The University of Central Arkansas has added two more signees to its 2011 football class, bringing the total number of newcomers to 25, according to head coach Clint Conque.
The Bears added linebacker Zach Bush of Denton, Texas, and defensive end Jonathon Woodard of Brentwood, Tenn., this week.
“Both young men are excellent prospects and students, with enormous potential and upside,” Conque said. “Although recruiting is a year-long process, this completes the 2011 class.”
Bush, a 6-foot-3, 190-pounder from Denton Guyer High School, had 109 total tackles in during the 2010 season, including four tackles for loss and four pass breakups. He was an All-Area first-team selection and an All-Conference first-teamer in District 7-5A. Bush played on the Texas 5A state runner-up.
Bush was also a two-year letter-winner in track and was a member of the academic honor roll and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Woodward, a 6-6, 220-pound defensive end from Ravenwood High School, had a combined 73 tackles over his final two seasons. He recorded 11 quarterback sacks, 18 quarterback hurries and broke up seven passes. Woodward also was a two-year letterman in track and field in the jumps and sprints.
The Bears signed 19 newcomers three weeks ago and have four mid-term transfers already enrolled.