JCFootball.com: Top Wide Receivers (Updated)

JCFootball.com continues it's look around the country at some of the top performers at each position and today we take a look at a few of the top JUCO wideouts and how they've fared so far this season...

Saddleback WR Rodney Woodland - Woodland is putting up big numbers hauling in 40 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns including a huge game last week against Cerritos where he racked up eight receptions for 153 yards and two touchdowns.


Blinn WR Jacob Bennett - Bennett displayed his athleticism last week in a 55-31 win over Tyler hauling in four passes for 65 yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for 71 yards.


Navarro WR Marquez Clark - Clark has been amazing for the Bulldogs this season, hauling in 49 receptions for 756 yards and five touchdowns this season including seven receptions for 115 yards and a score in last week's 37-10 win over Arkansas Baptist.


Butler WR Kendell Wrenn - The sophomore wideout has put up solid numbers this season, hauling in 29 receptions for 468 yards and three scores for the Grizzlies.


Dodge City WR Logan Stephens - Dodge City isn't having a great season record-wise, but Stephens has still managed to put up some big numbers posting 27 receptions for 276 yards and three scores in five games.


Riverside WR Jon Greenwalt - Greenwalt has an offer from Sacramento State and has been getting some looks from from FBS programs. This season, the talented wideout has posted 18 receptions for 232 yards.


Mt. San Antonio WR Alonzo Agwuenu - Agwuenu was recently offered by Tennessee and is getting a lot of attention from other BCS conference programs, due to his size and athleticism. So far this season, Agwuenu has posted 31 receptions for 479 yards and seven scores.


L.A. Pierce WR Joseph Morris - The freshman wideout has been a bright spot for the Brahmas this season, hauling in 20 receptions for 451 yards and four touchdowns.


Long Beach WR Willie Bobbit - The sophomore slot receiver has been solid for Long Beach this season catching 35 passes for 444 yards and five touchdowns.


Allan Hancock WR Shane Henderson - Henderson continues to cause fits for opposing defenses as he's hauled in 23 receptions for 542 yards and seven touchdowns this season.


Citrus WR Kelvin Chatham - The sophomore has had a solid season so far, combining with top QB prospect Blake Loncar to post 27 receptions for 407 yards and four touchdowns.


Chaffey WR Del Wilson - Wilson is tied for the lead on the team with 19 receptions and four touchdowns and leads the team with 322 yards.


Diablo Valley WR Andre Lewis - Lewis has been a big-play threat for the Vikings this season hauling in 21 receptions for 301 yards and three scores.


City College of San Francisco WR Dezmon Epps - The ultra-quick freshman wideout has been a big-play man for the top-ranked Rams so far this season, posting 19 receptions for 355 yards and four touchdowns.


Mendocino WR Aaron Dhuyvetter - The freshman has been one of the main weapons on the Eagles' offense this year, hauling in 27 receptions for 477 yards and four touchdowns including last week when he had seven receptions for 144 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-28 loss to Santa Rosa.


Fresno WR Trent Hicks - Hicks is a big, athletically gifted wideout who ranks third on the team with 19 receptions, ranks third in yardage with 341 yards and is tied for the lead with six touchdown receptions.


JCFootball.com: Top Wide Receiver (9/26 Update)

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