Here are some of my top wide receiver recruits to know going into this Texas High School football season. Some of these recruits are under the radar or are not getting the spotlight they deserve, and some are even committed.
Why would there be some committed players on this list you might ask? Well, we feel like in their senior campaigns some serious interest in their performances this season could be drawn towards these specific recruits and make them, even more, a valuable asset to most programs around the country.
We have done extensive research and found the top 2023 wide receiver recruits from around Texas High School football to know this season. These are guys who will be undoubtedly special for their respective teams this season. So without further ado, here are my top prospects to know.
(Featured photo credit: WR, Lontrell Turner, Duncanville & James Batts Photography )
WR, Marques Neal – Channelview
Marques is a hidden gem that could be at the top of his class. Not to hidden, has a total of 14 DI offers from schools like Arkansas State, Rice, Texas Tech and Vanderbilt. Last season’s stats: 38 receptions go for 832 yards and 13 reception total touchdowns.
WR, Ja’Ryan Wallace – Braswell
No stars doesn’t matter. Wallace is a talented receiver with a great frame and size at 6-foot-3, and 185 lbs with quite a bit of offers. Schools that have expressed interest with scholarship offers Florida State, Boston College, Nebraska, Purdue, Wisconsin, and a few others (14).
WR, Jakevian Rodgers – Dangerfield
Schools that have shown interest in Rodgers with offers are Indiana, Baylor, and UTSA to name a couple out of his 11 total scholarship offers. Rodgers is an athlete that can contribute on both sides of the field on offense or defense. Rogers will continue to draw interest and make plays for Dangerfield.
WR, Louis Williams – Conroe
Williams has had an amazing career with over 110 receptions and 2260 yards receiving with 20 touchdowns in the two years of being a starter on varsity. Williams lives in the endzone and has no problem getting open and beating defenders on contested passes. Tulane and UTSA are just a few on his list of offers and more will come this season.
WR, Jameson Garcia – Amarillo
WR, Ernest Thomas – North Forney
WR, Keaton Kubecka – Westlake
WR, Lontrell Turner – Duncanville
WR, AJ Jayroe – Reedy
WR, Kariyen Goins – Angleton
WR, Jackson Lavender – Lovejoy
WR, Aiden Meeks – Rockwall
WR, Anthony White (WR,ATH) – Abernathy
WR, Jamarion Carroll – Hirschi
WR, Lonnie Adkism -C.C. Miller
WR, Jordan Bailey – Denton Ryan
WR, De’Tyrian McCoy – Waxahachie
WR, Kollin Lewis – Gladewater
WR, D’Marea Weaver – Nacogdoches
WR, Rohan Fluellen – Gilmer
WR, Darrell Gill – Atascocita
WR, David Amador – North Shore
WR, Demarion Crest-Daniels – Parkland
WR, Aaron Dubose – Brennan
WR, Dylan Apponey – Foster
WR, Kaleb Smith – Reedy
WR, Scout Brazeal – Academy
WR, Joseph Moreland – St. Michael Catholic Academy
WR, Wayne Pritts – Argyle
WR, Nathan Salz – Katy Jordan
WR, Kelby Valsin – Bowie
WR, Riley Pechacek – Boerne
WR, Lonnie Johnson – Timber Creek
WR, Landon Ransom – Bryon Nelson
WR, Amarion Henry – Keller
WR, Kyle Harrison – Buffalo
WR, Robert Sims III – Travis
WR, Jonathan Nelson – Bridgeland
WR, Case Holleron – Hebron
WR, Derek Eusebio – Prestonwood Christian Academy
WR, Tyson Hancock – Smithville
WR, Trey Robinson – St.Thomas
(P.S this article has been updated and added player analysis/evaluations since first posting)