Is Fayetteville QB Lindsey Being Overlooked by Razorbacks?

Witnessing Saturday’s Class 7A state championship game in Little Rock prompted this amateur observer to question why the Arkansas football program has not expressed interest in Fayetteville quarterback Drake Lindsey.

Lindsey culminated his high school career with a remarkable 355-yard passing performance, earning MVP honors in the 22-16 victory over Bentonville in the title game. Read about it here.

Having covered many of Lindsey’s games over the past two seasons, I have seen a plethora of both. Not only is he one of the most dynamic, consistent passers I have seen, but his humility and respect for those around him, is undeniable.

At 6-foot-5, 225 pounds, Lindsey brings both size and consistency. He completes 70 percent of his passes, and has delivered impressive numbers over the past two seasons, with 7,667 yards and 89 touchdowns. His abilities make him the No. 5 player in the state for the Class of 2024, according to 247Sports.

After committing to the University of Minnesota, Lindsey has remained loyal to his status as a pro-style quarterback, emphasizing down-field vision and quick release akin to both Ryan Mallett and Tyler Wilson, two of Razorback’s successful passers in history.

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