Former Arkansas football star Bruce James is one of nine new inductees set to enter the school's Hall of Honor.

The official induction will take place Aug. 29 in Rogers. Joining James in this year's class are football players Rodney Brand, Tommy Brasher, George McKinney and Steed White, basketball player Darrell Walker, track and field stars Daniel Lincoln and Gi-Gi Miller and baseball player Ryan Lundquist.

Former Arkansas football star Bruce James is one of nine new inductees set to enter the school's Hall of Honor.
The official induction will take place Aug. 29 in Rogers. Joining James in this year's class are football players Rodney Brand, Tommy Brasher, George McKinney and Steed White, basketball player Darrell Walker, track and field stars Daniel Lincoln and Gi-Gi Miller and baseball player Ryan Lundquist.
James, a defensive end, lettered for three seasons from 1968-70, helping the Razorbacks go 28-5 over that span. Brasher, also a defensive lineman, played during the early 1960s, and Brand, a center, lettered from 1967-69.
McKinney played quarterback and was the Razorbacks' captain in 1961. White lettered in 1946 and '47 — and later served two stints as an assistant coach.
Walker helped the Razorbacks to the NCAA tournament round of 16 in 1981 and '83. He is 18th on the school's career scoring list with 1,325 points.
Lincoln won three straight NCAA titles (2001-03) in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and another championship in the 10,000 meters. Miller became the first Lady Razorback to win a national title in a field event when she took the indoor triple jump in 2001.
Lundquist holds Arkansas' season record of 24 home runs, set in 1997.