FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area WRs

FOUR&MORE

INLAND AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL 2013

1. Barry Ware, Corona Centennial — The name on the back of his jersey — “B. Ware” — says it all. He caught 49 passes for 11 TDs and more than 1,000 yards last season as the Huskies won the CIF-Southern Section Inland Division title for the second time in three seasons. A physical beast (6-foot-3, 200 pounds), he’s committed to UCLA.

2. Michael Stewart, Hemet Tahquitz — Led all CIF-Southern Section underclassmen in catches (98), yards (1,388) and touchdowns (15) for the Titans, a CIF-SS Eastern Division semifinalist last season. He’s currently uncommitted and looks prepared for a big year.

3. Erik Brown, Fontana Summit — Another in a burgeoning line of great receiving talents at Summit (Devon Blackmon and Donte Deayon), Brown will play so many positions (RB/DB/KR) for the SkyHawks that it’ll make your head spin. He’s committed to Washington.

4. Brandon Scott, Yucaipa — Plays more out of the end position but still caught more passes (66) than any receiver in San Bernardino County last season. Big and strong (6-4, 218) and full of potential, he’s committed to Nevada.

AND MORE: Victor Gonzalez, Riverside Norte Vista — Went from futbol to football and has done it spectacularly. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound flanker is committed to Nevada.

Sam Roberts, Beaumont — Caught 39 passes for 840 yards and 12 touchdowns in just 10 games for the Cougars, a CIF-SS Central Division quarterfinalist.

Trevor Wright, Upland — Two-sport athlete (baseball) was a solid option last season for the Highlanders, a CIF-SS Inland Division semifinalist.

Malik Kimbrough, San Jacinto — The ball is going to be in his hands, at either receiver, running back or defensive back, so recruiters — which there are many — will get a good look.

Jordan Washington, Fontana Summit — Spock to Erik Brown’s Capt. Kirk, Washington’s capability in one-on-one situations will tested.

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