Hall of Famers

Former Hogs that are in halls of fame. If you know of a former Razorback in a hall of fame that we have missed, please email us. Thanks!
Also see the UA Hall of Honor page.

 
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Paula Castro Abbott
• 2012 UAFS Lions Athletics Hall of Fame

 

Johnny Adams
• 1979 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

O’Neale Adams
// Adams was a three year letterman for the Razorbacks in football, basketball and track in 41-42. He led the 1941 Hogs to the NCAA Final Four.
• 2003 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Stephanie Adams
• 2015 Fort Smith (AR) Southside Sports Hall of Fame

 

Fred Akers
• 1984 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 University of Texas Longhorn Hall of Honor
• 2016 Texas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2016 Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame

 

Lance Alworth
• 1972 City of San Diego Hall of Champions
• 1977 San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame
• 1978 NFL Hall of Fame
• 1979 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1984 College Football Hall of Fame
• 1988 Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame
• 2005 Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2014 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Gary Anderson
• 2006 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Presley Askew
• 1966 Helms Baseball Hall of Fame
• 1970 New Mexico State University Athletics Hall of Fame

 

Tom Aspel
• 2004 Little Rock Marathon Hall of Fame
• Arkansas Road Runners Hall of Fame

 

Steve Atwater
• 2002 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Richard Back
// Back is a native of McLean and earned induction into the PSHOF for his accomplishments in golf. He won a Class 1A state title in the late 1960’s and then played for three seasons at the University of Arkansas.
• 1999 Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame

 

Brian Baker
// A seven-time All-American and the 1994 NCAA Outdoor 5,000-meter champion. Two-time conference cross country champion in 1990-91.
• 2004 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Pat Baker
• 2015 Owasso (OK) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Victor Baker
• 2007 Dickinson (TX) High School Athletic Hall of Honor

 

Alton Baldwin
• 1987 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Charles Balentine
• 2009 Newport (AR) High School Alumni Hall of Fame

 

Bobby Banck
• 2006 Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

 

Miller Barber
• 1975 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1996 Texas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1997 Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame

 

Bill Barnes
• 2001 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

 

John H. Barnhill
• 1960 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1972 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame
• University of Tennessee Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Conrad Battreal
• 2015 Arkansas Softball Hall of Fame

 

David Bazzel
• 2014 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Larry Beightol
• 1993 Catawba sports Hall of Fame

 

Mike Bender
• 2017 Union County Sports Hall of Fame

 

Buddy Bob Benson
• 1993 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jim Benton
• 1960 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2006 Dallas County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

W. A. ‘Footsie’ Benton
• 2007 Dallas County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Martine Bercher
• 2009 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Raymond E. Berry
• 1973 Pro Football Hall of Fame
• 1993 Southern Methodist University Hall of Fame

 

Hugo Bezdek
• 1954 College Football Hall of Fame
• 1960 Helms Foundation College Hall of Fame
• 1961 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2002 University of Oregon Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Mickey Billingsley
// Billingsley played football for the Benton Panthers, where he made all-conference in 1973. He attended the University of Arkansas and lettered in 1974, ’76 and ’77. He played on the Razorback team of 1976 at the Cotton Bowl and on the 1978 team in the Orange Bowl.
From 1978-1980 he served as assistant coach at Cabot High School. In 1981, Billingsley became head coach and athletic director at Beebe High School, where they were conference champions twice. His record was 39-28-1. He remained in that position until 1986.
In 1987, Billingsley became head football coach and athletic director at Blytheville High School. In 1989, he became head coach at Morrilton High School and was conference runner-up twice.
• 2005 Benton (AR) Athletic Museum Wall of Fame

 

Joe Black
• 2016 Union County Sports Hall of Fame

 

Gary Blair
// At Dallas South Oak Cliff he had a 239-18 record and three state girl’s basketball titles.
• 2002 Texas High School Hall of Fame
• 2008 Stephen F. Austin State University Hall of Fame
• 2009 Southland Conference Hall of Honor
• 2011 Texas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2012 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame
• 2014 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Karen Bockel
// Bockel was Nordhoff’s first cross country state champion, winning the 1992 Division IV girls’ title. She was an All-America distance runner, winning 1,600- and 3,200-meter titles. She held school records in five distance events. After her Nordhoff career, Bockel helped Arkansas to four straight NCAA cross country top-10 finishes.
• 2006 Nordhoff High School (Ojai, CA) Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Brad Bohannan
• 2013 Springdale (Ark.) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Josphat Boit
• 2016 Cowley College Tiger Athletic Hall of Fame

 

