1. Joseph Lewis, Los Angeles (Calif.) Hawkins
The top-ranked receiver nationally is the first-ever five star from his school and has offers spanning the country.
2. Tyjon Lindsey, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Lindsey is one of the most electric players in the country and is a two-time selection to The Opening Finals
3. Osiris St. Brown, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
One of the best playmakers in the West, St. Brown is a better prospect at the same stage than his older brother, Equanimeous, now at Notre Dame.
4. Terrell Bynum, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Bynum can play receiver, defensive back and return kicks, but schools love his ability to make something happen each catch.
5. Keyshawn Johnson, Calabasas (Calif.)
Johnson has blossomed into one of the more sure-handed receivers in this class and he'll make his decision this week.
6. Jamire Calvin, Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral
Calvin has had a terrific spring and has over 20 offers to choose from. He's also a gifted return man for the Phantoms.
7. Grant Calcaterra, Santa Margarita (Calif.)
Calcaterra is a big-bodied receiver with better speed than given credit for but his biggest plus is his soft hands that catches everything.
8. Ty Jones, Provo (Utah)
The top receiver in the state of Utah, Jones is long and athletic with good speed.
9. Alex Cook, Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
Cook could be a Power 5 starter on either side of the ball, both safety and receiver and is the top pass-catcher in Northern California.
10. Maurice Bell, Murrieta (Calif.) Murrieta Valley
Somewhat overshadowed in the Southland, Bell is one of the more under-appreciated receivers in the region.