Navy Signing Day Recap: WIDE RECEIVERS

The 2013 Navy football signing class is full of players who can help Navy continue its service academy dominance. In this segment discusses the newly signed Mid wide receivers.

At wide receiver Chandler Powell (6-0, 175) from New Bern high school in North Carolina is the son of a former Marine. The Navy recruit hauled in 43 receptions for 740 yards for an average of 17.2 yards per catch in 2012. Powell had offers from Wofford, William & Mary, North Carolina Central, and North Carolina A&T.

Craig Scott (6-2, 170) from Park Hill South high school in Missouri was extremely productive and named First team All-State despite possessing only average speed. Scott caught 71 passes for 1,110 receiving yards, a 15.6 average, and scored 18 touchdowns. He won the Otis Taylor for being the top high school wide receiver in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. Scott chose Navy over Tulsa, Idaho, Iowa State, Nicholls State and South Dakota.

The Mids added another wide receiver recruit, Jamir Tillman, from Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas which has sent a few players to Annapolis in recent years. Tillman is a big receiver at 6-3, 191 pounds with 4.63 speed in the forty yard dash. His senior season he had 58 receptions for 958 yards (16.5 avg.) and 13 touchdowns. He chose Navy over offers from Southern Utah and Georgetown.

Tyler Carmona (6-4, 200) is a big possession receiver out of American Heritage school in Florida. He runs good routes and looks to have soft hands but lacks speed.

Ronnie Querry (6-2, 205) from Basha high school in Arizona is another Navy wide receiver commit who was recruited more for his long snap ability. Querry caught 35 passes for 584 yards and five touchdowns in 2012. Top Stories