One Southeast Arkansas high school football coach and three players from Southeast Arkansas have been named finalists for the annual Farm Bureau awards.

Rison head football coach Clay Totty is a finalist for the 3A Coach of the Year. Totty led the Wildcats to a 12-1 season and a trip to the state 3A semifinal game. He was also finalist in 2015 for the 2A Coach of the Year. Rison noseguard D.J. Watson is a finalist for the 3A Defensive Player of the Year award.

Warren’s Keemontrae McKnight is a finalist for the 4A Offensive Player of the Year and teammate Marcus Miller is a finalist for the 4A Defensive Player of the Year award.

The Farm Bureau Awards honor Arkansas’ top offensive player, defensive player and coach of the year for each classification. Hooten’s Arkansas Football staff selects three finalists for each category, and those 45 finalists and their families are invited to attend the Farm Bureau Awards on Dec. 10 when the winners are announced, according to hootens.com.

The finalists in all classifications and categories:

7A/6A Coach of the Year
Rick Jones, Greenwood
Buck James, Bryant
Brad Harris, Benton

7A/6A Defensive Player of the Year
Kelby Caffrey, Benton
Kajuan Robinson, Bryant
Dwain Hunt, North Little Rock

7A/6A Offensive Player of the Year
Samy Johnson, LR Catholic
Peyton Holt, Greenwood
Darius Bowers, Fayetteville

5A Coach of the Year
Joel Wells, Harrison
Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy
Eric Cohu, LR Christian

5A Defensive Player of the Year
Cameron Collier, Texarkana
Grant McElmurry, LR Christian
Blake Titus, Pulaski Academy

5A Offensive Player of the Year
Hudson Henry, Pulaski Academy
Justice Hill, LR Christian
John David White, Pulaski Academy

4A Coach of the Year
Todd Eskola, Joe T. Robinson
Daryl Patton, Bauxite
J.R. Eldridge, Arkadelphia

4A Defensive Player of the Year
Kentavious Robinson, Rivercrest
David Walker, Stuttgart
Marcus Miller, Warren

4A Offensive Player of the Year
Mekel Kentle, Joe T. Robinson
Keemontrae McKnight, Warren
Jaret Russ, Shiloh Christian

3A Coach of the Year
Scott Hyatt, Booneville
Robert Hooks, Osceola
Clay Totty, Rison

3A Defensive Player of the Year
D.J. Watson, Rison
Noah Reyes, Booneville
Jariq Scales, Osceola

3A Offensive Player of the Year
Cash Forrester, Newport
Ryan Johnson, Prescott
Keon Simmons, Mayflower

2A Coach of the Year
Michael White, Mount Ida
Joe Besancon, Hazen
Steven Jones, Junction City

2A Defensive of the Year
Cade Jackson, Mount Ida
Kade Perry, Hazen
Sema’j Levingston, Junction City

2A Offensive Player of the Year
Jacob Wood, Conway Christian
Kyren Batey, Foreman
Jordan Turner, Salem