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2003 Arkansas Football National Letter-of-Intent Signees

BY ANDRES FOCIL
2003 Arkansas Football National Letter-of-Intent Signees

NOTE: Classification listed is as of fall 2003.

Chris Baker, FR, WR, 6-2, 205, Osceola (Osceola HS / Hargrave [Va.] Military Acad.), Ark.

Robert Felton, FR, OG, 6-4, 325, Houston (Cypress Creek HS), Texas

Nate Garner, FR, OL, 6-6, 290, Roland (Pulaski Robinson HS), Ark.

Matt Gilbow, FR, OL, 6-7, 275, Jonesboro (Jonesboro), Ark.

Rodney Giles, FR, DE, 6-4, 235, Hot Springs (Hot Springs), Ark.

Anthony Gray, FR, LB, 6-3, 220, Dumas (Dumas), Ark.

Ivora Hall Jr., FR, DT, 6-2, 305, Memphis (Hamilton HS), Tenn.

Terrance Hampton, FR, WR, 6-0, 185, Warren (Warren), Ark.

Jeremy Harrell, FR, DL, 6-3, 300, Texarkana (Texas HS), Texas

Marcus Harrison, FR, DL, 6-3, 285, Little Rock (Mills HS), Ark.

Willie Hordge, FR, WR, 5-10, 170, Houston (Forest Brook HS), Texas

Chris Houston, FR, CB, 5-11, 175, Austin (LBJ HS), Texas

Farod Jackson, FR, FB, 6-2, 235, Little Rock (Mills HS), Ark.

Keith Jackson Jr., FR, DL, 6-1, 260, Little Rock (McClellan HS), Ark.

Robert Johnson, FR, QB, 6-3, 205, Waco (Waco), Texas

Brannon Kidd, FR, CB, 5-11, 175, Crossett (Crossett), Ark.

Landon Leach, FR, QB, 6-2, 190, Russellville (Russellville), Ark.

Derek Moore, FR, DL, 6-3, 230, Fort Smith (Southside HS), Ark.

Duston Moore, FR, OT, 6-4, 336, Brenham (Brenham), Texas

Jeremy Palmoore, FR, OL, 6-6, 315, Memphis (Hamilton HS), Tenn.

Titus Peebles, JR, DT, 6-2, 300, Swainsboro (Swainsboro HS / Georgia Military College), Ga.

Jacob Skinner, FR, P, 6-3, 185, Texarkana (Texas HS), Texas

Mason Templeton, FR, TE, 6-6, 230, Burnet (Burnet), Texas

Kevin Woods, FR, FS, 5-11, 190, Memphis (Fairley HS), Tenn.

CHRIS BAKER

FR – WR – 6-2 – 205

Osceola (Osceola HS / Hargrave [Va.] Military Acad.), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.27 seconds
Originally a member of the 2002 UA signing class before attending Hargrave Military Academy last season
Rated as the nation’s No. 30 top non-high school product by Rivals.com
Rivals.com ranked him as the No. 4 athlete in the country in 2002
Rated as the nation’s No. 80 wide receiver by Max Emfinger’s Blue Chip Recruiting in 2002
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 15 wide receiver in the nation
Named to the PrepStar All-Region IV Team
Returned a punt for a touchdown in his senior season
As a sophomore he caught 18 passes for 385 yards and five touchdowns
Only played three games in his junior season due to a broken collarbone
Also recruited by Ole Miss, Tennessee, San Jose State and Iowa
Rated No. 147 player in nation by Tom Lemming as a senior.

ROBERT FELTON

FR – OG – 6-4 – 325

Houston (Cypress Creek HS), Texas

40-yard dash: 5.3 seconds
Three-year starter at offensive tackle in high school
Rated as the No. 39 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com
Max Emfinger Recruiting ranks him as the No. 23 offensive tackle in the nation
High school produced current NFL linemen Sam Adams, Dan Neil and Josh Williams
Also recruited by Arizona, Wisconsin and Kansas
Rated No. 59 player in Texas by Insiders.com
Rated No. 54 player in Texas by Heartland Recruiting
PrepStar Region IV Honorable-Mention

NATE GARNER

FR – OL – 6-6 – 290

Roland (Pulaski Robinson HS), Ark.