John Bond
• 2003 Rogers (Ark.) High School Hall of Fame

 

Dick Booth
• 2001 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame
• 2012 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame

 

William Bowden
• 2005 Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame

 

Tommy Boyer
• 2000 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2007 Fort Smith (AR) Northside High School Basketball Hall of Fame
• 2013 Arkansas Business Hall of Fame

 

Neil Braddy
• 2010 Arkansas High School Track and Field Hall of Fame
• 2015 Fort Smith (AR) Southside Sports Hall of Fame

 

Pat Bradley
• 2015 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jesse Branch
• 1995 Watson Chapel Hall of Fame
• 1999 Southwest Missouri State Hall of Fame
• 2004 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Tommy Brasher
• 2013 Union County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Lance Brauman
// Won 18 national championships in five years as the men’s and women’s track coach at Barton (Kan.) County College.
• 2004 National Junior College Coaches Hall of Fame

 

Jackie Brausell
// A four sport letterman upon his graduation from VBHS in 1962. As a University of Arkansas Razorback walk-on, Brausell broke Lance Alworth’s rushing record with 65 carries for 427 yards, completed 14 of 37 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns, one kickoff return for 23 yards, and scored five touchdowns as a ball carrier. As a Razorback, Brausell received All-Southwest Conference recognition as a running back in 1963 and a defensive back in 1965. He was the leading rusher and second-leading pass receiver on the University of Arkansas National Championship Team in 1964. In 1965, Brausell lead the nation in kick-off returns and was second in the nation in punt returns.
• 2002 Van Buren (AR) High School Hall of Honor

 

Ron Brewer
• 1994 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2007 Fort Smith (AR) Northside High School Basketball Hall of Fame
• 2010 UA-Fort Smith Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Ronnie Brewer
• 2017 Fayetteville (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Greats

 

Maurice ‘Footsie’ Britt
• 1972 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Ralph Brodie
// University of Arkansas: 1959 to 1963. In SWC meet in 1963 he ran the 120 High Hurdles in 14.1. Named to Track and Field News 25 top Hurdlers in 1961 and 1963.
• 2002 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Bud Brooks
• 2005 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jim Brown
// Set records in 2 mile run & 4 mile run, ran on 2 mile & distance medley relays at Arkansas. Won SWC Cross Country individual championship. Set SWC record in 2 mile run. Ran in the 1952 Olympic Trials, qualifying in the 5,000M and 3,000M Steeplechase. He finished 5th in Steeplechase.
• 2002 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Justin Brown
• 2012 Newport (AR) High School Alumni Hall of Fame

 

DeeDee Brown-Campbell
• 2012 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Frank Broyles
• 1960 Georgia Tech University Hall of Fame
• 1967 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1970 Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
• 1983 College Football Hall of Fame
• 1991 Orange Bowl Hall of Fame
• 1995 Gator Bowl Hall of Fame
• 1999 Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2008 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame
• 2011 Arkansas Sportscasters and Sports Writers Hall of Fame
• 2013 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Chris Bucknam
• 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame

 

Dick Bumpas
• 2011 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Brandon Burlsworth
• 2002 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Bill Burnett
• 1996 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Bobby Burnett
• 2000 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2012 Union County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Tommy Burnett
• 2004 Springfield Area Sports Hall of Fame
• 2004 Missouri Handball Hall of Fame
• 2005 United States Handball Association National Hall of Fame
• 2008 Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Union County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

La’Shawn Butler
• 2016 Greenbrier (GA) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Firman Bynum
• 1998 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

George ‘Bad News’ Cafego
• 1966 Tennessee Hall of Fame
• 1969 College Football Hall of Fame
• 1973 West Virginia Hall of Fame
• 1985 Orange Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2009 West Virginia Coaches Association North-South Hall of Fame

 

Ron Calcagni
• 2015 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jason Campbell
• 2014 Minor League Football Hall of Fame

 

Leon ‘Muscles’ Campbell
• 1977 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2006 Bauxite (AR) High School Sports Hall of Fame

 

Veronica Campbell-Brown
• 2016 Arkansas Track and Field Hall of Fame

 

Bud Canada
• 2004 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jerry Carlton
• 2011 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Gordon ‘Shorty’ Carpenter
• 1965 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Lew Carpenter
• 1988 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 West Memphis (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Preston Carpenter
• 1992 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Pete Carroll
• 2015 University of Southern California Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Nick Carter
• 1965 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Ronnie Carter
// 150-130-6 career football coaching record (as of ’08), including a state championship for Lonoke in 1994.
• 2008 Dallas County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Lynwood Cathey
• 2009 White Hall (AR) High School Sports Hall of Fame
• 2014 Union County Sports Hall of Fame

