FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area WRs
PREP FOOTBALL 2016
BEST INLAND AREA RECEIVERS
1. Marquis Spiker, Jr., Murrieta Valley — Caught 71 balls for nearly 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns as the Nighthawks went to the air with a new passing game. With two seasons and the same QB, the sky is the limit.
2. Michael Onyemaobi, Sr., Temecula Chaparral — Versatile and extremely athletic, the real questions are how best to use – and not overuse – the future Cal Bear.
3. Bryan Thompson, Sr., MoVal Rancho Verde — Elevated his play (51 catches & 1,250 yards) to give Mustangs’ first-year QB a go-to guy and raise his own profile.
4. Gary Theard, Sr., Upland — Has more than a dozen Division 1 and 2 offers despite playing through one of Scots’ more turbulent times.
Maurice Bell, Sr., Murrieta Valley — Speedy second option in one of the Inland area’s elite offenses.
Jeremiah Boatner, Sr., Corona — Explosive athleticism with a refusal to be outworked or overlooked.
Savai’i Cravens, Sr., Temecula Linfield Christian — There’s just something about that last name.
Xavier Marshall, Sr. & Troy Spencer, Sr., Corona Centennial — Double trouble for defenses.
Manny Allen, Jr., Corona Centennial
Kevin Davis, Sr., Hesperia Oak Hills
Keyon Gibson, Soph., Corona
Darren Jones, Soph., Upland
Gavin Mercer, Sr., Riverside King
Sean North, Sr., Corona Santiago
Khalil Shakir, Jr., Vista Murrieta
Jacob Salas, Sr., Perris
Zak Simon, Sr., Temecula Valley
Michael Thomas, Sr., Norco
Chase Williams, Jr., Eastvale Roosevelt