40-yard dash: 5.0 seconds
Ranked as the nation’s No. 21 offensive tackle by Tom Lemming Recruiting
Had 39 pancake blocks as a junior
Also recruited by Auburn, Notre Dame and Harvard
Rated No. 138 offensive lineman in nation by Insiders.com
PrepStar All-Region IV Team



MATT GILBOW

FR – OL – 6-7 – 275

Jonesboro (Jonesboro), Ark.

40-yard dash: 5.0 seconds
Played center for most of his prep career, but moved to offensive tackle for his senior season
Ranked as the No. 8 overall player in Arkansas by Rivals.com
Rated as the No. 72 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com
Member of the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior
Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July
Also recruited by Tennessee, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State and Arkansas State
PrepStar All-Region IV Team

RODNEY GILES

FR – DE – 6-4 – 235

Hot Springs (Hot Springs), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.4 seconds
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 21 linebacker in the country
Rated as the No. 36 outside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com
Member of the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior
Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s All-Arkansas Team in his senior season
Garnered all-state accolades as a junior and a senior
Recorded 122 tackles (67 assisted), 18 sacks, five fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles and two interceptions in his senior campaign
Also racked up 202 yards in lost yardage as a senior defensive end
Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July
Also recruited by Auburn, LSU, Memphis and Mississippi State
Superprep’s No. 11 player in Arkansas
Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette Defensive Player of the Year
3.5-star rating by Forrest Davis
Rated No. 36 player in the southeast by Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report.

ANTHONY GRAY

FR – LB – 6-3 – 220

Dumas (Dumas), Ark

40-yard dash: 4.7 seconds
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 21 linebacker in the country
Rated as the No. 55 inside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com
Ranked as the No. 10 overall player in Arkansas by Rivals.com
Ranked as one of the state’s top inside linebackers as a senior
Started at guard for Arkansas Hawks state AAU championship basketball team
Attended the UA senior camp last summer
4-star rating by Forrest Davis
Heartland Recruiting’s No. 137 player in Big XII Region
PrepStar All-Region IV Team

IVORA HALL JR.

FR – DT – 6-2 – 305

Memphis (Hamilton HS), Tenn.

40-yard dash: 5.2 seconds
Played both on offensive and defensive lines in high school primarily concentrating on offensive guard until his senior season
Racked up 22 pancake blocks on the offensive line in his senior season
Earned 48 tackles and 11.5 sacks as a senior nose guard
Attended UA Seniors Camp last summer
High school teammate of UA signee Jeremy Palmoore
Also recruited by South Carolina, Memphis, Ole Miss and Mississippi State
BorderWars.com’s No. 14 player in Tennessee
Knoxville News-Sentinel’s No. 15 player in Tennessee

TERRANCE HAMPTON

FR – WR – 6-0 – 185

Warren (Warren), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.4 seconds
Ranked as the No. 9 overall player in Arkansas by Rivals.com, and the No. 61 WR in nation.
Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s All-Arkansas Team in his senior season
Spent time at wide receiver and cornerback in high school
Helped lead his squad to a 15-0 record and the Class 3A state championship as a junior and a 14-1 mark and a state championship repeat as a senior
Tallied 48 receptions for 1,288 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior
Also intercepted five passes in his senior season
Returned 14 kickoffs for 334 yards and 10 punts for 360 yards and three touchdowns as a senior
Caught 74 passes for 1,726 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior for a squad that was 15-0 and won the state title
Also returned 31 kickoffs for 686 yards and a touchdown and 10 punts for 200 yards and two touchdowns in his junior campaign
Also recruited by Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Oklahoma State, Florida, Ole Miss and Auburn
Heartland Recruiting’s No. 50 player in Big XII Region

