2025 Wide Receiver Rankings

March 21, 2022


12:48 pm



This week will be finishing taking a look at the 2025 class. Today we are ranking some of the top wide receiver recruits across the state of Texas in the class of 2025. Last season freshmen turned some heads and have been building momentum in their recruiting. Here are our top ten players to know about on our watchlist.


#10.Vonte Sanders (25) | 6’4, 155 | WR | Sherman

Vonte is a multi-sport athlete who plays basketball as well as football but has caught the attention of some prominent programs because of his size and physical abilities. Texas, Texas A&M, and TCU have all expressed or shown interest in Sanders as well as others. Will be one to keep an eye on who should he choose to continue to develop his football career could be a highly rated and sought-after recruit.

#9.Ashton Jones (25) | 6-3 / 170 WR | Shadow Creek

Ashton is very much in the development stages of his career but with his size and talent already, Ashton Jones is a name to know. Flashes some impressive ability to stop on a dime with amazing body control and looks to be quick-footed and should possess a high ceiling as a route-runner.

#8.Jaquise Martin (25) | 5-10 / 175 WR | Rudder

Jaquise is a versatile player who can play all over the field and contribute on special teams, running back and wide receiver. This athlete has the elite speed and agility to be a threat anytime he touches the football. Martin shows he can be a player to consistently get his name called over the loudspeaker to find the endzone.  He will be a special player for Rudder for years to come, and if route running ability continues to develop. He will be a receiver who could be amongst the best in the nation.

#7.Gracen Harris (25) | 5-9 / 160 WR | Ennis

Gracen is a strong slot receiver who can run excellent routes and beat people off the LOS. Once he gets the football in his hands Harriss is most likely making a house call. A receiver who has excellent timing and meets the ball high-pointing the football on those contested passes. Holds offer to Kansas, Pitt, and Texas Tech.

#6.Kaliq Lockett (25) | 6-1 / 165 WR | Sachse

Holds offer to SMU, and Utah. Lockett is one of the most solid route runners on this list and one who can create a lot of separation between himself and defenders. He can improve his suddenness to maximize separation ability, but shows great awareness of the field and knows how to find the corners of the endzone.

#5.Andrew Marsh (25) | 6′, 165  | WR | Katy Jordan

Andrew holds one early offer from Michigan State and for good reason. He is extremely quick-footed off the line of scrimmage and can make people miss in the open field with some nasty lateral moves and agility. Marsh is a threat on special teams and on offense catching the football. He has the elite speed and route-running ability to be in the conversation amongst the best in his class. Posses a long-term ceiling for success for years to come.

#4.Deion Deblanc (25) | 5-10 / 180 WR | Aldine Eisenhower

Deion could be one of the best athletes in his class period. He’s got a lean athletic frame with the size and physical abilities to dominate all over the field at running back, wideout, or on special teams. Can be used as a utility player that can do it all on offense. One who makes the big plays look routine, and who will end up selecting anywhere he would like to go to college at the end of his career.

#3.Daylon Singleton (25) | 5-9 / 150 WR | DeSoto

Daylon has 6 offers thus far from the schools like Arizona, Arkansas, Lousiville, Ole Miss, Pitt, and Utah. The DeSoto U product can fly. He is a physical hard-nosed receiver who runs the football with violence down the sideline, and. blocking. A special teams threat with great field awareness; Singleton shows he can be dangerous in catch-and-run scenarios by catching a pass at the LOS and either running over people or chasing them down the sideline. Singleton is all gas and no brakes when he has the football in his hands. An athlete with more development down the line could see immediate success at the next level.

#2.Quanell X Farrakhan Jr. (25) | 6-1 / 170 WR | Grand Oaks

Quanell has two early offers to the universities of Georgia and UTSA. He is an elite receiver that is extremely hard to corral and for defenders to bring down. He has some pretty impressive strength in his core and lower body to shake off tacklers off his back and glide into the endzone. Vertical threat and a threat anytime he has the football in his hands. He’s got a big athletic frame with long arms and legs and is a very versatile player on offense that can line up in a tight formation run a sweep, or act like he is going to block and take off for the endzone, flying past everyone. A wide receiver recruit who will undoubtedly end up being one of the best in his class across the country.

#1.Dakorien Moore (25) | 6′, 165  | WR | Duncanville

Dakorien is one of the top receivers in his class in the state and nation. One who holds 20 early division I offers already. Moore is a threat on offense and special teams because of the elite speed and route-running ability. Shows the ability to be quick of the LOS, and is simply faster than everyone else on the field, often takes catches or punt returns back for six points untouched. Will developed into a highly rated recruit with plenty of stars and offers, but most importantly, could be an immediate star at the next level and have daft day potential.


Watchlist (In no particular order
Muizz Tounkara (25) | 6-3 / 170 WR | Clear Falls

Camren Fletcher (25) | 5-10 / 165 WR | Oak Ridge

Ashton Ansley (25) | 6-4 / 170 WR | Memorial

Kaleb Mitchell (25) | 6-2 / 160 WR | First Baptist Academy

Holds one early offer to Utah.

Rashod Richardson (25) | 6-1 / 190 WR | Cy Creek

Jamon Richardson (25) | 6-1 / 190 WR | Cy Creek

Terry Barber (25) | 6-2 / 165 WR | DeSoto

Za’leal Johnson (25) | 6-4 / 175 WR | Allen

Santana Quinn (25) | 6’2, 175  | WR | Sachse

Santana features a long frame with long arms and shows he can pick up those yards after the catch or be a red zone threat because of his size and athletic ability.

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