The Arkansas razorbacks will won’t be eating tacos for breakfast any time soon, but the team has a latin favor. Santos Ramirez, Paul Ramirez, and Korey Hernandez are Los Tres Latinos that will wear a Razorback colors in the upcoming season. Below some of their highlights of their careers as football players.
#15 Korey Hernandez
Rated the No. 91 player in the state by ESPN and No. 98 by Rivals .Started at defensive back and also contributed on special teams and wide receiver. Helped the Saints take home its first football state championship in Class AAA with a 30-18 victory over Greater Atlanta Christian, finishing the season with 13-2 overall record and a 6-1 mark in league play in 2016
#76 Paul Ramirez
Earned California Community College Football Coaches Association All-America first team honors and American Division-Mountain Conference All-Conference honors as a sophomore. A three-star recruit according to Scout and 247Sports . Rated the No. 7 junior college offensive guard, the No. 13 junior college player in the state of California and the No. 60 overall junior college player in the class by 247Sports . Helped San Bernardino [Calif.] Valley CC to a 9-2 record and berth in the Golden State Bowl under head coach John Shipp.
#9 Santos Ramirez
In 20015, started 3 of 12 games played .Totaled 35 tackles and one interception. 22 of 35 tackles were solo stops .Recorded a tackle in 11 of 12 contests . vs. No. 14 Texas A&M (Sept. 26): Made the first start of his career . Had three tackles and broke up two passes. At Tennessee (Oct. 3): Tallied a career-high seven tackles, all solo, in his second career start … at No. 8 Alabama (Oct. 10): Earned his third straight start . Recorded his first career interception with 2:26 left in the first half, which set up a Razorback touchdown three plays later.