JEREMY HARRELL

FR – DL – 6-3 – 300

Texarkana (Texas HS), Texas

40-yard dash: 4.9 seconds
Max Emfinger Recruiting ranks him as the No. 12 nose guard in the nation and No. 3 nose guard in Texas.
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 63 defensive tackle in the country
Tallied 110 tackles, seven quarterback pressures, five sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and an interception as a senior
Helped lead Texas High to a 14-1 record and the 4A state championship as a senior
Started both ways and was named offensive line MVP in District 13-4A
Played both offensive guard and defensive tackle in high school
Bench pressed 340 pounds and squat lifted 520 pounds as a senior
Rated as the No. 45 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com
TheInsiders.com lists him as the No. 61 defensive tackle
High school teammate of UA signee Jacob Skinner
Also recruited by Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Nebraska, Texas Tech and UCLA
SuperPrep’s No. 77 player in Texas
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300
PrepStar All-Region IV Team


MARCUS HARRISON

FR – DL – 6-3 – 285

Little Rock (Mills HS), Ark.

40-yard dash: 5.0 seconds
Ranked as the No. 4 overall player in Arkansas by Rivals.com, and the No. 29 DT in the nation.
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 77 defensive tackle in the country
Member of the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior
Played tight end as a junior catching nine passes
Recorded 40 tackles and two sacks as junior
Recorded an 8-foot, 2-inch standing broad jump and 28-inch vertical jump in high school
High school teammate of UA signee Farod Jackson
Also recruited by Oklahoma and Tennessee
Rated No. 72 player in southwest by Tom Lemming
Given a 3-star rating by Forrest Davis
SuperPrep’s No. 6 player in Arkansas
Heartland Recruiting’s No. 90 player in Big XII region.
PrepStar All-Region IX Team

WILLIE HORDGE

FR – WR – 5-10 – 170

Houston (Forest Brook HS), Texas

40-yard dash: 4.3 seconds
Two-way starter in high school at wide receiver and defensive back
Also spent time at running back as a senior
Ranked as the nation’s No. 26 all-around athlete by Rivals.com and the No. 58 wide receiver in the nation.
Ranked as the No. 38 player in the Texas Top 100 and the No. 57 player in the Midlands Top 100 by Rivals.com
Caught 19 passes for 214 yards and four touchdowns, and rushed for 102 yards and one touchdown on 13 carries as a senior
Returned two kicks for touchdowns and intercepted two passes as a junior
Plans to run track for the Razorbacks in addition to playing football
Named the fastest sprinter in the nation by Track & Field News
Selected as the 2002 Nike High School Track Athlete of the Year
Was the anchor in the 4×100 relay for Team USA at the World Junior Championships in the July of 2002 in Jamaica
His time of 10.21 in the 100 meters was the second best by a U.S. prepster in 2002
Finished second at the Class 4A state meet in the 100 meters with a wind-aided time of 10.16 seconds as a junior
Bench presses 195 pounds and squats 505 pounds
Redzonerecruiting.com rated him the No. 4 athlete in Texas
Also recruited by Texas A&M, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi State
Rated No. 71 player in Texas by Insiders.com
Rated No. 111 player in Big XII region by Heartland Recruiting
Rated No. 7 player in southwest by Student Sports High School Football
Rated No. 81 player in Texas by Lonestar Recruiting
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300
PrepStar Region IV Team

CHRIS HOUSTON

FR – CB – 5-11 – 175

Austin (LBJ HS), Texas

40-yard dash: 4.3 seconds
Played running back and cornerback in high school
Ranked as the nation’s No. 32 cornerback by Rivals.com
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 68 cornerback in the nation
Appears at No. 89 overall in the Midlands Top 100 and No. 66 in the Texas Top 100 by Rivals.com
Rated the No. 79 prospect in the state of Texas and the No. 111 cornerback in the nation by TheInsiders.com
Rushed for 426 yards and six touchdowns before moving exclusively to cornerback in his senior season
Also plays guard on prep basketball squad
Also recruited by LSU, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Arizona, Houston and Kansas State
Lonestar Recruiting’s No. 69 player in Texas
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300
PrepStar All-Region IV Team

