JCFootball.com: Top Wide Receivers (Updated)

As we head into post-season play, some JUCO wide receivers have really shown what they can do this season. JCFootball.com takes a look at just a few of them in today's look at the top prospects in the country at each position...

Pasadena WR Wayne Peters - Peters, a sophomore who works primarily out of the slot, leads the state of California in tackles with 70 receptions while totaling 664 yards yards and two touchdowns.

Mt. San Antonio WR Alonzo Agwuenu - Mt. San Antonio's wide-open attack has plenty of outstanding receivers, but Agwuenu is the big-play man in the Mounties' offense, leading the team in receptions (52), yards (792) and touchdowns (14).

Santa Rosa WR Marquis Fruge - Fruge's big frame and soft hands have helped him haul in 52 receptions for 628 yards and seven scores while helping the Bear Cubs to a 5-4 record.

Fresno WR Trent Hicks - Heading into the season we know that Hicks was going to be one of the top JUCO wideouts in the country and that foresight appears to have been well-founded as Hicks has posted 39 receptions for 805 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Monterey Peninsula WR Gerran Gordan - One of the reasons the Wolves are on a seven-game winning streak has been the consistent play of Gordan who has posted a team-leading 45 receptions for 580 yards and five touchdowns.

Navarro WR Marquez Clark - Clark has been the man for the Bulldogs on offense this season, combining with QB Adrian Nelson to post 71 receptions for 1,230 yards and 11 touchdowns.

East Mississippi WR LaColton Bester - Bester has been huge for the Lions this year, hauling in 59 receptions for 841 yards and 12 scores.

Glendale WR Talon Haggard - Haggard has been a real find for Glendale this season hauling in 53 receptions for 752 yards and nine touchdowns in 10 games.

Cisco WR Kali Rashaad - Rashaad put up big numbers in just eight games this season, notching 46 receptions for 784 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Mississippi Gulf Coast WR Javon Bell - The Bulldogs used Bell a lot down the field this season and the talented sophomore answered the bell hauling in 53 receptions for 801 yards and eight touchdowns.

Hutchinson WR Cordarrelle Patterson - Patterson has had a reputation all season as a big-play man for the Blue Dragons, racking up 48 receptions for 770 yards and 12 scores in nine games this season.

Northwest Mississippi WR Lance Ray - One of the top big-play men in the country, Ray posted 37 receptions for 704 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Arizona Western WR Joshua Ford - Arizona Western has over and around defenses all season and Ford was the downfield-threat they needed, hauling in 45 receptions for 654 yards and nine touchdowns.

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