Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

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Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby HighSchoolGuru » Wed May 22, 2019 2:20 pm

Cole Batson, San Clemente
Joey Hobert, San Juan Hills
John Humphreys, CDM
Chase Nenad, SM
Justin Schafer, Tesoro



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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby hit the lights » Thu May 23, 2019 6:15 am

I'll go with Joey oh my God Hoebert. That kid is a baller! San Juan Hills. How is he not at Jserra or MV? Im sure his Dad knows best. :rockon:

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby aberamsey » Thu May 23, 2019 8:45 am

Hobert was at JSerra as a freshman but left. Ask Hartigan.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby watchersince68 » Thu May 23, 2019 9:48 am

Golly gee I guess poor Bryce is going to be passing to tackling dummies this year. Yards after catch will be limited.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby dont be that guy » Thu May 23, 2019 11:09 am

I'm sure they'd list the MD WR's but who knows who will be there by the time the season starts. They could have 3 brand new guys.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby KuppRunneth » Thu May 23, 2019 11:58 am

Hobert is a stud. Became a fan of his at one of the camps back in Feb. The kid can play.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby Publicworx » Thu May 23, 2019 12:19 pm

I like that Cain Savage kid from Western. Really good speed and quickness, will be a good pick up for a college.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby Sweetness34 » Thu May 23, 2019 12:26 pm

This list is a combo based on production and what's to come..

1. John Humphreys, CDM
2. Joey Hobert, San Juan Hills
3. Clark Phillips, La Habra
4. Chase Nenad, Santa Margarita
5. Kody Epps, MD
6. CJ Williams, MD
7. Caine Savage, Western
8. Mavin Anderson, MV
9. T-mac McMillian, Servite
10. Christian Dixon, MD

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby aberamsey » Thu May 23, 2019 3:07 pm

Look for Ernest McDaniel to have a big year for JSerra, with Keyan Burnett also making a statement.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby Newps » Thu May 23, 2019 4:06 pm

Simon Hall and Bradley Schlom of Cdm are up there. They are going to have huge seasons. Lots of weapons for Garbers.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby SK80 » Thu May 23, 2019 4:54 pm

Welcome first time poster HS Guru :thumbsup:

With the graduation of one of the deepest receiving class corps in memory, Kyle Ford (USC), Bru McCoy (Texas), T. Luckett (Colorado), Munir McClain (USC), JoJo Forest (Oregon State) the next Jr's up that had big seasons in Orange County last year are John Humphreys CDM (Stanford commit) and Cain Savage (ASU recent offer). These two have set county and CIF-SS record books ablaze!

To be honest your list of 5 WR's contains some somewhat familiar names and some I just don't know. Joey Hobert I do know and is getting some good work in this off-season for the recruits. He is now a 3-star on 247sports. Chase Nenad of SM looks good on recent film, will be interesting how he does on a somewhat suspect SM Football squad at the moment. Batson of SC and Shafer of Tesoro I do not know. Batson is listed everywhere as a safety, I will assume he has the makings of a two-way player.

Epps and William have BIG shoes to fill but then again they got the arm of Bryce Young. I have no doubt both guys are outstanding players, you just don't by accident end up a starter at MD!

@Sweetness, I like your list of players at the position. HTL can confirm but yes the gifted athlete that is CP3-OC can do almost anything on the field. With a good arm of the Zanelli kid expect some big plays resulting in big numbers for the senior.

@Newps, Bradley Schlom was atop 10 OC receiver last year and I expect more of the same. A true slot receiver aka Julian Edelman. If it were not for the top national guys in Humphrys and Redman at CDM he would have ridiculous numbers. Simon Hall a big Lacrosse recruit is another 6'4" beast on the field. Will be interesting if football scouts start throwing offer this way, not sure yet if he is accepting anything outside of Lacrosse.

Unless there is some seismic shift (recruit/transfer earthquake), John Humphrys is without a doubt the best WR in OC. I like Epps and I like Hobert but these two are 5'10, 5'11 160-70 guys. Humphrys comes in now at 6'5" 215-20 and is repeatedly outplaying all covers at every major camp and open, he is listed as the #15 WR in the country by 247 sports and #28 by Rivals.

This is NATIONAL not OC =D>

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby TomDrake » Thu May 23, 2019 5:26 pm

The other kid from La Habra too, Koontz.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby hit the lights » Fri May 24, 2019 5:55 am

Public worx-
Not so sure about the western kid? Yes , he is fast, but really hasnt been tested.
There are alot of fast guys out there, and alot of big fast guys, playing vs tough opponents.
With his size, he better be desean Jackson fast, and i dont see that. He nice though.
There is upside. Its kind of like running up the stats vs little sisters of the poor,? respect?

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby hit the lights » Fri May 24, 2019 6:04 am

Tom-
I see you! Koontz, also undersized, but boy can that kid fly! Plays vs top talent and with Phillips opposite side, i see a HUGE year for Koontz. This is what cracks me up, Savage has the stats vs lower competition, gets offered by ASU and Koontz doesnt get a sniff, only sniffin griffin Q! Where is the love at? Boy is LH players underated. Playing with a chip, look out!!

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby SK80 » Fri May 24, 2019 6:20 am

hit the lights wrote:Source of the post With his size, he better be desean Jackson fast, and i dont see that.


Savage (and his brother Cassius) if you watch track & field have some of the top times in the 200 meters (.21's) and 400 meters (.48's) as juniors. They both will be among the best in CIF-SS next season.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby ElmerFudd » Fri May 24, 2019 8:04 am

1. Joey Hobert SJH
2. John Humphreys CDM
3. T-Mac McMillian Servite
4. Ernest McDaniel JSerra
5. Chase Nenad SM

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby hit the lights » Sat May 25, 2019 7:00 am

Who cares about the 200, and 400. Maybe they run the mile fast too?
Its about the 40 and the 100. Change of direction , hands, blocking, not taking plays off, the complete receiver.
I must say Earnst Mc Daniel at JSERRA is a excellent route runner, on another level. Then you have Zamajay Duncan,
possibly the next Adoree Jackson.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby SK80 » Sat May 25, 2019 7:20 am

"Who cares about the 200, and 400. Maybe they run the mile fast too?"

No they run the 100 and 40 fast too. Thank you for the education on what it takes to be a receiver.

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby hit the lights » Sat May 25, 2019 7:29 am

No worries, it seemed like you lacked knowledge when you started busting out their long distant times.
A football field is 100 yards man, with 10 yards for every 1stdown. Alot of track guys cant make the transition.
I mean Hicham El Guerrouj ran 3:43,13 mile time, she would probably tear it up at receiver.
Looks like we might get the CDM vs LH MATCHUP weve all been waiting for.? :mex:

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Re: Top 5 Wide Receivers in South Orange County

Postby SK80 » Sat May 25, 2019 7:40 am

LoL at 200 meters "long distance" :lol:

"A football field is 100 yards man, with 10 yards for every 1stdown." This is a surprising statement coming from you. So does everyone get this now!

Alot of track guys cant make the transition. Way to back up your point with ALOT. We are talking about one student athlete. Obviously Arizona State a NCAA D1 school doesn't buy your logic.

Yes we may depending on sides of the bracket come playoffs. Has La Habra posted its schedule yet?

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