FAROD JACKSON

FR – FB – 6-2 – 235

Little Rock (Mills HS), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.6 seconds
Rated as the nation’s No. 3 fullback, No. 2 overall player in Arkansas and No. 55 running back in the nation by Rivals.com
Also ranked as the No. 56 player in the Southeast Top 100 by Rivals.com
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 56 running back in the nation
All-state as a junior rushing for 854 yards and 12 touchdowns on only 104 carries
Hauled in 18 receptions for 250 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior
High school teammate of UA signee Marcus Harrison
Also recruited UAPB, Oklahoma State and Louisiana Tech
4.5 star rating by Forrest Davis
Heartland Recruiting’s No. 47 player in Big XII region
PrepStar All-American

KEITH JACKSON JR.

FR – DL – 6-1 – 260

Little Rock (McClellan HS), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.8 seconds
Ranked as the nation’s No. 37 defensive tackle by Rivals.com
Ranked as the No. 5 overall player in Arkansas by Rivals.com
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 51 defensive tackle in the nation
Member of the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior
As a junior nose guard made 76 tackles, 50 unassisted stops while recording 4.5 sacks and 3 fumble recoveries
As a junior fullback he rushed for 880 yards and 13 touchdowns
Son of current Arkansas Razorback Sports Network (ARSN) radio announcer and former Oklahoma All-American and Green Bay Packers’ tight-end Keith Jackson Sr.
Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July
Also recruited by Oklahoma State, UAPB and Louisiana Tech
Rated No. 48 player in Southwest by Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report
Given a 3.5 star rating by Forrest Davis
Rated No. 50 DL in the nation by TheInsiders.com
Heartland Recruiting’s No. 118 player in Big XII region
As a senior, had 80 tackles (eight for loss), and eight sacks
PrepStar All-Region VI Team


ROBERT JOHNSON

FR – QB – 6-3 – 205

Waco (Waco), Texas

40-yard dash: 4.5 seconds
Ranked as the No. 7 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and No. 55 quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com
Also rated No. 37 in the Midlands Top 100 and No. 29 in the Texas Top 100 by Rivals.com
Rated as the No. 4 quarterback in Texas by redzonerecruiting.com
TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 56 quarterback in the nation and the No. 21 player in Texas
Completed 104 of 173 passes for 1,575 yards and 16 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions as a senior
Also rushed for 847 yards and 12 touchdowns on 84 carries in his senior campaign
Passed for 1,200 yards and rushed for 700 yards in his junior season
Has a 38-inch vertical leap
Bench pressed 285 pounds and squat lifted 525 pounds in high school
Named Super Sintex Offensive Player of the Year
Led team to 10-0 record as a senior
Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt and assistant coach Chris Vaughn attended his senior football banquet where he announced his decision to join the Razorbacks
Also recruited by Kansas State and Nebraska
Rated No. 7 quarterback in the southwest by Student Sports High School Football
Rated No. 4 athletic quarterback in Texas by Max Emfinger
Rated No. 32 player in Texas by SuperPrep
Rated No. 29 player in Texas by Lonestar Recruiting
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300
PrepStar All-American

BRANNON KIDD

FR – CB – 5-11 – 175

Crossett (Crossett), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.4 seconds
Had 7 interceptions as a senior and 6 picks as a junior
Also hauled in 17 catches for 560 yards and three touchdowns as a wide receiver in a Wing-T offense as a senior
Finished second to fellow UA signee Chris Baker at the 2002 Arkansas State High School Track Championships in the 200 meters with a time of 21.7 as a junior
Also finished third in the state meet in the long jump (22-8) and led the Crossett 4×100 relay team to a third-place finish in his junior season
Uncle Keith Kidd lettered for the Hogs from 1981-83 and went onto play in the NFL with Minnesota
Uncle Carl Kidd lettered for the Hogs from 1993-94 and spent time in the NFL with Oakland and Minnesota
Cousin Orlando Green was a Razorback letter winner from 1998-2000
Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July
Also recruited by Ole Miss and Arkansas State
PrepStar All-Region IV Honorable-Mention

LANDON LEACH

FR – QB – 6-2 – 190

Russellville (Russellville), Ark.

