Posted On: 09/22/20 11:00 AM

The next group of players display their athletic skills and abilities in a variety of ways on the playing field.  Their primary position is wide receiver and that is where those skills are highlighted the most.  These are the best wide receivers in the area.


#1.  Jacob GillJacobGill6'0" | WRCardinal Gibbons | 2021StateNC, 6’0” 170 – Cardinal Gibbons HS.  A skilled receiver who makes tough catches under tight coverage.  The Northwestern commit will make an impact early in his first season as a college player upon arriving on campus.


#2.  Jonathan StreeterJonathanStreeter5'11" | ATHPanther Creek | 2021StateNC, 5’11” 180 – Panther Creek HS.  Makes tough catches in traffic and runs precision pass routes.  He returns kick-offs and is solid in that role with sure hands.


#3.  Isaiah Jones, 6’1” 190 – Riverside HS.  Most of his catches are made in traffic.  He outruns defenders in the open field.


   #4.  Brock Biestek, 6’2” 200 – Cardinal Gibbons HS.  Versatile receiver who makes the tough catches in traffic.  Displays break-away speed in the open field.


#5.  Tharius Suggs, 6’3” 180 – Middle Creek HS.  Displays the ability to separate from the defender to make the catch.  He consistently makes tough catches.


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