Top Performers - Wide Receivers

Here is a look at some of the top JUCO wideouts in the country, how they did this past weekend and how they have fared so far this fall...

Cerritos WR Xavier Shepherd - The freshman had a great first game for the Falcons, hauling in nine receptions for 130 yards and three scores in Cerritos' 50-19 win over L.A. Harbor.


Riverside WR Kenny Torrance - Torrance torched a good Ventura secondary for 157 yards and two scores (84, 68) on three receptions as the Tigers downed the Pirates 59-41.


Grossmont WR Nick Kurtz - Grossmont blasted Desert 65-14 and Kurtz had a big hand in why things went so well for the Griffins as he hauled in five receptions for 87 yards and three scores.


L.A. Valley WR Elrod Spencer - The freshman wideout blew the doors off of East Los Angeles, hauling in touchdown receptions of 14 and 67 yards while helping the Monarchs cruise to a relatively easy 59-34 win. Spencer finished the day with three receptions for 90 yards and the two touchdowns.


East Los Angeles WR Joshua Taylor - Taylor got his college football career off to a good start, hauling in seven receptions for 116 yards and a touchdown, but the Huskies lost to L.A. Valley 59-34.


Mt. San Antonio WR Kaelin Clay - Clay did his best to keep the Mounties in the game, but they still fell to Saddleback by a score of 44-20. The sophomore wideout hauled in four receptions for 144 yards and a 96-yard touchdown.


Antelope Valley WR Hunter Sharp - AVC fell to San Bernardino, but Sharp was still solid in his contributions, totaling 10 receptions for 114 yards and a score.


Allan Hancock WR Shane Henderson - The Bulldogs lost a 15-14 heart-breaker to Santa Barbara and Henderson was a big reason they were able to keep the chains moving, totaling six receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown.


Long Beach WR Josiah Blandin - Blandin, a bounceback from Arizona State, totaled seven receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown, but the Vikings still fell to Fullerton, 41-21.


Foothill WR Karim Jones - Jones had a huge game for the Owls who lost 35-28 to Contra Costa. The sophomore wideout hauled in 10 receptions for 168 yards and three touchdowns.


Mendocino WR Jakorian Graves - Graves, a freshman, totaled four receptions for 99 yard and a touchdown as Mendocino fell to Santa Rosa by a score of 54-7.


Sacramento WR Nick Whitaker - Whitaker hauled in four receptions for 115 yards and two scores including the game tying touchdown with just six minutes left as Sac City downed Sierra 37-31 in overtime.


Sacramento WR Bobby Garza - Garza had his way with the Sierra secondary, totaling 10 receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown, helping lead the Panthers to a 37-31 win in overtime.


Jones WR JaMicheal Willis - Willis hauled in 12 receptions for 125 yards in a 34-28 win over Northeast Mississippi. In two games so far this seaosn, Willis leads JCJC with 16 receptions for 212 yard and is second on the team with one touchdown.


Phoenix WR Londell Lee - Lee had a huge game for the Bears, hauling in eight receptions for 202 yards and a touchdown, but PC still dropped their game to New Mexico Military 21-13.


Mesa WR Cody Saul - The sophomore wideout had seven receptions for 128 yards and a touchdown in Mesa's 41-20 win over Pima last weekend. So far this year, in three games, Saul has hauled in 16 receptions for 285 and four touchdowns.


Blinn WR Darrion Landry - Landry has put up some big numbers so far this year for the Bucs, hauling in 13 receptions for 209 yards and two scores including last week's five reception, 91 yards and a touchdown effort in 55-7 win over Southeast Prep Academy last weekend.


Tyler WR Joshua Reynolds - In the Apaches' 56-24 win over Kilgore, Reynolds had a big game, grabbing three receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns.


North Dakota State College of Science WR Claude Garrett - The Wildcats lost 47-7, but Garrett still had a big day, hauling in nine receptions for 96 yards.


Highland WR Durwin Jones - Jones had a huge day for the Scotties, notching four receptions for 153 yards and three scores as Highland dropped to 1-2 on the season with a 41-35 loss to Dodge City.


Highland WR Melvin McAdams - McAdams, like Jones, transferred to Highland after a year at Victor Valley in California and had a solid game this past weekend, hauling in nine receptions for 130 yards and a touchdown in the Scotties' 41-35 loss to Dodge City.


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