JCFootball.com: Top Wide Receivers

Most JUCO programs are four games into their seasons and so far several of the top wideouts in the country have put up some big numbers. Here's a quick look at just a handful of them and we at JCFootball.com will be adding more names to the list as the season progresses...

Cisco WR Kali Rashaad At just 5'8", 175 pounds, Rashaad uses his speed and quickness to put up big numbers and so far this year, he's combined with QB Jacob Morgan to be a deadly combination through four games, totaling 21 receptions for 512 yards and seven touchdowns.

East Mississippi WR LaColton Bester When you talk about big, physical receivers, Bester should immediately come to mind. Using his 6'3", 205-pound frame, Bester has hauled in 25 receptions for 357 yards and four scores to lead the Lions on all three categories.

Mississippi Gulf Coast WR Javon Bell - Bell is an explosive wideout, but so far he hasn't been able to break free, although he is leading the Bulldogs in receptions with 25 receptions and has 261 yards and two touchdowns in four games so far this season.

Pasadena WR Wayne Peters The super-quick Peters has been outstanding for Pasadena so far this season, leading the state with 33 receptions through four games while posting 382 yards and one touchdown.

Santa Ana WR Ario Winston After four games, Winston has proven himself to be a reliable target for Dons QB Andrew McDonald, hauling in 26 receptions for 217 yards and three scores.

Ventura WR Tim Vizzi Considered to be one of the more sure-handed receivers in the state, Vizzi is off to a great start for the Pirates this season, grabbing 27 receptions, good for second in the state, for 271 yards and three touchdowns.

Long Beach WR Travon Payne Payne has proven to be one of the most explosive wideouts in the nation so far posting 24 receptions for 452 yards – an 18.8 yards per reception average – and six touchdowns for the Vikings in just four games.

New Mexico Military WR Xan Mangum Mangum has put up big numbers so far this season, hauling in 18 receptions for 391 yards and six touchdowns in just three games for the Broncos.

Hutchinson WR Cordarrelle Patterson Considered one of the top JUCO wideouts in the country, Patterson has done nothing to diminish that standing, grabbing 21 receptions for 349 yards and six touchdowns for the Blue Dragons.

Northwest Mississippi WR Lance Ray Ray has been integral in helping the Rangers put up nearly 47 points per game this season, hauling in 12 receptions for 304 yards and five touchdowns.

Fresno WR Joe Ellis Ellis is off to a huge start this season, nabbing 14 receptions for 261 yards and two touchdowns in three games.

Santa Rosa WR Marquis Fruge Fruge has great size and speed and has used those physical tools to put up big numbers so far this season, hauling in 26 receptions for 376 yards and three scores in just three games.

Allan Hancock WR Shane Henderson Henderson is already proving to be one of the top freshman wideouts in the country, posting 20 receptions for 483 yards and seven touchdowns already for the Bulldogs.

Bakersfield WR Brandon Hobdy – In four games, Hobdy has been a real gem for the Gades hauling in 23 receptions for 345 yards and two scores.

Moorpark WR Donnel Robinson Robinson has gotten off to a great start for Moorpark this season, nabbing 20 catches for 402 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Riverside WR Sadale Foster Riverside's explosive offense relies on outstanding play from their wideouts and Foster has been solid, posting 14 receptions for 305 yards and seven touchdowns.

Mt. San Antonio WR Alonzo Agwuenu The Mounties have two very good receivers this year, but Agwuenu has been the most dangerous, hauling in 22 receptions for 358 yards and six touchdowns.

Mt. San Antonio WR Darrin Duncan Duncan has shown good hands and the ability to get open, leading the Mounties with 23 receptions for 301 yards in four games this season.


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