No. 22 Brock Barnhill, redshirt junior defensive back from Mountain Home. Brock is son of one of the best OL in school history, Randy Barnhill.
No. 10 Cameron Birse, freshman quarterback from Danville, Calif. Born in Great Britian, Cameron has also lived in Maryland.
No. 77 Dexter Blackmon, senior defensive tackle from Selma, Ala. Dexter has two career interceptions -- one in junior college and one at ASU last season.
No. 73 Travis Bodenstein, redshirt sophomore tackle from Springdale. Travis has not played in two years but was named pre-season all-conference by one publication.
No. 80 William Boyd, redshirt junior receiver from Cave City. A walk-on who played in three games last year, Williams is one of six siblings.
No. 10 Artez Brown, junior cornerback from Newport. Artez for more than 3,000 yards in his high school career with the Greyhounds.
No. 33 Darrius Buckley, redshirt junior linebacker from Memphis. Darrius who has four younger sisters, is a transfer from Lambuth, where former ASU coach Hugh Freeze got his college start.
No. 11 Phillip Butterfield, redshirt senior quarterback from Lake Hamilton. Phillip was one of 45 players selected to play in the first national team that competed in the IFAF Junior World Championship.
Black. When the first group of students at State Agriculture School met to select school colors, black was one of those colors and has remained a school color despite several nickname changes.