#4 Ty Storey

QB | Jr | 6-2 | 215 | Charleston, Ark. | Charleston HS

2017 (SOPHOMORE): Played in two games … vs. Florida A&M (Aug. 31): Saw action late in the game but did not record any statistics … vs. No. 16 Mississippi State (Nov. 18): Rushed once for a 5-yard loss.

2016 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Saw action against Texas State (Sept. 17), Alcorn State (Oct. 1) and Auburn (Oct. 22).

2015 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted during initial year on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL: An early enrollee who was a consensus four-star prospect by Rivals, ESPN, Scout and 247Sports … Was the No. 6 pro-style quarterback in the nation, No. 3 player in Arkansas and No. 165 in the Rivals250 according to Rivals … 247Sports ranks him the No. 9 pro-style quarterback, No. 3 player in Arkansas and No. 236 overall prospect in the Top247 … Ranked the No. 4 player in Arkansas and No. 16 quarterback in the nation by Scout … ESPN listed him as the No. 7 player in Arkansas and No. 19 pocket passer quarterback in the country … HawgSports.com ranked him at No. 3 in the Natural 21 … Led Charleston to back-to-back perfect seasons and Arkansas Class 3A state championships, earning State Championship MVP as both a junior and senior … Also won a state championship as a freshman linebacker in 2011 … Ended his career with 29 consecutive wins … Finished his varsity career with 12,856 passing yards and 154 touchdown passes … The 12,856 passing yards ranks third in Arkansas all-time and the 154 touchdown passes is the second-most by any player in state history … Became just the eighth player in Arkansas high school history to pass for over 10,000 career yards, joining former Razorback quarterback Brandon Allen on the list … Also ranks among Arkansas’ all-time high school leaders with 897 completions (2nd), 1,370 pass attempts (3rd) and a 66.0 completion percentage (3rd) … Named to the 2015 Parade All-American First Team at quarterback … Earned back-to-back Gatorade Arkansas Football Player of the Year and Wendy’s High School Football Player of the Year honors for Arkansas … Named MaxPreps Mr. Football for the state of Arkansas and earned MaxPreps Small School All-American first team honors … Recognized as the 2014 winner of the Landers Award, given to the state’s best prep football player … Named to the 3A all-state team three consecutive years … Earned Farm Bureau Insurance 3A Offensive Player of the Year and the Arkansas Democrat Gazette’s Outstanding Player of the Year … Finished his senior season completing 294 of 447 passes (65.7 percent), for 4,159 yards and 53 touchdowns while adding 724 rushing yards and 20 rushing touchdowns … Totaled 73 touchdowns as a senior, the fourth-most in a single season in state history … Went 268-of-408 (65.6 percent) passing for 4,241 yards and 52 touchdowns as a junior … Also rushed for 180 yards and six touchdowns in 2013 … Started as a sophomore and completed 328 of 503 passes (65.2 percent) for 4,397 yards and 48 touchdowns and rushed for 316 yards and seven touchdowns … Coached by Greg Kendrick … Also was an all-state basketball and baseball player … Chose Arkansas over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Louisville and others.

PERSONAL: Born on May 29, 1996 … Son of Shane and Dianna Storey … Cousin, Carrie Parker, lettered in women’s basketball for the Razorbacks from 1994-97 … Kinesiology major … Two-time Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll honoree (2015, 16).