Check out how Faulkner County teams rank in Hooten's

Faulkner County high school football teams rank in the top half of their classifications in the recently released 2014 edition of Hooten’s Arkansas Football.

Conway High is ranked No. 4 in 7A/6A. Greenbrier is fifth in 5A. Mayflower, making its debut under new coach Todd Langrell, is 13th in 3A. Conway Christian is ranked 15th in 2A.

The coaches in 7A/6A Central rate the Wampus Cats as the conference favorite ahead of Greenwood.

In 5A-West, which has Farmington and Maumelle as the newcomers, the coaches rank Greenbrier second and Vilonia, which returns 15 seniors, fourth.

The coaches rank Mayflower third in 2-3A. Conway Christian, which returns 16 starters is picked third by the 5-2A coaches.

Three players from Faulkner County were named to the magazine’s Super Teams — offensive lineman Colton Jackson of Conway, offensive lineman Sam Colbert of Greenbrier and wide receiver Josh Woodham of Mayflower.

The 448-page magazine retails for $16.99 and is on sale at Harps Food Stores, Hastings, Kroger, Walgreens and Walmart.


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