Posted On: 07/27/20 7:02 PM

With offenses throwing the ball more and more across the peach state, new wide receivers are emerging week by week. With Georgia becoming the new "QB factory" of late, it’s easy to see why so many receivers have started to make a name for themselves. While many are emerging, some are still on the cusp of breaking out. Here are a few guys who are likely to have big seasons in 2020.

 

Logan JohnsonLoganJohnson5'6" | WRPrince Avenue Christian School | 2021StateGA - Prince Avenue Christian - Class of 2021

Size isn’t everything, and upcoming senior Logan JohnsonLoganJohnson5'6" | WRPrince Avenue Christian School | 2021StateGA is a prime example of that. One of the state’s leading receivers, Johnson caught 62 passes last year for 1,621 yards and 18 touchdowns. He’s a monster on the football field, but many schools won’t give him a chance at the next level due to his 5-foot-8 170-pound frame. His agility, reliable hands, shiftiness, and ability to create separation alone should have earned him multiple offers by now. He’s excellent in the return game, and has 5-star QB Brock VandagriffBrockVandagriff6'3" | QBPrince Avenue Christian School | 2021StateGA throwing the ball to him again in 2020. While many know his name already, college programs need to wake up and give him

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