To kick off the 2020 Arkansas high school football season, SBLive is previewing the top players at every position. Here’s an inside look at the Top 20 offensive linemen in Arkansas high school football. The list is in alphabetical order.
TOP 20 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN IN ARKANSAS
Jesus Almaraz – Sr. – Springdale
Almaraz enters his third season as the starter at left tackle. He’s a force at 6-foot-5 and 315 pounds.
Dalton Brown – Sr. – Nashville
Brown has dominated since moving from tight end to tackle. He’s committed to Central Arkansas.
Brock Burns – Jr. – Ozark
Burns had 17 pancake blocks as a sophomore. He’s committed to Kansas.
Andrew Chamblee – Jr. – Maumelle
Chamblee (No. 72) has double digit offers from major colleges around the country. He’s the top-rated offensive line recruit in the state according to 247Sports.
Ryan Crawford – Jr. – Nettleton
A powerful (6-foot-2, 295 pounds) two-way lineman for the Raiders.
Canaan Davis – Sr. – Central (Little Rock)
Pairs up with Makilan Thomas to give the Tigers strength up front.
Timothy Dawn – Jr. – Camden Fairview
The Cardinal ran the ball for over 2,000 yards last season with Dawn leading the way at left tackle.
E’Marion Harris – Jr. – Joe T. Robinson
Harris is one of the nation’s top lineman recruits, having picked up offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, and several others.
Jon Stanley Hill – Sr. – Dumas
At 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, Hill is an athletic, two-way lineman for the Bobcats.
Braxton Johnson – Jr. – Little Rock (North)
Johnson is a punishing interior lineman who measures at 6-foot-1 and 305 pounds.
Kaleb Kegley – Sr. – Foreman
Kegley enters his fourth season starting on the offensive line and third starting both ways.
Cole Littrell – Sr. – Valley View
Littrell (6-foot-3, 285 pounds) helped the Blazers total over 3,300 yards last season and compile a 10-1 record.
Gavin Roe – Sr. – Bauxite
Roe (6-foot-3, 310 pounds) is a mauler in the run game.
Josh Street – Sr. – Bentonville
Street has offers from Maryland and Kansas among others.
Jack Struebing – Jr. – Har-Ber
Another talented lineman from the Class of 2022. Struebing has offers from Memphis and SMU.
Jared Summons – Sr. – Parkview
Summons (6-foot-4, 290 pounds) is the man up front for the powerful Parkview offense.
Makilan Thomas – Sr. – Central (Little Rock)
A standout in shot put, Thomas has committed to play football at Arkansas State.
Terry Wells – Sr. – Wynne
Wells (6-foot-4, 305 pounds) was an All-State selection in 2019. He’s committed to Arkansas.
Mark Welch – Jr. – Fairview
Plays right tackle opposite Timothy Dawn to give the Cardinal two excellent underclassmen.
Gaylon Williams – Sr. – Arkansas (Texarkana)
Williams uses his size (6-0, 295) to dominate in the run game.