|1. Kasen Williams|
One of the top receivers in the country; if he can get a hand on the ball, it's his; Dad played WR at Washington.
|2. George Farmer|
When he wants to be, may be the top football player in the state.
|3. Victor Blackwell|
Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei- Committed to USC|
One of the premier playmakers in the nation.
|4. Devon Blackmon|
Versatile playmaker has played quarterback, running back and receiver.
|5. Antoine Arnold|
One of the most physically gifted players in the region.
|6. Brandin Cooks|
(Calif.) Lincoln- Committed to UCLA
Slot receiver is quick, has great hands and pound for pound is tough.
|7. Devin Lucien|
Another smooth route runner with excellent pass-catching ability.
|8. Jamaal Jones|
(Wash.) Graham-Kapowsin- Committed to Washington
Can take it to the house at any time; shoulder injury means no senior year.
|9. David Richards|
Big, rangy receiver has only been playing the game for two years.
|10. B.J. Kelley|
|Fresno (Calif.) Central
The top receiver prospect in Central California should have a monster senior season.
|Next 10 (11-20)|
|11. Travis Still, Spanish Fork (Utah)-
Committed to Utah
12. MarQuan Major, Las Vegas (Nev.)
13. Richard Mullaney, Thousand Oaks (Calif.)
14. Nelson Spruce, Westlake (Calif.
15. Jordan Richards, Folsom (Calif.)
16. Nate Fakahafua, Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland- Committed to Utah
17. Jemond Hazely, Corona (Calif.) Santiago- Committed to San Diego State
18. Chance Early, San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral Catholic
19. Patrick Onwuasor, Inglewood (Calif.)
20. Josh Perkins, Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr- Committed to Washington