Snell named Farm Bureau 2015 Offense Player of the Year

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    LITTLE ROCK – Farm Bureau is pleased to
    announce the winners of the 2015 Farm Bureau
    Awards.
    The Farm Bureau Awards honor Arkansas’ top
    offensive player, defensive player and coach of the
    year for each classification. The veteran staff at
    Hooten’s Arkansas Football selects three finalists
    for each category, and those 45 finalists and their
    families are invited to attend the Farm Bureau
    Awards in North Little Rock.
    Farm Bureau senior vice president-state manager
    David L. Moore said, “We congratulate our 15
    winners. All 45 finalists represent some of the best
    coaches and student-athletes in our state. Farm
    Bureau is proud to honor excellence as the title
    sponsor of this outstanding event.”
    Farm Bureau Insurance has supported education
    and community involvement in Arkansas for more
    than 50 years.
    2015 FARM BUREAU AWARDS (winners in CAPS):
    7A/6A OFFENSE
    LUKE HANNON, HAR-BER
    Kasey Ford, Bentonville
    Romar Reades, Pine Bluff
    7A/6A DEFENSE
    DEONTRE HARDWICK, FORT SMITH NORTHSIDE
    Grant Morgan, Greenwood
    John Tate, Pine Bluff
    7A/6A COACHES
    RICK JONES, GREENWOOD
    Chris Wood, Har-Ber
    Jamie Mitchell, North Little Rock
    5A OFFENSE
    TRE BRUCE, PULASKI ACADEMY
    Damarea Crockett, Little Rock Christian
    Zack Kelley, Pulaski Academy
    5A DEFENSE
    MCTELVIN AGIM, HOPE
    Dylan Hays, Little Rock Christian
    Maurice Bradford, Hot Springs Lakeside
    5A COACHES
    MAURICE MOODY, LITTLE ROCK MCCLELLAN
    Jeff Weaver, Little Rock Christian
    Jared McBride, Hot Springs Lakeside
    4A OFFENSE
    LEONARD SNELL, NASHVILLE
    Chris Kershner, Dardanelle
    Braylon Harris, CAC
    4A DEFENSE
    D’ANGELO MCCOY, WARREN
    Austin Capps, Star City
    Billy Stewart, Nashville
    4A COACHES
    DANNY ABSHIER, PRAIRIE GROVE
    Tony Travis, Pea Ridge
    Bo Hembree, Warren
    3A OFFENSE
    CECIL LANGSTON, RIVERCREST
    Allie Freeman, Episcopal
    Collegiate
    Trevor Pipkin, Prescott
    3A DEFENSE
    KEIANDRE PURIFOY,
    SMACKOVER
    Jermarcus Arnold, Marianna
    Jordan Johnson, Glen
    Rose
    3A COACHES
    RODDY MOTE, HARDING
    ACADEMY
    D.J. Crane, Danville
    Kelly Chandler, Rivercest
    2A OFFENSE
    KAIGEN ROGO, MCCRORY
    Tre’ Burks, Lafayette
    County
    Jackie Harvell, Gurdon
    2A DEFENSE
    DONOVAN GURLEY, HAZEN
    Holden Byassee, Cross
    County
    Matthew Freeman, Junction
    City
    2A COACHES
    CHRIS KENNON, MCCRORY
    Michael Carter, Conway
    Christian
    Clay Totty, Rison

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