DFW Wide Receiver Players of the Week

September 21, 2021

Emmanuel Charles-Lobo

The Texas High School football season is just heating up and we have some of the top wide reciever recruits of week four right here for you. Coaches and fans here are some of your top primetime guys from the DFW area. Get the nachos ready, sit back and relax because its going to be a show anytime these guys get on the field.

 

 

BJ Williams (22) WR,ATH  Brewer 

Bj is an athlete to know this season who is making a lot of plays for Brewer. Williams holds two offers from Colorado and Liberty, but that number could easily sky rocket this season. Williams has lethal speed on the field and is a versatile player who can leave any defender in the dust. In run and catch situations Williams looks dangerous and can make people miss. Not the the tallest either at 5’10” one hundred-sixty pounds, his route running could use a little improvement but what does it matter if others simply cant keep up with this guy on the field. Coaches and fans this is an FBS athlete who can play multiple positions on offense and contribute on special teams.

 

Jay Fair (22) WR, Rockwall-Heath 

No real need for introduction here. This star wide receiver can do it all. To no ones surprise, Jay has been having a monster start of the season in 2021. That entire Rockwall-Heath offense is looking very strong this season for that matter and looks like a very cohesive unit altogether. Balance to both the run and passing game, Jay is easily ably to showcase his skillset each week. This past week Jay showed out and earned himself MVP of the game for DFW Inside High School Sports.

 

Johntay Cook II (23) WR, DeSoto

Cook has been a special one this season for DeSoto. Every time he catches the football he shows off his ability to pick up those yards after the catch with his elite speed. A four-star receiver who has over 34 division I offers from power 5 schools. Cook is a showtime reciever who never fails to impress on the field. Not many can keep up with or guard this star wide out with his suddenness and separation ability makes him hard to corral. 

 

Charles Allen (22) WR, Garland 

Allen can be dangerous with the football in his hands. Shows some great speed getting down field in a hurry. At 6’2″ 180 I like this size of this reciever with his long arms and frame, he also shows he can be very quick footed at the LOS and get over top of corners in a flash of an eye.

 

Hauss Henjy(24) WR, QB Aledo 

Hauss is a quarterback turned into a receiver this season helping his team rack up victories and points up on the scoreboard.Generally a good hands catcher Henjy showcased his elite athleticism and speed catching the football. Look for this athlete to be an impact player for Aledo this season and for years to come. Next season Henry should have a chance at competing for the starting quarterback role and he is just as good throwing the football as he is catching it. FBS caliber athlete who holds interest from schools like TCU, Texas A&M as well as others.

 

 

 

 

 

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