VIDEO: Pulaski Academy answering questions
May 29, 2012
LITTLE ROCK Losing a lot of its offense of a state championship team isn't a problem Pulaski Academy can avoid.
Following the graduation quarterback Fredi Knighten, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette offensive player of the year, along with receivers such as Ben Fortson and Kendall Bruce, and offensive lineman Jason King and Matt Kolb getting their diplomas, there will be a few glaring voids for the Bruins to fill as they make the move to Class 5A.
As for now, various players such as receiver L.J. Wallace and quarterback Lawson Vassar are starting to give some clarity to who might take over for the 2012 season. The one constant will be tight end Hunter Henry, who is fielding offers from programs such as Arkansas, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Alabama and Oklahoma.
Pulaski Academy held its spring game on Thursday.