40-yard dash: 4.65 seconds
Rivals.com rates him as the No. 31 pro-style quarterback in the nation
Rated as the nation’s No. 68 quarterback by TheInsiders.com
Member of the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior
Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s All-Arkansas Team in his senior season
Garnered all-state honors as a junior and senior
Earned all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Earned state sophomore player of the year awards in both football and baseball
Became the state’s all time leading passer in Class 5A with 9,062 career yards
Passed for more than 3,765 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior eclipsing his own school record marks (273 of 465 passing)
Also rushed for 12 touchdowns as a senior
Threw for at least 200 yards in 12 of 13 games as a senior including a career-high 458 yards against Springdale
Led his team to a state semifinal finish in Class 5A in his final prep campaign
Named the Class 5A West offensive player of the year as a junior leading his squad to a 10-2 record
Also earned All-America honors from several publications following junior season
Set then school records as a junior by throwing for 3,329 yards and 27 touchdowns on 254 of 431 passing
Rushed for 224 yards in his junior season
A standout prep catcher, he will also play baseball for coach Dave Van Horn at Arkansas
Was one of 38 players selected from around the nation for the Team One National Baseball Showcase last summer
Earned all-state baseball honors after hitting .465 as a switch-hitting catcher as a junior
Also appeared in 10 of 22 games as pitcher for the Russellville Cyclones in his junior campaign
Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School Football All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July
Also recruited by Iowa, Memphis, Central Florida and Tulsa
Also recruited in baseball by Alabama
Given a 3.5 star rating by Forrest Davis
SuperPrep’s No. 9 player in Arkansas
Landers Award Winner
PrepStar All-American


DEREK MOORE

FR – DL – 6-3 – 230

Fort Smith (Southside HS), Ark.

§ 40-yard dash: 4.7 seconds

§ TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 25 defensive end in the nation and the No. 2 player in Arkansas

§ Ranked as the No. 3 overall player in Arkansas and the No. 25 DE in the nation by Rivals.com

§ Also rated as the nation’s No. 26 inside linebacker by Rivals.com

§ As a junior, he had 78 tackles, 64 unassisted 8 pass breakups and 2 fumble recoveries

§ Slated to compete in the Arkansas High School All-Star Game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in July

§ Attended the UA senior camp last summer

§ Also recruited by Auburn, Louisiana Tech, Ole Miss and Tennessee

§ Also recruited to play collegiate basketball by SMU, Tulsa and Connecticut

§ Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas selection

§ As a senior, had 64 tackles (50 unassisted), 12 tackles for loss, two sacks, one forced fumble and one pass breakup

§ PrepStar All-Region IV team

DUSTON MOORE

FR – OL – 6-4 – 336

Brenham (Brenham), Texas

§ 40-yard dash: 5.4 seconds

§ Ranked as the nation’s No. 25 offensive guard by Rivals.com

§ Also rated as the No. 65 overall player in the Midlands Top 100 and No. 67 in the Texas Top 100 by Rivals.com

§ Ranked as the No. 77 player overall in HeartlandRecruiting.com’s Hot 100

§ TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 35 offensive lineman in the nation and the No. 67 player in Texas

§ As a junior was named second-team All-Texas squad by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine

§ Ranked No. 46 prospect in Texas by SuperPrep

§ Also recruited by Texas A&M, Kansas, Texas Tech and Baylor

§ Max Emfinger rated him No. 14 OG in the nation, No. 6 OG in Texas, and the No. 18 OT in the nation.

§ Lonestar Recruiting’s No. 52 player in Texas

§ Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300

JEREMY PALMOORE

FR – OL – 6-6 – 315

Memphis (Hamilton HS), Tenn.