 

Ronnie Caveness
• 1999 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2011 College Football Hall of Fame

 

Charlie Coffey
• 2010 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

 

George Cole
• 1963 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1974 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame
• 2006 Bauxite (AR) High School Sports Hall of Fame

 

Sam Coleman
• 1973 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2016 Union County Sports Hall of Fame

 

Walt Coleman
• 2003 Arkansas High School Officials Hall of Fame
• 2009 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jim Collier
// A 1957 graduate of Van Buren High School, was named All State in football (quarterback), All District in basketball and set the high school pole vault record at the University of Arkansas relays. At the University of Arkansas, Collier lettered in basketball as a freshman and lettered in track for two years. He lettered as a football Razorback for four years, being named on the All-Southwest Conference first team in 1960 and 1961. The Dallas Morning Star News recognized Collier as the Southwest Conference most valuable player in 1961.
• 2002 Van Buren (AR) High School Hall of Honor

 

Mike Conley
// This Olympian and U of A athlete had an outstanding career as a triple jumper and long jumper. His achievements include: #1 ranking in the world six times; USA National Champion 12 times; won All-American honors 17 times; NCAA Champion one time; two World Indoor Championships; and one World Outdoor Championship. He won the silver medal at the 1984 Olympic Games, and captured the gold medal at the 1992 Olympic Games. Conley has been named the World’s Greatest Combination Jumper of All Time.
• 1997 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1998 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame
• 2004 National Track & Field Hall of Fame
• 2014 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Scott Conley
• Winnsboro (TX) High School Hall of Honor

 

Bob Cope
• 2002 Carson-Newman Athletic Hall of Fame
• 2009 Forrest City (AR) Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Mark Cordelli
• 2007 Neshaminy (Pa) High School All Sports

 

Pete Cordelli
• Neshaminy (Pa) High School All Sports

 

Ben Cowins
• 2011 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Robert Cox
• 2006 Tyler Junior College Sports Circle of Honor

 

Steve Cox
• 2004 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Alistair Cragg
• 2016 Arkansas Track and Field Hall of Fame

 

Steve Creekmore
• 1960 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1995 Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame

 

Milan Creighton
// Coached at Hot Springs (AR) High School from 1940-45.
• 1982 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Bobby Crockett
• 2007 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Tim Crockett
• 2016 Lima-Allen County (OH) Golf Hall of Fame

 

John Thomas (J.T.) Curtis
• 1992 Louisiana High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame
• 1994 Louisiana College Sports Hall of Fame
• 2010 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 National Federation of State High School Associations Hall of Fame

 

Boyd Cypert
// ‘Godfather’ of baseball Razorbacks, also a three year letterman in football
• 1972 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

John Daly
• 2002 ASGA Hall of Fame
• 2006 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Joe Dean Davenport
• 2006 Springdale High School Hall of Fame

 

Gene ‘Sodie’ Davidson
• 1968 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Todd Day
• 2008 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Norm DeBriyn
• 1991 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1991 University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Hall of Fame
• 2003 American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Tommy Deffebaugh
• 1997 Drury College Basketball Hall of Fame

 

Marvin Delph
• 1998 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Mark Dewey
• 2009 Jacksonville (AR) High School Hall of Fame

 

Doug Dickey
• 1991 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
• 2003 College Football Hall of Fame
• Gator Bowl Hall of Fame
• Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame

 

James Dickey
• 2014 University of Central Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Chuck Dicus
• 1995 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1999 College Football Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Tammy Ditter Blackwood
• 2015 Norwin High School (North Huntingdon, PA) Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Otis Douglas
• 1979 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

 

Deena Drossin
• 2003 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame
• 2012 Agoura (CA) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Steve Duffel
• 1998 Arkansas Tennis Hall of Fame
• 2009 Southern Tennis Association Hall of Fame

 

Joe Lee Dunn
• 1992 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Hall of Fame
• 2013 Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame

 

Ray Dyck
// Lettered all four years in track at UA (1957-60), setting a freshman school 880-yard record of 1:54.9. Also set the Southwest Conference 880-yard record with a time of 1:52.8. Was on three cross country championship teams, while capturing first place on two occasions.
• 2004 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Kay Eakin
• 1984 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Clifton Ealy
• 2013 University of Central Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Scott Edgar
• Penn Hills High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Carlton Efurd
// Won 12 state boys’ cross country titles and finished runner-up four times from 1988-2004.
Efurd, a native of Greenwood, also took over the girls’ program in 1999 and guided the Lady Mounties to one state title – in 2003 – and one runner-up finish.
He was a member of five straight national championship track teams (1982-1987) as a distance runner for coach John McDonnell at the University of Arkansas and was All-SWC in 1984.
• 2005 Rogers (AR) Mountaineer Hall of Fame
• 2012 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Babe Ellison
• 2006 Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame

 

Sue Ertl
• 1988 National Collegiate Golf Hall of Fame
• 2001 Michigan State University Athletic Hall of Fame
• 2010 Michigan Golf Hall of Fame
• 2015 Grand Rapids (MI) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Dan Estes
• 1964 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2001 University of Central Arkansas Hall of Fame

 

Shauna Estes-Taylor
• 2009 National Golf Coaches Association Coaches and Players Hall of Fame

 

Kenny Evans
• 2007 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Rob Evans
• 1989 Las Cruces (NM) Hall of Fame
• 1990 Lubbock Christian Hall of Fame
• 1993 New Mexico State University Hall of Fame

 

Joe Falcon
// Was a member of five winning relay teams, two of which Falcon anchored and helped set American Records, the 4x1500m in 1988 and the Distance Medley in 1989. Falcon was chosen the meet’s Outstanding College Male Athlete in ’88 and ’89. While at the University of Arkansas, Falcon won 7 NCAA titles. He was on the first Cross Country championship team from UA. Falcon won NCAA titles in numerous events ranging from the 1500 to the 10,000 meter runs.
• 1999 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame
• 2000 Penn Relay Wall of Fame
• 2016 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Frank Falks
• 1973 Joplin (Mo.) Hall of Fame

 

Paige Farrell-Rollins
• 2014 Springdale (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Jeff Farris
• 2001 University of Central Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Edward Fedosky
• 1991 Arkansas Swimming Hall of Fame

 

Joe Ferguson
• 1994 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1995 Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame
• Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

 

Bill Ferrell
• 1967 National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame
• 1985 Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame
• 1999 Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame
• 2010 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Jim Finch
• 2002 Forrest City (AR) Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Bettye Fiscus Dickey
• 2006 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Danny Ford
• 1982 South Carolina (state) Athletic Hall of Fame
• 1993 Alabama (state) Sports Hall of Fame
• 1999 Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame
• 2011 Orange Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2016 Peach Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2017 College Football Hall of Fame

 

Barry Foster
• 2006 Duncanville (TX) ISD Athletic Hall of Honor

 

Pat Foster
// Coached basketball at Camden Fairview from 1961-71.
• 1991 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Aubrey ‘Cobb’ Fowler
• 1982 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Tommy Fowler
• 2015 Mountain Home (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Honor

 

Ryan Fox
• 2009 Clarinda A’s Hall of Fame

 

Hayden Fry
• 1997 Texas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1997 Texas High School Football Hall of Fame
• 2003 College Football Hall of Fame
• 2004 Baylor Wall of Honor
• 2010 Rose Bowl Hall of Fame
• Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame

 

Richard J. ‘Dick’ Fuller
// A four sport athlete, entered the Hall of Fame based on his outstanding play for the “Little Green” Football teams. During his career at Central, Dick scored 300 points – 45 touchdowns and 30 extra points – a remarkable total which is still a City of Manchester record. He led all NH scorers in both his junior (104 points) and senior (156 points) years. In his senior year, he rushed for 1182 yards helping to lead Central to an undefeated 10-0 record (the first since 1928). Among numerous honors, he made the All-State Football Team three years and the All-American Football team twice (1st team in 1966). In addition, in 1967, he was named NH Athlete of the Year, New England Young Man of the Year, and winner of the Reggie Marston Sportsmanship Award. Continuing his football career at the nationally ranked University of Arkansas, Fuller made the Southwest Conference All Freshman Football Team. He played in the Cotton Bowl game and in the Sugar Bowl twice as well as the National Championship game against the University of Texas.
• 2000 Manchester (NH) High School Central Hall of Fame

 

Bruce Fullerton
// During his Razorback career he was on the freshman relay team that set a UA school 440-yard relay record with a time of 42.2 at the 1959 Texas Relays.
• 2004 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Sammy Furo
• 2008 Southern Arkansas University Sports Hall of Fame

 

Susie Gardner
• 2007 Austin Peay Athletics Hall of Fame

 

Dean A. Garrett
• 1996 Benton (AR) Athletic Memorial Museum Wall of Fame

 

Travis Geopfert
• 2016 Iowa Association of Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame

 

Joe Gibbs
• 1996 NFL Hall of Fame

 

