Rogers QB Christian Francisco excels on and off the field. (Richey Miller photo)
Elkins senior QB Kain Johnson (in Richey Miller photo) triggers the 6-0. Elks.
Paris travels to Atkins this week in a key 4-3A clash. (Richey Miller photo)
No. 12 Ashdown at No. 19 Malvern features a pair of 7-4A unbeaten teams. (Justin Manning photo)
Class 3A No. 11 Cedarville can improve to 5-0 for the first time in school history. (Press-Argus Courier photo)
Ouachita signed 13 players from Arkansas, including Harrison all-state RB Gabe Huskey. (Sheldon Smith photo)
Class 5A playoffs: No. 3 PA battles No. 2 Harrison at 7 Friday night.
Van Buren, which drops to 6A in 2020, can win at least six regular-season games for the second time in 20 years. (V Norwood photo)
LR Catholic and Jordan Edington (in Jimmy Jones photo) can finish as 7A Central runner-up with a win over Conway.
No. 2 Fordyce (7-0) battles Class 2A No. 1 Junction City (6-1) on Friday for the 8-2A title. (R Sharp photo)
Senior QB Logan Miller has emerged as Riverview's top big-play threat. (Mary Kay Hill photo)
Sophomore QB Austin Myers (#12 in photo) has completed 24 of 35 passes (69 percent) over the past three weeks.
DeWitt (4-0) plays its most meaningful home game in almost 30 years this week. (LeeAnn Morgan photo)
Unbeaten Maumelle has not trailed in a game this season. (Jimmy Jones photo)
UA-Monticello signed a celebrated class, including Rivercrest QB Demilon Brown (3) in Ted McClenning photo.
Heber Springs' hopes of upsetting 3-4A champion Rivercrest hinges on its QB and running back. (Christina Cox photo)
Making the playoffs is a milestone for a few schools. For others, just another football Friday. (Greg Davis photo)
Rison senior Malik Chavis (in R Sharp file photo) ran a 4.39 forty this summer at the UA camp.
Like most title contenders, Class 4A No. 6 Ozark has playmakers like #5 Dawson Dietz. (Alan Wagoner file photo)
Hamburg owns a 5-1 record and enters this week's crucial matchup at Helena (5-1) as the No. 7 team in Class 4A. (R Sharp photo)
Foreman QB/CB Kyren Batey (In R Sharp photo) projects as a college defensive back or receiver.
A return to prominence coincides with increased talent at Class 4A No. 3 Nashville. (R Sharp photo)
Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield regional exec. Rebecca Pitillo presents the trophy to the Fouke Panthers. (R Sharp photo)
Bearden QB/S Tyler Berry (#3 above) signed with Henderson. Ouachita landed the most in-state players, (R. Sharp photos)
Seven players from Arkansas signed Division I letters of intent with out-of-state schools. (Rhonda Sharp photos)
Only 17 percent of Arkansas' football-playing schools are still in the playoffs. (Rhonda Sharp photos)
Two championship programs fielding some of the better talent in Class 2A collide Friday night at McCrory. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
Class 5A No. 7 Wynne plays host Friday night to No. 3 Nettleton for a share of the 5A East title. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
Every college in the region has noticed Little Rock Catholic senior kicker Chris Elser. (Nelson Chenault photo)
Talent and confidence have pushed Parkview to its first 3-0 league start in more than 30 years. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
Nettleton's 48-21 win last week over Batesville could rocket the Raiders to new worlds in 2017. (Rhonda Sharp photos)
Watson Chapel safety Michael Williams (in photo) heads to Army. (photos by Rhonda Sharp)
England QB Brayden Brazeal signed with Ouachita. OBU and Arkansas Tech loaded up on in-state players. (photo by Justin Manning)
No high school team in the state likely has faced more adversity this season than Watson Chapel. (Rhonda Sharp photos)
Two of the more intriguing story lines in the 2-16 playoffs surround programs with little and no tradition. (top photo by Rhonda Sharp)
Recruiters have no trouble spotting the talent in Ashdown, a blue-collar town of fewer than 4,600 residents. (photos by Rhonda Sharp)
Cave City senior QB Joseph Patterson (6-8, 225) has impressed opposing coaches and college recruiters. (top photo by Mitchell Sparks)
The most anticipated 2A game comes Friday with England QB Brayden Brazeal and Hector QB Tanner Gaines (above). (photo by Rhonda Sharp)
Hayden Henry (6-3, 210) makes his mark as a hard-hitting safety for Pulaski Academy. (photos by Rhonda Sharp)
Recruiting: Joe T's Nathan Page (in top photo) is one of many top recruits playing Friday night at Nashville.
The updated hootens.com Top 50 recruits includes Fayetteville QB Taylor Powell. (photo by Rhonda Sharp)
DI recruiters look hard at Highland's explosive athletes
Four Arkansans left big impressions at the Under Armour All-America game on Jan. 5 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Evian Hill didnít make a dot on any recruiting radars in the spring or summer. Yet, Pulaski Robinsonís top receiver could emerge as one of Arkansasí most sought after players.
Greenbrier football has flourished over the past two years, winning 16 games, and it could capture the 5A West title this season.
Only Dallas, Houston and LA are expected to produce more D-I linemen per capita this season.