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-- After six games, Grossmont WR Alex McLeland has been outstanding posting 30 receptions for 377 yards and four touchdowns.

Alex McLeland highlights from weeks 1 and 2

-- Another Griff who is putting up huge numbers is Roland Brooks, a sophomore who hails from Memphis, Tennessee, hauling in 21 receptions for 373 yards and three touchdowns for a tidy 17.8 yards per catch.

-- Fullerton WR Willie Downs has been the man for the Hornets this fall, hauling in 29 receptions for 466 yards and seven touchdowns in five games this season. Downs was an Army All-American back in 2009 and signed with Florida State, but was unable to qualify and headed to Fullerton.

-- Allan Hanckock's Scott Cathcart got Preseason All-American honors and he's done nothing to show he didn't deserve that honor, reeling in 35 receptions for 616 yards and two touchdowns in six games so far this season.

Scott Cathcart Highlights Part 1

Scott Cathcart Highlights Part 2

-- Chris Rivas, a 5'9", 170-pound freshman from College of the Canyons, has been solid this season for the Cougars, combining with QB Justin Arias for 26 receptions for 440 yards and six touchdowns so far this season.

-- Chaffey's combination of sophomore Brandon Caldwell and freshman Ivan Lilly has been outstanding for the Panthers this fall.

Caldwell has struggled with a knee injury all season, but hasn't missed a game and leads the team with 29 reception for 292 yards and two scores while Lilly is second with 20 receptions for 351 yards and three touchdowns.

-- El Camino's duo of Joshua Brinson and Kevin Norrell both have been solid for the Warriors this season.

Brinson leads the team with 18 receptions for 298 yards and two touchdowns and Norrell, who prepped at Long Beach (Ca.) Poly High School, is second with 16 receptions for 290 yards and a touchdown.

Both are sophomores and will need to be just as productive if Elco hopes to make a post-season run.

-- The trifecta of Kenny Davis, Tyron Harris and Damon Julian have been absolute money for L.A. Pierce this season.

Julian leads the Brahmas with 32 receptions for 533 yards and six touchdowns while Harris has hauled in 23 receptions for 442 yards and three touchdowns and Davis has reeled in 20 receptions for 470 yards and four scores.

Damon Julian Highlights

-- Mt. San Antonio's Mike Edwards isn't big, but he has put up huge numbers for the Mounties this year, nabbing 29 receptions for 628 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Mike Edwards Highlights -- Saddleback's Tavaurus Abram has been spectacular for the Gauchos in six games this fall, hauling in 38 receptions for 411 yards and five touchdowns.

-- West Los Angeles' Joseph Hyman, a 6', 190-pound sophomore has put up amazing numbers for the Wildcats this season, grabbing 43 balls for 455 yards and six touchdowns in seven games so far this season.

Joseph Hyman 2009 Highlights

-- Diablo Valley's Greg Wilson has shown explosiveness this fall for the Vikings, hauling in 24 catches for 538 yards and six touchdowns in six games.

-- Michael Scott, a 6'1", 200-pound sophomore from Palo Alto, has hauled in 30 receptions for 474 yards and five touchdowns in six games this season.

-- Nick Hodge has been special for Mendocino this year. The huge target, who measures in at 6'5" and 220 pounds, has posted 42 receptions for 571 yards and seven touchdowns in six games this season.

-- City College of San Francisco's Aaron Horne could be the most explosive wideout in the country right now. The talented wideout has hauled in 29 receptions for 723 yards and seven touchdowns in six games.

-- San Mateo WR Rahsaan Vaughn has been huge this season for the Bulldogs posting 35 catches for 542 yards and seven touchdowns in six games.

The speedster has Oregon at the top of his wish list and the Ducks have offered along with Arizona, Arkansas State, Hawaii and Utah. He will visit Eugene in late November for the Civil War and could make a commitment shortly after that.

-- Santa Rosa has a great combination of size and speed and productivity in the duo of Cameron Richmond and Michael Ortiz.

Ortiz has put up the bigger numbers -- 56 yards for 804 yards and 10 touchdowns -- but Richmond might be the better prospect and he hasn't been bad either posting 42 yards for 441 yards and four touchdowns.

Cameron Richmond 2009 Highlights

-- Sierra's Taylor Schablaske, a sophomore, has been solid for the Wolverines this year reeling in 29 receptions for 544 yards and four touchdowns.

-- Sacramento has gotten a lot of productivity out of sophomore wideout Jeremiah Oates a 6'3", 190-pounder who has hauled in 48 receptions for 710 yards and seven touchdowns in seven games this year.

-- Ellsworth's Dexter Holmes, a reshirt freshman, has been outstanding this season currently ranking second in the country with 42 receptions and leading the country with 661 yards and is tied for second with nine touchdown receptions.

-- Malcolm Moulton, a talented sophomore from Fort Scott, is as explosive as any wideout in the country and has 36 receptions for 592 yards and five touchdowns.

-- Iowa Western's Matt Waters, a freshman, has put up big numbers so far for the Reivers this season. The talented wideout has 33 receptions for 595 yards and seven touchdowns for a team that is 8-0 on the season.

-- Fond du Lac's Ronrico Ragsdale is putting up solid numbers this year, hauling in 31 receptions for 600 yards and five touchdowns so far this season.

-- Coffeyville's Duron Carter, an Ohio State bounceback, has been huge for the Red Ravens this fall, hauling in 29 receptions for 537 yards and a national-best 10 touchdowns.

-- Deunta Jennings, a sophomore at North Dakota State College of Science, has been huge so far this season posting 28 receptions for 537 yards and 10 touchdowns so far this season.

Deunta Jennings Highlights

-- Hutchinson freshman Cordarrelle Patterson has been outstanding for the Blue Dragons this season with 25 receptions for 523 yards and five touchdowns on a team that is 7-0 and ranked 12th in the latest Poll.

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