Amon-Ra St. Brown (Blair Angulo)

Focus 2018: West Receivers Watch List

Scout takes an early look at some of the top receivers in the West in the class of 2018...

With Signing Day wrapped up for 2017, Scout already turns its attention to the class of 2018 and here is a Watch List of receivers from the West in that class.

Names to Know:

Amon-Ra St. Brown, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

The most dynamic receiver in the state this past season.

Jalen Hall, Los Angeles (Calif.) Hawkins

Combines great length and body control and is a major red zone weapon.

Eric Fuller, Los Angeles (Calif.) Hawkins- Committed to Nebraska

Tremendous after the catch and elite in the return game.

Manuel Allen, Corona (Calif.) Centennial- Committed to USC

Long, athletic receiver who can stretch the field.

Marquis Spiker, Murrieta (Calif.) Valley

Big, physical kid with strong hands and can make plays down the field.

Chase Williams, Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt

Smooth pass catcher with high level body control, game just looks easy for him.

Austin Osborne, Mission Viejo (Calif.)

Has great combination of size, hands, routes and under-rated athletically.

Chase Cota, Medford (Ore.) South Medford

Top WR in Oregon, was all-state on both sides of the ball last season.

Devon Cooley, Buena Park (Calif.)

Athletic pass catcher with size and speed, unlimited upside.

Devin Culp, Spokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep

Tough to find many athletes with Culps size/speed combination.

Nikko Remigio, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

Quick and explosive in the slot, just keeps getting better.

J.R. Justice, San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine

Big powerful 6-3 athlete who can get it done on both sides of the ball.

Jevon Holland, Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd

Another two-way standout, like him at WR but may be even better as a free safety.

Andre Hunt, Lawndale (Calif.) Leuzinger

Has game breaking ability and is very good in the open field.

Dylan Thomas, Santa Fe Springs (Calif.)

Quickly emerging this off-season as a 'must have' recruit with tremendous long term potential.

Isaah Crocker, Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum

Shows big play potential at receiver, corner and safety,  can do it all.

Kyle Philips, San Marcos (Calif.)

You won't find many guys who can get in and out of their breaks better than Phillips.

Michael Wilson, West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade

Has the body of a possession receiver but the speed to get behind a secondary.

Nikko Hall, Calabasas (Calif.)

Yet another player with the ability to end up on either side of the ball but prefers offense.

Solomon Enis, Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon

Plays a lot of QB but projects as a game breaking receiver and can really run.

Khalil Shakir, Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta

Highly skilled receiver with hands, explosive after the catch and very good in jump ball situations.

Others to Watch:

Anthony Stell, Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach

C.J. Parks, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

Cole Turner, Milwaukie (Ore.) Clackamas

Cory Payne, Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral

Daniel Arias, Mill Creek (Wash.) Jackson

Delon Hurt, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite

Dominic Wingfield, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite

Elijah Kothe, Las Vegas (Neb.) Faith Lutheran

Emoryie Edwards, Tulare (Calif.) Union

Gunner Romney, Chandler (Ariz.)

Isaiah Johnson, Modesto (Calif.) Downey

J.J. Tucker, Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne

Jalen Nailor, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman

Jarick Caldwell, Chandler (Ariz.)

Jesiah Irish, Snoqualmie (Wash.) Mount Si

John Jackson, Gardena (Calif.) Serra

Kahlef Hailassie, Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks

Mason Starling, Tacoma (Wash.) Franklin Pierce

Mekhi Metcalf, Seattle (Wash.) Garfield

Michael Ezeike, Ontario (Calif.) Colony

Patrick Nunn, San Mateo (Calif.) Serra

Rayshawn Williams, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw

Teyjohn Harrington, Fresno (Calif.) Edison

Tuni Fifita, Milpitas (Calif.)

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