DFW Wide Receiver Players of the Week

September 14, 2021

Staff Writer

DFW – Here are some of the top preforming receivers from this past week of Texas High School football. Now unfortunately we cannot cover everyone who has standout performances but we do our best to bring a spotlight to those who need it. That being said, we still try to find the best recruits week in and week out, so lets see who made the list this week.

 

 

Mason Murdock (22)- Colleyville heritage 

Murdock is a sure handed reciever who can win those contested throws in the air. Looks like he can climb the ladder with his vertical. Not the fastest but nice in his routes and was special last game.

 

 

Devin Turner (22) – Lone Star Frisco 

Turner has great size, long arms and looks special as a wide receiver. He’s got the ability to turn in some points with some yards after the catch. Just get this man the football, and he will do the rest. Committed to Northwestern University to most likely play on the defensive side of the ball at DB.

 

Ford Butler (22) – Dallas Jesuit 

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Ford can stop on a dime. He’s got elusive speed and agility. He’s versatile and can be used in special teams. I like the how well this receiver sells his routes and shows he’s one of the fastest athletes on the field

 

 

Mike Murphy (22) – DeSoto 

Mike had some electrifying plays in the last game for DeSoto with two touchdowns grabs in the game. He’s smooth in his routes and can show great awareness making those toe tapping catches in the endzone.

 

 

 

Cemarion Chambliss (22) – Mansfield Timberview 

Cemarion might have a breakout season this year. Last game he had 8 receptions for 171 yards and 3 touchdowns on the night. He showed speed and agility catching the football. Looks like a prominent FBS prospect with adequate size and ability.

 

 

Zion Steptoe (22) Memorial 

Zion a Utah commit had himself a night with 8 receptions and 213 yards recieving plus 2 touchdowns on the night.Earning himself a spot on our top receivers of the week.

 

 

 

 

 

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