Posted On: 09/17/20 11:17 AM

The Iowa High School season is underway and a majority of teams are three weeks in, whereas some teams have had to take a week or two off because of COVID-19 concerns. I am taking a look at the statistics provided by and watched film on the highest producing underclassman signal callers, running backs, and receivers and broken them down. Here are the pass catcher’s that have impressed so far this season:


Sophomore WR, Aidan Hall, Harlan High School - 6’2, 190 lbs.

Stat line: 10 receptions, 346 receiving yards, 4 receiving TD’s, 34.6 yards per catch

Breakdown: Another highlighted sophomore on the Harlan offense is Aidan Hall who has big play ability. Exemplified by his 34.6 yards per catch, Hall is able to get behind defenses with his speed and physicality. Hall is a playmaker when the ball is in the air and has the ability to make a play on the ball. Hall is a nice wide receiver who has the physical build to be a good receiver going forward, and the physical attributes (speed, strength, etc.) to have continued success moving forward over the next 3 years of high school career.

Junior WR, Caeden da Silva,

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