Two Arkansans Earn High School All-American Honors

 

Two Arkansans were named to MaxPreps All-American teams on Wednesday; Josh Frazier and Hunter Henry. Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

On Wednesday MaxPreps published their 2012 High School All-American Teams placing two Arkansans among those honored.

Arkansas commitment Hunter Henry was awarded second-team MaxPreps All-American honors after catching 107 passes for 1,449 yards with 15 touchdowns. Hunter’s numbers are especially impressive from the tight end position especially considering roughly every seven times he caught a pass it went for a touchdown.

Hunter was also recognized by USA Today as a First-Team All-American and has been selected to appear in the Under Armor All-American game in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Har-Ber defensive tackle Josh Frazier was selected second-team Junior All-American after registering 65 tackles with 3.5 sacks. Frazier, 6’4”, 325 pounds, was also named to Tom Lemmings’ Junior All-American team.

Frazier has reported offers from Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas State, and Arkansas while drawing interest from UCLA, LSU, Florida, and Georgia among other programs.

 

Topics: 2012 High School Football All-Americans, Arkansas Razorbacks, Football, Hunter Henry, Josh Frazier

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