Four of Prescott's most outstanding student-athletes of Hank Crain, Thomas Muldrow, Ka' Darius Pearson and Derrick Thompson Jr. all signed National Letters of Intent to continue athletic careers on the collegiate level to prestigious colleges on National Signing Day at Prescott High School.

Four of Prescott's most outstanding student-athletes of Hank Crain, Thomas Muldrow, Ka' Darius Pearson and Derrick Thompson Jr. all signed National Letters of Intent to continue athletic careers on the collegiate level to prestigious colleges on National Signing Day at Prescott High School.
All four athletes were top-notch performers in Prescott Curley Wolves athletic programs to be major contributors for Prescott sports teams success.
Crain, signed to play college golf at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas. Crain completed one of the overall best individual seasons in the history of the Curley Wolves golf program after finishing in the top 10 last week at the 2017 Overall Boys Championships hosted at Pleasant Valley Country Club golf course in Little Rock. He tied for ninth place overall shooting an 81 at the overall golf championships.
This was the second time in Crain qualified to compete at the overall boys golf championships during his athletic career as a member of the Prescott golf team. Crain's senior golf season has been his best thus far to lead the Prescott golf team to the district tournament title and back to the Class 3A state championships.
Crain finished third overall after a four-way tie resulting in a five hole playoff. He shot a 79 at the state golf championships for the 18-hole match to earn another trip back to compete at the overall boys golf championships.
Crain was the overall best golfer in the district tournament to earn medalist honors as he finished with the top individual score in all but one match during the regular season schedule. To captured the district tournament medalist honors, Crain shot a 73. He's apart of the Curley Wolves golf team finishing the regular season including the district tournament perfect at 10-0 for his senior year at Prescott under head coach Beau Brickell.
For Prescott's three star gridiron performers of Muldrow, Pearson and Thompson Jr., they all signed to play football on the college level.
Muldrow, who continues to make history for Prescott's football program has signed a preferred walk-on at the University of Arkansas to join the Razorbacks. Muldrow will be apart of few Curley Wolves to play football for a Division-I program since Mark Johnson who signed to play at Arkansas State University for the Red Wolves.
Muldrow earned All-State honors, completed 33-of-70 passes for 781 yards at quarterback, ran for over 1,000 yards at running back and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground and caught 17 passes for 245 yards for five touchdowns receiving. He had 1,311 All Purpose Yards for 2,028 total yards for the 2017 season.      
Pearson, a 6-2 WR signed to play football Henderson State University for the Reddies. Pearson is amongst 48 student-athletes to signed National Letters of Intent of the Reddies recruiting class of 2018 to under HSH head football coach Scott Maxfield. This past 2017 football season for Prescott, Pearson had 38 receptions for 677 yards receiving with six touchdowns, 688 All Purpose and Total Yards for the season 2017.
Thompson Jr., 5-11 CB signed to play football at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma. This past football season, Thompson Jr. was one of the team leaders on defense with 61 total tackles with 27 solo and 34 assisted and two interceptions for 27 yards with one touchdown score on the season. Thompson Jr. helped the team rack up a total of 1,185 tackles for the 2017 football season. defensive unit being strong for the season Prescott's defense posted shutout victories against Centerpoint 53-0, Gurdon 48-0 and Horatio 47-0.
Muldrow, Pearson and Thompson Jr. both were major parts of the Curley Wolves football team's success this past season. Muldrow and Pearson both were nominated to the Hooten's Arkansas Football Farm Bureau Awards Watch list for Offensive Player of the Year.
Muldrow and Pearson were selected to play in the 63rd anniversary of the Arkansas Army National Guard AHSCA All-Star Football game this summer on the West team roster at Estes Stadium on the UCA campus on Saturday, June 23.
This past season, the Curley Wolves held the No. 1 overall ranking for seven consecutive weeks in the state for Class 3A (Associated Press Arkansas Prep Poll, Hooten's Arkansas Football Class 3A rankings, Arkansas Democrat Prep Poll and Max Prep Poll Rankings).
Prescott was ranked as one of five top teams in the entire state for Class 3A heading into the postseason by all three polls. They are apart of the Curley Wolves finishing the non-conference schedule unbeaten into league season.
Through week 6 of high school football season, they both helped the Curley Wolves extended their winning-streak to 21 consecutive wins since the start of their 2016 championship season. The streak ended in their tough loss at Glen Rose 37-27, but it's stands as the longest winning-streak in the history of their Prescott football program.
Prescott finishes two consecutive seasons unbeaten at home on Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium going into season 2018 under head coach Tommy Poole.
Last year Prescott had six gridiron players to sign NLI of Derrick Flynn (Delta State University), Carlos Vanhook (Ouachita Bapstist University), Jay Marks (Southern Arkansas University), Ja'Mozyia Williamson (Southern Nazarene University), Deonte Jamison ( Southern Arkansas University) and Hunter Grimes (University of Monticello) all signed to play football to prestigious universities in the nation apart of the 2017 recruiting class.
Pearson and Thompson Jr. with last year’s Prescott football signees are all members of the 2016 Prescott Curley Wolves Class 3A State Championship team.