§ 40-yard dash: 5.0 seconds

§ Rated as the No. 13 player in the state of Tennessee by the Knoxville News-Sentinel

§ Ranked as the nation’s No. 67 offensive tackle by Rivals.com

§ Played offensive tackle in high school

§ Also earned 38 tackles and 5 sacks as a defensive tackle in his senior campaign

§ Missed all but one game as a junior with a broken arm

§ Also recruited by South Carolina, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, LSU, Auburn and Memphis

§ Teammate of UA signee Ivora Hall

§ No. 88 player in Southwest by Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report

§ PrepStar Region IV Honorable Mention


TITUS PEEBLES

FR – DT – 6-2 – 300

Swainsboro (Swainsboro HS / Georgia Military College), Ga.

§ 40-yard dash: 5.2 seconds

§ Racked up 25 tackles, including 10 solo stops, 2.5 sacks, 2 quarterback pressures, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup as a sophomore at GMC

§ Earned all-state honors as a defensive tackle in high school

§ Helped lead his prep squad to a state championship as a senior

§ Selected to play in the Georgia-Florida All-Star Football Game

§ Named to All-Coastal Empire team as a junior and a senior

§ Garnered All-Augusta Area team honors as a junior and a senior

§ Named as his high school’s defensive lineman of the year as a senior

§ Signed with Middle Tennessee out of high school

§ As a sophomore, had 25 tackles, 2 ½ sacks, two QB pressures, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup


JACOB SKINNER

FR – P – 6-3 – 185

Texarkana (Texas HS), Texas

§ 40-yard dash: 4.7 seconds

§ Ranked as the nation’s No. 43 kicker by Rivals.com

§ Named first-team all-state by The Associated Press as a junior

§ Earned third-team all-state honors as a senior

§ Averaged 40 yards per punt for 4A state championship team as a senior with a long punt of 60 yards

§ In the final six games of the year, including the state playoffs, he punted 12 times with opponents combining for only 11 punt return yards

§ Three of his final 12 punts were downed inside the opponent’s 10-yard line and three more inside the 20-yard line

§ Recorded 6 out of 12 punts inside the opponents 20-yard line

§ Averaged 43.5 yards per punt as a junior with a long punt of 65 yards

§ Leading scorer for prep basketball team as a senior

§ Also goalie on high school soccer team

§ Once booted a free kick in soccer nearly 90 yards towards the opposing team’s goal where it was headed in by a teammate for an extremely rare goalie assist

§ High school teammate of UA signee Jeremy Harrell

§ Also recruited by Texas, Louisiana Tech, Baylor and Kentucky

§ Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Top 300

§ 2-time All-State punter

MASON TEMPLETON

FR – TE – 6-6 – 230

Burnet (Burnet), Texas

§ 40-yard dash: 4.8 seconds

§ TheInsiders.com ranked him as the No. 51 tight end in the nation

§ Snared 38 passes for 570 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior

§ Had touchdown catches of 65 and 75 yards in his final prep campaign

§ Helped lead high school to 14-1 record and state runner-up finish in Class 3A in his final prep campaign

§ Also a standout in basketball

§ Averaging a double-double in points and rebounds in basketball as a senior (20 points/15 rebounds)

§ Also recruited by Abilene Christian, Georgia Tech and UTEP

§ Max Emfinger’s No. 9 Tight End in Texas

§ SuperTeam

§ PrepStar Region IV Honorable Mention


KEVIN WOODS

FR – FS – 5-11 – 190

Memphis (Fairley HS), Tenn.

§ 40-yard dash: 4.3 seconds

§ Named Memphis Defensive Player of the Year as a senior

§ Earned 82 tackles as a senior safety for Fairley High School

§ Tallied 11 sacks and 4 interceptions in his senior season

§ Also spent time at wide receiver, running back and punt returner

§ Returned a punt for a touchdown as a senior

§ Also recruited by Louisville, Arkansas State and Memphis



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