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(UPDATED 11/6/12) 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...

Coffeyville WR Dominique Reed - Reed had a huge game for the Red Ravens, hauling in 13 receptions for 184 yards and two scores, but Coffeyville still lost to Hutchinson by a score of 52-28. The freshman wideout has posted solid numbers this season -- 47 receptions for 818 yards and 10 touchdowns.


Hutchinson WR Miguel Johns - Not to be outdone by Reed, Johns was equally effective for the Blue Dragons in their 52-28 win over Coffeyville last week hauling in five receptions for 126 yards and two scores. For the season, Johns has hauled in 50 receptions for 808 yards and eight scores.


Arkansas Baptist WR Tyrone Carter - The talented freshman has quietly had a very good season for the 1-8 Buffaloes, hauling in 44 receptions for 718 yards and nine scores. This past weekend, in a 51-32 loss the Fort Scott, Carter hauled in four receptions for 169 yards and three scores.


Copiah-Lincoln WR Joe Craig - Craig was instrumental in Co-Lin's 47-46 win over East Mississippi last weekend, hauling in three receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown. This season the sophomore has totaled 42 receptions for 511 yards and five scores.


East Mississippi WR Nick Brassell - The Mississippi bounceback had a huge game last week in the Lions' 47-46 loss to Copiah-Lincoln, hauling in 12 receptions for 191 yards and one touchdown.


East Mississippi WR Martay Mattox - Mattox hauled in eight receptions for 108 yards in EMCC's 47-46 loss to Copiah-Lincoln.


Tyler WR Tracy Smith - Smith hauled in eight receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns, but Tyler dropped a heart-breaker to Northeast Oklahoma 37-35. Smith, a sophomore, has totaled 51 receptions to go along with a team-best 910 yards receiving and eight touchdowns.


Tyler WR Jeremy Chappelle - Not to be outdone by his teammate, Chappelle brought in nine receptions for 110 yards and two scores. Chappelle, also a sophomore, has logged a team-leading 60 receptions for 801 yards receiving and a team-leading nine touchdowns as well.


Iowa Western WR Deon Long - Long has been practically unstoppable all season for the Reivers and this past weekend he hauled in seven receptions for 107 yards and three touchdowns to help Iowa Western to a 65-0 win over North Dakota State College of Science. For the season, Long has hauled in 84 receptions for 1,468 yards and 24 touchdowns.


Arizona Western WR Shaquan Currenton - The Matadors got back to their winning ways last week with a 59-30 win over New Mexico Military Institute and Currenton, a redshirt freshman, was a big reason why, hauling in six receptions for 152 yards.


Dean WR Rodney Whitehead - The sophomore team captain hauled in four receptions for 129 yards and one touchdown. Whitehead has had a solid 2012 football season, hauling in 23 receptions for 492 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 278 yards and three more scores.


San Joaquin Delta WR Joshua Corbid - In the Mustangs' 45-38 loss to Sierra, the sophomore wideout had a solid game, hauling in eight receptions for 113 yards.


College of the Sequoias WR Barell Pierce - Pierce, a freshman, has shown a nose for the endzone this season, scoring five touchdowns on eight receptions for 174 yards including his two reception, 117-yard, two-touchdown effort in COS's 31-27 loss to American River last weekend.


American River WR Diondre Batson - In ARC's 31-27 win over College of the Sequoias last Saturday, Batson hauled in seven receptions for 139 yards and a score. This season, the sophomore wideout has 15 receptions for 412 yards and four touchdowns.


Fresno WR Deon Hicks - The Rams got a 52-42 win over Modesto last week and Hicks, a sophomore, was a big contributor, hauling in four receptions for 100 yards and a score.


Modesto WR Bryan Morris - The freshman was outstanding for the Pirates in their 52-42 loss to Fresno, hauling in six receptions for 160 yards and two scores. In nine games, Morris has racked up 38 receptions for 646 yards and seven touchdowns.


Modesto WR/RB Ricky Fuentes - The multi-talented freshman posted nine receptions for 122 yards and a touchdown while also rushing for 50 yards, but the Pirates still dropped their game against Fresno by a score of 52-42. Fuentes has carried the ball 33 times for 266 yards and two touchdowns while hauling in 43 receptions for 591 yards and two more scores.


DeAnza WR Rodney McKenzie - The huge freshman had a big game last week in the Dons' 46-43 win over College of San Mateo hauling in seven receptions for 154 yards and a touchdown. In nine games this season, McKenzie has nabbed 37 receptions for 727 yarsd and eight scores.


Santa Rosa WR Jordan Bergstrom - Bergstrom scored the only touchdown for Santa Rosa in the Bear Cubs' 35-7 loss to City College of San Francisco whil hauling in nine receptions for 109 yards.


