JCFootball.com: Top Wide Receivers (Updated)

Navarro WR Marquez Clark

As we head toward the playoffs, some JUCO wideouts are really showing what they can do. 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...

Navarro WR Marquez Clark - Clark established a new school record for single-season receptions when he nabbed six catches against Northeast Oklahoma, three of which went for touchdowns, in Navarro's 47-14 win. For the season the talented wideout now has 62 receptions for 1,040 yards and nine touchdowns.


Cisco WR Cedric Gilbert - The freshman wideout is having a great season for the Wranglers posting 27 catches for 386 yards and six touchdowns.


East Mississippi WR LaColton Bester - The sophomore wideout had a great game as the Lions defeated Mississippi Delta 54-0, hauling in five receptions for 88 yards and a score. This year Bester has been the top target of All-American candidate Bo Wallace, posting 43 receptions for 656 yards and nine touchdowns.


Hinds WR Quantavious Leslie - Leslie is a huge target and in last week's 59-32 win over Pearl River he had three receptions for 181 yards and three touchdowns. For the season, the sure-handed, physical wideout has hauled in 21 receptions for 433 yards and 10 touchdowns.


Jones WR Deuce Coon - Coon, a sophomore, had a big game in Jones' 42-35 win over Southwest Mississippi, racking up six catches for 125 yards and a touchdown. This season he's posted 41 receptions for 506 yards and two touchdowns.


Coffeyville WR Jordon Jenkins - Jenkins has been the top wideout for the Red Ravens this season notching 43 receptions for 554 yards and two touchdowns.


Dodge City WR Logan Stephens - Stephens had a career day last week in Dodge City's playoff-clinching victory over Garden City, hauling in 13 receptions for 258 yards and a touchdown. This year the sophomore has hauled in 58 receptions for 734 yards and four scores.


El Camino WR Jarred Shaw - Shaw has been an explosive player for the Warriors so far this season, posting 29 receptions for 405 yards and five scores.


Long Beach WR Travon Payne - Long Beach has one of the more explosive offenses in the state of California this year with Ryan Craighead at the controls. Payne has been the top deep threat for Craighead so far this season hauling in 40 receptions for 646 yards and seven scores.


West Los Angeles WR Denzel Idris - Idris has been big time for West LA this year, hauling in 40 receptions for 468 yards and four touchdowns.


Santa Barbara WR Pierre Hale - It's been a tough season for Santa Barbara so far, but even with that in mind, Hale has been solid this season grabbing 32 balls for 443 yards and two scores.


College of the Desert WR Jordan Brewer - The freshman has been outstanding for the Roadrunners this season nabbing 24 receptions for 459 yards and four touchdowns to lead the team.


City College of San Francisco WR Roman Runner - Runner is having a fine season, teaming up with QB Turner Baty to post 25 receptions for 408 yards and seven touchdowns.


Foothill WR Travis Reyes - The Owls rely on a conservative gameplan, but Reyes has been their top playmaker outside by far posting 28 receptions for 436 yards and four touchdowns.


American River WR Justin Collins - Collins uses his big frame and strong hands to be a threat for American River down the field and has managed to haul in 29 receptions for a team-leading 439 yards and six touchdowns.


Feather River WR Michael Heyward - The Golden Eagles have two very good wideouts in Heyward and Demitris White. Heyward has been the big-play man this year hauling in 47 receptions for 704 yards and four touchdowns.


College of the Siskyous WR Kyren Watts - The sophomore wideout has been the big-play guy for Siskyous this year hauling in 19 receptions for 423 yards and four touchdowns.

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