Kirk Bock, assistant HC/OC Bryant High School
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – [April 6, 2021] –
Today at noon the Broyles Award will recognize Bryant High School’s assistant head coach and offensive coordinator Kirk Bock. Coach Bock was the 2020 High School Broyles Award winner for the state of Arkansas. Due to COVID-19 restrictions the Broyles Award was unable to present the plaque to Coach Bock last year. The recognition will be held at Hornet Arena.
“It’s a special day for us to recognize Coach Bock, honor his work, and welcome him into the Broyles Award family.” – Molly Harrell
Coach Bock is a member of the second class of High School Broyles Award winners. Previous winners include:
Class of 2019
- Bert Newton (Alabama), defensive coordinator, Hartselle High School
- Doc Crowley (Arkansas), offensive coordinator, Booneville High School
- Casey Pearce (Texas), defensive coordinator, Longview High Schoo
Class of 2020
- Brandon Dean (Alabama), offensive coordinator, UMS-Wright Preparatory School
- Kirk Bock (Arkansas), offensive coordinator, Bryant High School
- Craig Zeringue (Louisiana), defensive coordinator, Lutcher High School
- Tony Salazar (Texas), defensive coordinator, Austin Westlake High School
The goal of the Broyles Award is to honor the top high school assistant coach from every state.###
About the High School Broyles Award
In 2018, the Broyles Award added to their 25-year tradition of honoring the nation’s best collegiate assistant football coaches through the creation of the High School Broyles Award. This award honors the top high school assistant football coach in every participating state, projecting their excellence onto the national stage.
About the Broyles Award
The Broyles Award was created in 1996 recognizing Coach Frank Broyles’ legacy of selecting and developing great assistants during his almost two decades as head coach at Arkansas. You can follow the Broyles Award on Facebook and Twitter.