Reedley WR Will Hanford - So far this season, the freshman has posted 49 receptions for 591 yards and six scores. This past weekend, Hanford hauled in 11 receptions for 115 yards, but Reedley still dropped their game with Laney by a score of 37-20.


Laney WR Aaron George - The sophomore had a big game for the Eagles, hauling in six receptions for 126 yards and a touchdown in Laney's 37-20 win over Reedley. George has 40 recetpions for 548 yards and six touchdowns on the season.


Los Medanos WR Terrance Polk - Los Medanos got a 42-37 win over Yuba last week and Polk was a big reason why, hauling in seven receptions for 140 yards and three touchdowns. The sophomore wideout has put up some big numbers so far this season -- 44 receptions for 1,007 yards and 13 -- for the 6-3 Mustangs.


Mendocino WR Aaron Dhuyvetter - The sophomore posted nine receptions for 194 yards and two touchdowns in Mendocino's 44-30 win over Shasta last weekend. This season, Dhuyvetter has 57 receptions for 1,286 yards and 12 touchdowns.


Shasta WR Rashan Williams - Williams hauled in six receptions for 102 yards and two scores, but Shasta still lost to Mendocino by a score of 44-30. The sophomore leads the Knights with 55 receptions for 817 yards and eight scores.


College of the Canyons WR Tim White - White racked up six receptions for 103 yards and two touchdowns in COC's 38-36 win over Cerritos last weekend. The talented freshman leads the Cougars in receptions (38), yards (682) and receiving touchdowns (seven).


Saddleback WR Eric Lauderdale - Lauderdale put up huge numbers last week for the Gauchos in their 66-42 win over Grossmont, hauling in 10 receptions for 218 yards and three touchdowns. In nine games, the freshman wideout has 50 receptions for 736 yards and six scores.


Santa Ana WR Josh Webb - Webb has had an outstanding season and last week he was a big contributor in the Dons' 34-31 win over Palomar hauling in five receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown. This season, the sophomore has grabbed 40 receptions for 805 yards and 13 touchdowns.


Long Beach WR Taj Davis - Davis hauled in four receptions for 132 yards and a score, but Long Beach still dropped their game with Citrus by a score of 43-24.


L.A. Pierce WR Jaelen Strong - Strong, along with two of his teammateas, had a big day catching the ball for the Brahmas last weekend, hauling in 11 receptions for 148 yards and two touchdowns in Pierce's 50-47 loss to Santa Monica. Strong who has been a hot commodity with FBS programs since the spring, leads his team with 56 receptions for 1,148 yards and 15 touchdowns.


L.A. Pierce WR Adam Schechter - The sophomore put up big numbers in Pierce's 50-47 loss to Santa Monica, hauling in 11 receptions for 122 yards and two scores.


L.A. Pierce WR Tyrin Stone-Davis - The freshman add five receptions for 120 yards and a score in Pierce's 50-47 loss to Santa Monica last weekend. Stone-Davis has been a solid contributor all season for the Brahmas this season hauling in 18 receptions for 375 yards and four touchdowns.


Santa Monica WR Ralph Gordon II - The Corsairs got a 50-47 win over L.A. Pierce this past weeekend and Gordon, a sophomore, was a big reason why, hauling in four receptions for 117 and three touchdowns.


Santa Monica WR Reggie Mitchell - Mitchell was another big contributor in Santa Monica's 50-47 win over L.A. Pierce last Saturday, hauling in six receptions for 116 yards on the day.


Chaffey WR Alex Jefferies - The Fresno State bounceback has hauled in a team-leading 35 reception for 864 yards and 11 touchdowns and had four receptions for 120 yards in Chaffey's 14-10 loss to San Diego Mesa.


Mt. San Jacinto WR Dalton Hunkle - The sophomore wideout hauled in seven receptions for 174 yards and two scores in the Eagles' 37-27 win over Santa Barbara. Hunkle leads Mt. San Jacinto in receptions (59), yards (962) and touchdowns (eight) this season.


Southwestern WR Vernon Johnson - Johnson continues to be a huge reason the Jags have been one of the surprises of the year, hauling in eight receptions for 116 yards in Southwestern's 56-21 win over Victor Valley. The sophomore has been nearly unstoppable this season, posting 43 receptions for 961 yards and 13 scores.


Snow WR Damond Powell - Powell put up ridiculous numbers last week in Snow's 45-0 win over Phoenix, hauling in six receptions for 235 yards and a score. For the season, Powell has been one of the most explosive playmakers in the country racking up 37 receptions for 1,044 yards and 13 touchdowns.


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