Today we introduce to you the top wide receivers in the class of 2025. Some of these recruits are already quickly becoming some of the best in the nation and we give you an exclusive list of some of Texas’s top talent it has to offer. See which universities from around the country are already interested in some of Texas High Schools’ top talent it has to offers and who will undoubtedly be making headlines for their respective teams this fall.
Dakorien Moore (25) | 6-0 / 165 | WR | Duncanville
Last season Dakorien turned a lot of heads in the stands impressing many with his seem-busting ability and his elite speed and agility. Dorien can come up with the contested passes and often can get over the top of corners in a hurry. Dakorien’s lethal speed and athleticism make him a threat both on special teams and on offense. Moore will be one of the best wide receiver recruits in the nation that is highly rated and one that already holds 23 division I scholarship offers to schools like Florida, Ohio State, Oregon, and others.
Andrew Marsh (25) | 6-0 / 165 | WR | Katy Jordan
Marsh has earned 12 division I scholarship offers from schools like Arizona, Baylor, LSU, and others. Marsh is smooth like butter in his routes and can cut the field up often leaving defenders behind. Marsh is very quick of the LOS and looks light on his feet easily sneaking past defenders getting over the top and taking catching the football behind the line of scrimmage, Marsh has the speed and open-field moves to make people pay and take the football in for six points either on offense or defense.
Jacorey Watson (25) | 5-10 / 170 | WR | Shadow Creek
With offers from schools like Michigan, Ole Miss, and Texas, adding to Watson’s total scholarship offers (7) there is no doubt that Watson will be an elite receiver for Shadow Creek for years to come. This spring Watson has impressed with the ability to pick up yards after the catch with blazing speed and agility. Watson has elite awareness of the field and can track the ball near the sidelines or ends on and come up with the big-time catches or go into the endzone untouched. We think Watson will be a dangerous threat on the field for the sharks this season.
Quanell X Farrakhan Jr. (25) | 6-1 / 170 | WR | Woodlands
In 2021 Quanell was named Texas 6A first team fdistreics selection as a freshman and was able to come up with an impressive 42 receptions on the season and have them go for 736 yards of receiving with 9 total touchdowns. Florid State, Georiga, and Ole Miss are some of the first to offer and add to Quanell’s total list of 9 division I scholarship offers. Just get the ball in his hands and he will do the rest. Shows tremendous ability to make people miss after catching the football and has the breakaway speed that’s put him on a lot of radars across the nation already.
Gracen Harris (25) | 5-10 / 170 | WR | Ennis
In 2021 Gracen earned Texas 5A-II Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a freshman who helped Ennis to a perfect record during the regular season (10-0) and impressed many earning him 8 total division I scholarship offers year to date. Harris is an electric payer on the field and will be turning more heads drawing more interest this season.
Muizz Tounkara (25) | 6-3 / 170 | WR | Clear Falls
Dane Jones (25) | 5-9 / 155 |WR | Shadow Creek
Ashton Jones (25) | 6-3 / 170 | WR | Shadow Creek
Vonte Sanders (25) | 6-4 / 155 | WR | Sherman
Za’leal Johnson (25) | 6-4 / 175 | WR | Allen