Orange County's Top 10 WR's 2018

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Orange County's Top 10 WR's 2018

Postby SK80 » Fri Aug 03, 2018 11:20 am

So Danny Albano goes with KYLE FORD over BRU McCOY...... Debate :slapfight: After all a ya'llz Trinity guys beat up each other who is better I'll throw the #3 guy into the mix for more :hitonhead: fun...!

Dan puts just two Juniors on his list....,

Albano on football: Top 15 wide receivers for 2018

Dan Albano’s Top 10 wide receivers to watch in 2018:

1.Kyle Ford, Orange Lutheran, Sr.

The uncommitted senior (6-3, 195) is coming off an impressive junior season and summer. He earned MVP honors at The Opening finals. His numbers last season were scary (91 catches, 1,468 yards), so there’s a chance he collects 100 receptions in 2018. Most Pac-12 schools have offered, along with Michigan among others.

2. Bru McCoy, Mater Dei, Sr.

McCoy, Orange County’s No. 1 athlete, was slowed during the offseason by sports hernia surgery but looked good in his return at the Mission Viejo passing tournament. He replaces Amon-Ra St. Brown as the Monarchs’ top target. He should easily surpass his 2017 totals of 46 catches for 770 yards.

3. John Humphreys, Corona del Mar, Jr.

The rising junior was a force during the spring and summer and appears set to build upon a strong sophomore season. He has been offered by USC among several Pac-12 schools.

4. Tarik Luckett, JSerra, Sr.

The sure-handed Luckett uses his frame well to shield defenders and isn’t afraid of contact. He uncommitted senior looks headed toward a big season.

5. MuNir McClain, JSerra, Sr.

The USC commit is coming off a knee injury late last season and didn’t participate at the Battle at Beach tournament in early July. He is expected to be ready by the season but it could take him a few games to find his stride.

6. Logan Loya, Orange Lutheran, Jr.

The shifty slot receive might be the best route runner in the county. He also has excellent hands, so look for him to continue his rise.

7. Braedin Huffman-Dixon, Mater Dei, Sr.

The Colorado commit progressed during the summer in building chemistry with USC committed quarterback Bryce Young. He was especially effective at the Battle at the Beach tournament. There’s a good chance Huffman-Dixon is the Monarchs’ No. 2 receiver.

8. JoJo Forest, Mission Viejo, Sr.

Forest, who was recently offered by Oregon State, is a two-way standout who appears headed toward a breakout season. He starred at the Battle at the Beach passing tournament.

9. Akili Arnold, Mission Viejo, Sr.

Arnold moves to slot receiver after a huge junior season at running back. Expect his production to continue in the Diablos’ no-huddle, spread attack.

10. Dylan Bonilla, Villa Park, Sr.

The slick, 5-foot-10, 160-pound senior showed outstanding chemistry over the summer with Purdue-bound quarterback Paul Piferi, so get ready for an air show.


11. Kody Epps, Mater Dei, Jr.; 12. JoJo Hawkins, Orange Lutheran, Sr.; 13. Tyler Shimomura, JSerra, Sr.; 14. Deavyn Woullard, Mission Viejo, Sr.; 15. Kalani Washington, La Habra, Sr.

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