Mohawk Coach, Player Attend HOF Induction

Thursday, March 9, 2017
Legendary regional coach Don Campbell (left), former Razorback, and UofA coach Ken Hatfield, Cade Harrell and Michael Harrell gather for a group photo during Friday night's hall of fame induction ceremony in North Little Rock.(courtesy photo)

What has already been an excellent year continued for Mohawk Head Football Coach Michael Harrell last Friday, March 3, as he and his son, Cade, had the chance to attend the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in North Little Rock.

Harrell accepted the invitation to attend the banquet as the guest of his mentor, Coach Don Campbell, who was previously named to the hall of fame.

This year's nine inductees included former Razorback standout Darren McFadden, administrator/journalist Wally Hall and the late coach of the Pocahontas Redskins, Dave Williams.

Mohawk standout Cade Harrell with former Razorback player, and current Dallas Cowboy owner, Jerry Jones at the induction ceremony.(courtesy photo)

During the event the Harrells had the chance to meet the inductees and honored guests, which included Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones and former Arkansas and Clemson coach Ken Hatfield, who was seated at their table.

Coach Harrell noted it was an experience he'll never forget.

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