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)
Warren's Treylon Burks (13) tops the Top 50 recruits list for 2019. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
First-year head coach Nathan Brownâ€™s UCA staff added 19 newcomers, including Wynne's Logan Jessup (50). (Diane Smith photo)
Hog DC Chavis beats Bama, national powers for DB Mason. Greenwood QB Connor Noland (in Jimmy Jones photo) signed in December.
Bearden QB/S Tyler Berry (#3 above) signed with Henderson. Ouachita landed the most in-state players, (R. Sharp photos)
Four in-state players ink with A-State, including PA's Layne Hatcher in Rhonda Sharp photo above.
Seven players from Arkansas signed Division I letters of intent with out-of-state schools. (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)
Demias Jimerson's legend keeps growing in Hot Spring County. (Judy Beard photo)
Nettleton's 48-21 win last week over Batesville could rocket the Raiders to new worlds in 2017. (Rhonda Sharp photos)
Joe T Robinson's Nathan Page (#3 in photo) headlines hootens.com Top 50 recruits for 2018. (photos by Rhonda Sharp)
A-State signs 27 players from 12 states, including three from Arkansas.
Ashdown defensive back Montaric Brown (in top photo) was one of six in-state players to sign with Arkansas. (photo by Rhonda Sharp)
UCA head coach Steve Campbell added four junior college transfers and one Division I transfer, along with 20 high school players, to the roster.
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)
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)
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