McGehee football coach Marcus Haddock has been named the 3A Coach of the Year after leading the Owls to a 12-1 season and a trip to the 3A state title game. McGehee quarterback Jordan Owens was a finalist for the 3A Offensive Player of the Year.

Fordyce Coach Tim Rodgers, who led the Redbugs to a 15-0 season and second consecutive state championship, was a finalist for the 2A Coach of the Year. He won the award last year. Fordyce quarterback Jaheim Brown was named the 2A Offensive Player of the Year while teammate Josh Harrington won the 2A Defensive Player of the Year award.

The Farm Bureau Insurance Football 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 in each classification. The winners were announced Monday in a virtual awards show.

The winners followed by the finalists in each class and category:

2A Coach of the Year: B.J. Paschal, Des Arc
Finalists: Fordyce Coach Tim Rodgers and Bigelow Coach Luke Starks

2A Offensive Player of the Year: Jaheim Brown, Fordyce
Finalists: Jaxson Carter, Poyen and Jameson Threadgill, Gurdon

2A Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Harrington, Fordyce
Finalists: Armando Harper, Gurdon and Chris Haywood, Foreman

3A Coach of the Year: Marcus Haddock, McGehee
Finalists: Neil Evans, Harding Academy and Tom Sears, Hoxie

3A Offensive Player of the Year: Caden Sipe, Harding Academy
Finalists: Jett Dennis, Greenland and Jordan Owens, McGehee

3A Defensive Player of the Year: Ty Duggar, Harding Academy
Finalists: Jacobi Nolen, Prescott and Justin Wilson, Prescott

4A Coach of the Year: Jeff Conaway, Shiloh Christian
Finalists: Johnny Fleming, Rivercrest and Josh Price, Stuttgart

4A Offensive Player of the Year: Cam Wiedemann, Shiloh Christian
Finalists: Hunter Smith, Joe T. Robinson and Buster Thomas, Arkadelphia

4A Defensive Player of the Year: Kam Turner, Rivercrest
Finalists: Keystan Durning, Ozark and James Jordan, Joe T. Robinson

5A Coach of the Year: Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy
Finalists: Eric Cohu, LR Christian and Van Paschal, Wynne

5A Offensive Player of the Year: Cooper White, Pulaski Academy
Finalists: Torie Blair, Texarkana and Marterious Ross, Wynne

5A Defensive Player of the Year: Futa Shinkawa, Pulaski Academy
Finalists: Corey Platt, Little Rock Christian and Kam Robinson, White Hall

6A/7A Coach of the Year: Chris Young, Greenwood
Finalists: Chris Hill, Sylvan Hills and Buck James, Bryant

6A/7A Offensive Player of the Year: Austin Ledbetter, Bryant
Finalists: Bryce Bohanon, Conway and Hayden Schrader, Bryant

6A/7A Defensive Player of the Year: Cole Joyce, Bentonville
Finalists: Jordan Hanna, Greenwood and Noah Perry, Little Rock Catholic