Navy Recruiting Crop 2014: Wide Receivers

National Signing Day has come and gone. At this point Navy has over 70 "signees". will now review all the known future Midshipmen. In this segment we introduce the wide receivers.

At wide receiver the Mids landed seven commitments. Brandon Colon (6-4, 205) is a big, tall direct admit wide receiver from Los Fresnos, Texas. Colon chose Navy after considering University of Texas at San Antonio, Georgetown, Southern Mississippi and some Ivy League schools.

Chad Lewellyn is a tall wide receiver (6-4, 180) out of Kentucky. Last fall as a senior at Christian Academy he had 53 catches for 742 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also played safety on defense and made 60 tackles and eight interceptions. He chose Navy over Butler, Dayton and Weber State.

Trayvon Clarke is a 6-2, 185 pound wide receiver who played in Florida at Ida S. Baker high school. He is a versatile player that was a wide receiver, defensive back, punter and played on special teams. Last fall Clarke had 25 receptions for 359 receiving yards, 14.4 average and a touchdown. He even completed the only pass he threw, for a 23 yard gain, on an end around his senior season.

Dajzon Dukes is a 6-3, 205 pound possession receiver with excellent size. Duke played both football and basketball at Harry Doss high school in Kentucky. He selected Navy over offers from Cincinnati and Ohio.

Taylor Jackson (6-3, 195) was a teammate of slotback commit Treveon Walker at Texas High in Texarkana, Texas. Jackson is a tall receiver with average speed. As a senior he caught 19 passes for 394 yards and a team-high seven touchdowns. Jackson will attend the Naval Academy Prep School this fall.

Trenten Swinton is a 6-1, 195 pound wide receiver from Port Arthur Memorial high school in Texas. Swinton earned all-district honors his senior season. Swinton looks like a Navy wide receiver on film receiver. He is a physical wide receiver who can block.

Cameron Dudeck is a 5-foot-10, 185-pound receiver from The Hun school in New Jersey. Cameron's joins his oldest brother, Brendan Dudeck, at Navy. Dudeck played for his father and last year caught 27 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown as a senior. Top Stories