Highland receiver Deon Stewart carries the ball during the first half of play against Midland Christian Monday, Sept. 1, 2014, at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.
This is the 15th in a series profiling newcomers on the 2015 Arkansas football roster.
High School Sports
As good as Hayden Hawkins proved to be as a lineman for Sylvan Hills High School, the 6-3, 285-pounder may have been even better at solving complex math problems.
The basketball Razorbacks may require Manuale Watkins-type improvement multiplied entire team wide.
- Stewart adjusting to big-campus life
- Vols taking off with rocket scientist at QB
- Tennessee pair ready to go uptempo with Hogs
- Parkview's Jackson commits to Illinois
- One Lane helps Warhawks make inroad into Arkansas
- Wood wins twice at USA masters track and field meet
Price Murphree knew what happened to the leader a year ago on the 54th and final hole of the Maumelle Classic. Sunday, he made sure he didn't repeat Austin Harmon's mistake, and the result was a one-shot victory at Maumelle Country Club.
Todd Haley came up with the number. Ben Roethlisberger didn't see any reason to argue. Thirty points. That's the number Haley, the relentlessly aggressive Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator, said he believes his group can average per game in 2015.