2023 Top WR Junior Day Invite List

March 3, 2022

Staff Writer

We have some of the top wide receivers in the 2023 class more than worthy of a wealth of invites to Junior days. Invites have been taking place since the beginning of the year. There are still more coming up for different universities around the country and we take a look at some of the top recruits that could find their way onto campuses and receive invites.

 

Montrell Wade (23) |6’0 180 | WR | Tyler High

Since we last posted about Montrell on our 2023 wide receiver rankings, Wade’s recruitment has seen a boast and has taken a visit to Texas A&M, and has received offers from Utah State, Washington State, and UNT. More will undoubtedly come for this speedy receiver who can gas any defender downfield and be gone in a blink of an eye.

Lontrell Tuner (23) | 6’0 175 | WR | Duncanville

Lontrell was ranked as the NO.13th receiver in his class. He is a fast and physical receiver who can turn on the jets and leave defenders in the dust on his way into the endzone. Will be special this coming up season and could be one who you could see his recruitment start building momentum in the very near future.

Keaton Kubecka (23)| 6’3 195 | WR | Westlake

Kubecka recruiting momentum has skyrocketed this year. Since the posting of the top 2023 wide receivers, Kubecka has picked up a total of 4 DI offers from schools like Colorado State, Texas State, Air Force, And Marshall; also has taken a junior day visit to Oklahoma State in January of this year.

AJ Jayroe (23) | 6’4 180 | WR | Reedy

Aj is an elite wide receiver and athlete. Has the speed to be a vertical threat and size and skills to be a matchup nightmare for most. One wide receiver who deserves a wealth of visits and offers.

Kaleb Black (23) | 5’9 165 | WR | Klein Oak

Kaleb is one who has been on fire this year with offers. He has earned a total of 6 offers in a two-month time span and is counting to rise up on a lot of recruiting boards. Will be an athlete many coaches are trying to get on to campus as much as possible.

 

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