Friday Night Stars: DFW Standout Receiver Recruits of Week #4

September 19, 2022

Staff Writer

Week four of Texas High School football was in full swing and showed a lot of talented players shining for their teams. We bring you an exclusive list of the top standout wide receiver recruits from the Dallas Fort Worth area who shined and for some; making a name for themselves this season.


Wide Receiver Standout Recruits of Week # 4

Ronnie Harrison (23′) | 6-5/ 210 | WR | Forney HS

Ronnie is a dual sport athlete that can make some big-time plays at wide-out. He is quick of the LOS and lethal within his routes cuts the field turf up nicely, and has the breakaway speed to take the football all the way to the house. Last game Ronnie shined with 7 receptions, 206 yards, and get this, found the endzone three times to help his team to a 43-14 victory.

Ka’Morreun Pimpton (23′) | 6-5/210 | TE | North Crowley

Vanderbilt’s tight three-star commit, Ka’Morreun Pimpton was a big target and the reason why his team got the victory. He’s a big athletic looking tight end with a lengthy frame, that can run solid routes and catch in between traffic.  In the 54-0 victory over Paschal Pimton had nine receptions that went for 149 yards receiving and one touchdown on the night

Tre Griffiths (24′) | 6-3/205 | WR | Keller

Tre has some division I interest and offers from schools like Baylor, and Texas Tech, however, that number could increase after impressive performances like he recently did taking three catches for 131 yards receiving and a touchdown.

Amarion Henry (23′) | 6’/185 | WR | Keller

Henry has been earning college interest this season and for good reason. He had 7 catches for 136 yards.

AJ Jayroe (23′)| 6-5/185 | WR | Reedy

Sam Houston commit caught eight passes that went for 111 yards and for one touchdown.

Keonde Henry (24′) | 6-1/185 | WR | Lake Dallas

Henry is a recruit to know with only one offer at the moment respectively from Texas Tech. Henry could be heating up this season with performances like last week with four receptions going for 108 yards receiving and finding his way into the endzone three times.

Gracen Harris (25′) | 5-10/170 | WR | Ennis

Harris is underclassmen recruit that every coach in the country should know about. He is a receiver who can turn on the jets and leave defenders in the dust and knows how to find the endzone. Last game 12 receptions go for 249 yards and three touchdowns.

(photo credit: AJ Jayroe (23′) WR, Reedy, Twitter)


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