The Nation's Top 2015 Center

Lewisville (Texas) Hebron star and Arkansas commit Zach Rogers (6-4, 295) has been named the nation's top center in the 2015 class by and tabbed a four-star prospect along with Charleston quarterback and fellow Razorback pledge Ty Storey (6-3, 222), Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg (6-4, 245) and Junction City defensive end Jamario Bell (6-6, 230).

Four players from Arkansas and/or pledged to be Razorbacks were tabbed four-four star prospects in's initial ranking of the class of 2015.

That group includes Lewisville (Texas) Hebron offensive lineman Zach Rogers (6-4, 295) and fellow Arkansas commit Ty Storey (6-3, 222) – a quarterback from Charleston - Pine Bluff tight end Will Gragg (6-4, 245) and Junction City defensive end Jamario Bell (6-6, 230).

Rogers, ranked as the nation's 121st-best prospect overall, was named the nation's top center prospect in the 2015 class.

"Being named the top center in the country is definitely a great honor and it gives me even more motivation to work hard every day," Rogers said. "I am really excited about that."

Rogers actually plays tackle in high school, but Arkansas and the other colleges who had been recruiting him project him as a center in college. He chose the Razorbacks over Oklahoma, Texas and a host of other offers.

"Arkansas coaches think that I have the skills to be a great center," Rogers said. "They think I can be a leader on the offensive line, get everybody where they need to be and help win football games from that position."

Storey, who chose Arkansas over Alabama and Auburn, is listed as the nation's 150th player overall as well as the seventh-best quarterback in the 2015 class.

Gragg, the brother of former Arkansas and current Buffalo Bills tight end Chris Gragg, is ranked as 105th overall player and the fourth-best tight end prospect in the country.

Gragg has offers from Arkansas, Alabama, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt.

Bell, a two-sport star who just helped lead the Arkansas Wings to the 16-and-under AAU basketball national title, has a football offer from Arkansas.

He is regarded as the 251st-best player overall and the 28th-best defensive end in the country for 2015.

Zach Rogers

Ty Storey

Will Gragg

Jamario Bell

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