FOUR & MORE: Inland Area WRs

PREP FOOTBALL 2018 (PRESEASON)
BEST FOUR & MORE RECEIVERS

1. Darren Jones, Sr. San Bernardino Cajon – 6-foot-8, 170-pound transfer nightmare has been compared to NFL Hall-of-Famer Randy Moss and is coming off one of the best seasons for a receiver in U.S. high school history with 102 receptions, 2,094 yards and 28 touchdowns.

2. Taj Davis, Sr., Upland – 6-foot-2, 185-pound grown man caught 51 passes for more than 1,200 yards from out-bound transfer QB David Baldwin last season, but it remains to be seen what kind of production he’ll have alongside the Highlanders new QB.

3. Gary Bryant, Jr., Corona Centennial – Skillful and speedy in the mold of so many Huskies before him, the 5-foot-10, 160-pound wideout is track-star fast and will catch his share of go-route touchdowns no matter who’s under center.

4. Schroeder Koale, Sr., Menifee Paloma Valley – Stepped up into the role of the No. 1 receiver for the Wildcats, finished with team-high 17 touchdown receptions.

AND MORE:
Braedin Huffman-Dixon, Sr., Eastvale Roosevelt – Should be higher on this list but inconsistency has plagued 6-foot-3 star despite playing with elite level QBs.
Mason Carvalho, Sr., Menifee Paloma Valley – The second option in the Wildcats pass offense actually led the team in receptions and yards last season.
Keyon Gibson, Sr., Corona – The most underrate talent in the Big VIII can play a number of positions but his hands set him apart on the outside.
Andre Thomas, Sr., Riverside La Sierra – Four-year varsity starter had 52 catches for 11 TDs and more than 900 yards to again lead Eagles offense.

ALSO:
Travion Bell, Sr., Temecula Linfield Christian
Taliq Brown, Jr., Murrieta Valley
Jeremiah Criddell, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Ceasar Gonzalez, Jr., Norco
Isaiah Holiness, Sr., Redlands East Valley
Joshua Hornsby, Jr., Fontana Summit
Devin Hudak, Soph., Riverside Carnegie
Orlando Ornelas, Sr., Temecula Chaparral
Jamar Simpson, Sr., MoVal Rancho Verde
Adam Vasquez, Sr., Yucaipa
Xander Witt, Sr., Apple Valley

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