JCFootball.com - Top WR Performances

(UPDATED 9/27/12) A look at some of the top wideout performances over the past week and which players are standing out for their teams so far this season. This is by no means all-inclusive, but just a snapshot of some of the top players at the position so far this year...

Diablo Valley WR Diante Jackson - Jackson has put up some ridiculous numbers through three games for DVC, hauling in 39 receptions for 629 yards and seven touchdowns including last week's 11-catch, 211-yard, three-touchdown effor in his team's first win of the season, a 44-20 drubbing of Chabot.

Chaffey WR Alex Jefferies - Jeffries has been outstanding so far this season, hauling in 17 receptions for 375 yards and seven touchdowns so far this season including last week where he posted three receptions for 83 yards in two scores as Chaffey got a 28-24 win over Victor Valley.

Mt. San Jacinto WR Dalton Hunkle - In the Eagles' thrilling 35-32 win over East Los Angeles last week, Hunkle hauled in eight receptions for 136 yards and one touchdown. In four games this season, Hunkle has 26 receptions for 434 yards and three touchdowns.

College of the Canyons WR Dan Vear - In COC's first win of the season, a 36-14 victory over Pasadena, the freshman had four catches for 86 yards and two touchdowns. In four games this season, Vear, working in the wide receiver rotation, has posted eight receptions for 113 yards and two scores.

Moorpark WR Brent Stevens - Stevens had a huge game, but the Raiders still lost to Allan Hancock by a score of 49-40. The multi-talented Stevens caught eight passes for 126 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.

El Camino WR Luckner Brady - Brady had four catches for 147 yards including a 47-yard touchdown in the Warriors' 59-7 win over Long Beach last week and was named the Central Conference's Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts.

Southwestern WR Bryant Mitchell - The talented freshman actually leads the Jags in receptions with 26 and is second in receiving yardage (409) and touchdowns (4). Last week, in Southwestern's 42-3 win over San Bernardino, Mitchell hauled in eight receptions for 154 yards and three touchdowns, earning Mountain Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors.

East Los Angeles WR Bryan Munoz-Alvarez - East L.A.'s offensive has been a juggernaut so far this season and the play of Munoz-Alvarez is a big reason why. This past week, the talented sophomore hauled in a game-high 10 receptions for 140 yards and in four games he's totaled 22 receptions for 270 yards and one touchdown.

Kilgore WR Ed'Marques Batties - Batties has had a huge year so far for the Rangers, hauling in a team-leading 28 receptions for 428 yards and five touchdowns including a seven receptions for 104 yards and two scores in Kilgore's 45-35 win over Navarro last week.

Tyler WR Jeremy Chappelle - Chappelle, a sophomore, has put up big numbers is a rather conservative offense that relies on the run to set up the pass. So far, in four games, Chappelle has hauled in 22 receptions for 333 yards and three touchdowns.

Blinn WR Vasquez Haynes - Haynes, a redshirt freshman, has been super-explosive for the Bucs so far this season, hauling in 18 receptions for 346 yards and five touchdowns.

Arizona Western WR Markeith Ambles - The USC-bounceback had a monstrous game last week in Arizona Western's 63-38 throttling of Scottsdale CC, hauling in 10 receptions for 266 yarsd and two touchdowns.

Erie WR Shayon Headley - In Erie's 27-7 loss to Nassau, the elusive sophomore wideout hauled in eight receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown.

ASA WR Ouslet Volcy - The Avengers have a good one in Volcy and they got some great productivity out of the talented wideout hauled in six receptions for 143 yards and two touchdowns in a 72-21 win over Monroe last week.

Louisburg WR Demarques Martin - Martin had a huge game in the Hurricanes' 24-22 win over Lackawanna last week, hauling in five receptions for 155 yards and two touchdowns. In three games this season, Martin has hauled in 10 receptions for 311 yards and three touchdowns.

Independence WR Freeman Dozier - In though Indy fell to Coffeyville by a score of 38-19, the freshman wideout had a solid game, hauling in nine receptions for 107 yards and one touchdown.

Top WR Performances (9/19/2012)

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