There’s no question Fresno State has been busy this season out on the recruiting trail. Like every year Fresno State is always looking for the next talented Wideout to join the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs have been looking at prospective Wide Receivers and have made a few offers. Here at the Barkboard we have managed to identify and confirm several offers made to prospective Wide Receiver recruits. Below is our big board of Fresno State offers made to those wide receiver recruits.
Damon Cole Jr
Cole, who combined for 1,640 all-purpose yards and 19 touchdowns for the Gauchos last season, said he’s high on Fresno State especially since the ‘Dogs have officially made a move on Cole. The 6-foot, 175-pound Cole is currently sitting at 10 offers, six of them coming from Mountain West programs ranging from Utah State, Hawaii and Wyoming. FRESNO STATE IN TOP 7
Theard, who is listed as a 3-star prospect, does damage both ways for the traditional Southern California powerhouse not only known for producing Tyler Hillinski (Washington State), Kenny Lawler (Cal, Seattle Seahawks) and JoJo Mathis (Washington), but also getting an elevation recently from CIF to play in the Division I field with the likes of Corona (Calif.) Centennial, Bellflower-St. John Bosco and Santa Ana-Mater Dei.
Stallworth said that some FS coaches had him on their radar early on, as the wide receiver received visits from the Bulldogs during the NCAA Spring Evaluation Period and watched his receiving skills during the 2015 and 2014 FS summer camps on campus. Stallworth is known to be a big play mismatch against cornerbacks in the 916. He’s shown excellent concentration on his catches while being sandwiched between defensive backs and shows a quick burst after hauling in the reception. He not only pulls down the aerial lobs for the state powerhouse, but also shines as a ball-hawking playmaker at cornerback.
New defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward was the man who formally told Williams that he received an offer from FS, Williams said. The versatile target - who also plays cornerback for Patterson - has one other offer from Nevada and adds UNLV, Cal Poly and Norhern Arizona have shown interest. With Fresno State now on him, does Williams have a desire to stay close to home and commit to the ‘Dogs?
Very athletic player with great hands and good speed to make the tough catches. Not only is Patrick a threat on offense but he’s a threat on defense as well. He has a great nose for the ball and closing speed to catch players from behind. He’s also a return specialist on kickoffs and punt returns. Patrick currently holds offers from Fresno State, Nevada, and San Diego State and the Pac 12 is starting to show interest.
Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame receiver Tyler Asemota is an intriguing prospect who is more of a track guy playing football. He's a state qualifier as a jumper but has a handful of football offers. Asemota measured 6-4, 193, and ran a 4.58 forty and was explosive off the line of scrimmage showed great speed. He's not a real natural pass-catcher, though, and struggled in his route running. He's raw, but has the tools to be a guy to keep an eye on.
FRESNO STATE IN THE TOP 5. Hill will visit all five schools in his top-five this summer in hopes of getting a better idea of each program. He will still be considering other school that may come into the picture. His other four offers come from Louisiana Lafayette, New Mexico, Texas State and Central Arkansas.
Jean is one of those Florida players that have gone overlooked by power five schools and currently holds offers from Fresno State, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, North Carolina State, Central Connecticut, North Carolina Central
Another Florida receiver that Fresno State see’s potential in. At 5-foot-8 Nelson is on the smaller size. What Nelson lacks in size he more than makes up for it in agility and the ability to make people miss. Nelson has decent speed and a nose for the endzone. He currently holds offers from Fresno State, Bowling Green, Miami Ohio, Coastal Carolina, Middle Tennessee, Southeast Missouri
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