Weekly JUCO Top Performers - Wide Receivers

Here's a look at some of the top JUCO running back performances from last week including Hinds' Javon Wims (pictured) who helped lead the Eagles to a 44-13 win over Northeast Mississippi...

* = freshman

Javon Wims (Hinds) (6-4, 212) - Wims had his second-straight big performance of the season, this one a six-catch, 191-yard, two-touchdown performance in the Eagles’ 44-13 win over Northeast Mississippi.
Dominic Walker (Itawamba) (6-2, 215) - Walker totaled five receptions for 107 yards in Itawamba’s 21-20 win over Jones County.
Marquisian Chapman (Northwest Mississippi) (5-10, 170)* - The freshman was a big-play waiting to happen in the Rangers’ 26-10 win over Mississippi Gulf Coast as he hauled in four receptions for 130 yards and two scores.
D.J. Montgomery (Holmes) (6-2, 200)* - Montgomery, another freshman, finished with three receptions for 120 yards in the Bulldogs’ 34-14 win over Pearl River.

Dillon Birden (Blinn) (5-10, 180) - Birden, who also plays some running back as well, hauled in 10 receptions for 118 yards, but Blinn still lost by a score of 35-30 to Tyler.
Joe Lewis (Kilgore) (6-2, 205) - The sophomore hauled in nine receptions for 171 yards and two scores, but the Rangers still wound up on the short end of the stick, falling to Georgia Military by a score of 42-28.

WSFL (Arizona/New Mexico/Utah)
Tim Hernandez (Pima) (6-1, 190)* - Hernandez grabbed nine receptions for 120 yards and caught the game-winning touchdown in Pima’s thrilling 36-33 win over Eastern Arizona.

Terrance Bowers (Rochester CTC) (5-11, 170)*- Bowers had a huge game in the Yellow Jackets’ 51-6 win over Minnesota West, totaling five receptions for 192 yards and two scores.
Jalen Esters (Rochester CTC) (6-2, 205) - The sophomore wouldn’t let his younger teammate get all of the glory as he caught five passes for 110 yards and a touchdown in Rochester’s 51-6 win over Minnesota West.
Jeff Thomas (Garden City) (6-3, 210) - Thomas used his size and athleticism to haul in seven receptions for 190 yards and a touchdown in Garden City’s 40-35 loss to Dodge City.
Northern California
Easop Winston (CCSF) (6-0, 175)* - Winston was the top target of all of the CCSF wideouts, hauling in 12 receptions for 173 yards and two scores as the Rams eaked out a 25-24 win over Sierra.
Jonathan Lopez (American River) (6-2, 195) - Lopez totaled four receptions for 113 yards, but ARC dropped their game with Modesto by a score of 41-10.
Devin Gray (Sierra) (6-2, 185) - The sophomore managed to grab five receptions for 158 yards and a touchdown in Sierra’s 25-24 loss to CCSF.
Brandon Sampson (Monterey Peninsula) (5-9, 173)*- Sampson posted some impressive numbers in his first collegiate game, hauling in seven receptions for 163 yards and a touchdown in the Lobos’ 49-28 win over Redwoods.
Stephon Cross (Merced) (5-10, 200)*- Cross, who can play running back or receiver, grabbed seven receptions for 130 yards and one touchdown in the Blue Devils’ 44-14 win over Los Medanos.
Frank Stephens (Contra Costa) (5-11, 175) - Stephens posted seven receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown in Contra Costa’s 37-12 win over Cabrillo.
Ronnie Turner (Hartnell) (6-5, 185) - Turner showed off his outstanding receiving skills, posting five receptions for 120 yards and two scores in Hartnell’s 30-25 win over Yuba.
C.J. Cornwell (Diablo Valley) (5-8, 170) - Cornwall was a big reason that DVC got off to a 1-0 start, grabbing seven receptions for 108 yards and three scores in their 45-14 win over Feather River.

Southern California
Brandy Holmes (San Bernardino) (6-0, 180)*- Holmes contributed eight receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown in the Wolverines’ 45-34 win over Santa Barbara.
Stevie Williams (El Camino) (6-1, 170)*- Williams had seven receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown in the Warriors’ 31-23 win over Pasadena.
Zaahid Summerville (Los Angeles Southwest) (6-1, 202) - Summerville totaled seven receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown in L.A.Southwest’s 38-0 shutout of El Camino-Compton.
Dominique Maiden (Riverside) (6-6, 210)*- Maiden is a mismatch with almost any defensive back he goes up against and last weekend, in the Tigers’ 33-14 win over Bakersfield, the freshman totaled seven receptions for 101 yards.
Nick Jones (College of the Canyons) (6-3, 187)*- The freshman had four receptions for 170 yards and a score in the Cougars’ big 30-6 win over Mt. San Antonio.
Vincent Strange (College of the Canyons) (6-2, 205) - Strange had eight receptions for 172 yards and two scores in COC’s 30-6 win over Mt. San Antonio.
Elonzo Griffen (Glendale) (6-0, 180) - Griffen burst onto the scene with six receptions for 202 yards and two touchdowns, with the game winner coming with 57 seconds left on the clock, in the Vaqueros’ 35-31 win over East Los Angeles.
Deondre Dunn (Glendale) (6-0, 170)* - Dunn had seven receptions for 103 yards and two scores in Glendale’s thrilling 35-31 win over East Los Angeles.
Iheanyi Obinna (East Los Angeles) (6-5, 210) - The sophomore had six receptions for 115 yards in the Huskies’ 35-31 loss to Glendale.
Trey Adkins (East Los Angeles) (6-1, 190)*- Adkins hauled in eight receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown, but East Los Angeles still fell to 0-1 on the season with a  35-31 loss to Glendale.
De'Jai Whitaker (Cerritos) (6-5, 190) - Whitaker had seven grabs for 104 yards in the Falcons’ 26-20 win over Saddleback.
Jordan Frost (L.A. Valley) (5-7, 170) - Frost totaled 133 yard and a touchdown on 17 carries, but the Monarchs still dropped their game with San Diego Mesa by a score of 33-27.

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