Fred Goldsmith
• 2007 Florida A&M University Sports Hall of Fame

 

Sam Goodwin
• 2003 Arkansas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame
• 2007 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• Henderson State Reddie Hall of Honor

 

Fred Grim
// 512-231 with one state championship as basketball coach at Green Forrest (AR) High School (1961-67, 1970-1988).
• 2006 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2008 Arkansas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame

 

J.B. Grimes
• 2011 Henderson State University Hall of Honor

 

Jim Grizzle
• 2005 Regions SEC Business Hall of Fame

 

Mike Grob
• 1987 Montana State Golf Association Hall of Fame

 

Ivan Grove
// Born in Denver, CO, Grove came to Arkansas to coach. He began his career at the University of Arkansas, but joined the staff at Hendrix College in 1924 where he remained until his retirement.
• 1959 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1999 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Quinn Grovey
• 2011 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2016 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Ryan Hale
• 2009 Rogers (AR) High School Hall of Fame

 

Brick Haley
• 2005 Alabama A&M Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Cheryl Hall Nelson
• 2016 Bryant (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Honor

 

Ray Hamilton
• 1973 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Dan Hampton
• 1992 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2002 NFL Hall of Fame
• 2016 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Harvey Hampton
• 2002 Forrest City (AR) Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Dave Hanner
• 1972 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1974 Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

 

Tom Hardin
• 1996 Benton Athletic Memorial Museum Wall of Fame
• 2006 Bauxite (AR) High School Sports Hall of Fame

 

Bev Hargraves
• 2013 Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame

 

Leotis Harris
• 2010 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2014 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Ray Harris
• 2009 Jacksonville (AR) High School Hall of Fame

 

Wanda Harris
// An Arkadelphia native, Harris was an outstanding track athlete for Arkadelphia High School and the University of Arkansas. She was one of the pioneers of girls’s track and field as a sprinter, hurdler, long jumper, and high jumper. She has been honored as the Siftings Herald female of the year, featured in 1977’s Sports Illustrated, Track and Field accomplishment, Arkansas Outstanding Track and Field Athlete in 1977, High School All-American with honors, Who’s Who Among High School Athletes, Who’s Who Among College Athletes and Collegiate All-American Honors, participated in AAU National Junior Olympics Nationals and received medals in three events.
• 2001 Arkansas Track & Field Hall of Fame

 

Wayne Harris
• 1976 Canadian Football League Hall of Fame
• 1981 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2004 College Football Hall of Fame
• 2011 Union County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Lance Harter
• 2003 Mt. SAC Relays Hall of Fame
• 2004 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Athletics Hall of Fame
• 2014 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association Hall of Fame
• 2017 California Collegiate Athletic Association Hall of Fame

 

Scott Hastings
• 2005 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Dick Hatfield
• 2007 Regions SEC Business Hall of Fame

 

Ken Hatfield
• 1989 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2010 Colorado Springs (CO) Sports Hall of Fame
• 2015 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame

 

Harold “Sonney” Henson
// Played football, basketball and golf at Arkansas.
• 2005 Springdale (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Fame
• Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Reggie Herring
• 1989 Florida State University Hall of Fame

 

Kelley Hester
• 2007 Macon (Ga.) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Howard ‘Red’ Hickey
• 1968 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Tom Hilton
• 2008 Joplin (Mo.) Sports Authority Hall of Fame

 

Glen Ray Hines
• 2012 Union County (AR) Sports Hall of Fame

 

Dock Hinson
• 2009 Springdale (AR) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

John Hoffman
• 1976 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Derek Holloway
• 2011 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Hall of Fame
• 2016 South Jersey Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame

 

Kristie Holman Vinson
• 2015 Broken Arrow (OK) High School Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Lou Holtz
• 1983 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1998 Lou Holtz/Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame
• 1998 Orange Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2008 Peach Bowl Hall of Fame
• 2008 College Football Hall of Fame
• 2012 Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame

 

Cliff Horton
• 2011 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

 

Harold Horton
• 1989 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 2002 University of Central Arkansas Hall of Fame

 

Keith Houfek
// Played for Coffeyville CC in 1977 and 1978. He started every game at center and led his team to a 10-1 record his sophomore year. Houfek was selected First Team All-American by both the NJCAA and the Grid Wire. He was elected Honorary Captain and received the President’s Trophy, two of the highest honors a Raven can receive.
• 2000 Coffeyville Community College Football Hall of Fame

 

Gary Howard
• 2005 University of Central Oklahoma Hall of Fame

 

Jim Lee Howell
• 1959 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame
• 1999 Wagner College Hall of Fame

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