FOUR & MORE: Inland Area WRs


1. Tiger Bachmeier, Jr., Murrieta Valley – On a mission to prove to himself and the world that the family can catch it as well as they can throw it. Had 33 receptions for six TDs, and averaged 120 receiving yards per game during spring season.

2. Grant Gray, Jr., Norco – Made a name for himself during the pandemic and was able to make it stick during the spring season with 23 receptions and five TDs in five games as Kyle Crum’s go-to guy.

3. Malachi Riley, Sr., Corona Centennial – His Twitter bio states “I hate DBs” and that pretty much says it all about his four-star recruit.

4. Gabriel Nunez, Sr., Beaumont – Led all Inland Area returning players with 34 receptions during the spring season.

Elijah Rodriguez, Sr., Norco – Ultra-reliable No. 2 had 20 catches and averaged more than 80 yards per game.
Sergio Cervantes, Sr., Citrus Valley – A favorite target of the last QB must now build trust with the next one.
Ethan Powell, Sr., Cajon – 6-foot-4 difference-maker had 26 catches and three TDs during the spring season.
Nathan Jimenez, Sr., Centennial – Had 18 receptions and five TDs as third or fourth option for Huskies.

Rudy Castillo, Jr., Yucaipa
Eric Denham, Jr., Centennial
Stacy Dobbins, Soph., Chaparral
Luis Dominguez, Sr., Fontana Miller
Ashar Granger, Sr., Riverside North
Vincent Holmes, Jr., San Jacinto
Joshua Huerta, Sr., Indio
Trevion Kimbrough, Sr., Chino
Brockton Lium, Jr., Citrus Valley
Laviel Pickett, Sr., REV
Lawrence Smith, Jr., Cajon


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