Posted On: 09/10/20 9:37 PM

There are so many quality receivers at the Class 6A level in New Mexico that it’s challenging to name just five, but here we go:

Cleveland’s 3-Headed Monster At WR: How much offensive talent does the Storm possess? Not only does Cleveland have a three-headed monster at running back, they have one at wide receiver as well. Tre WatsonTreWatson6'5" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM is already committed to Fresno State while Luke WysongLukeWysong5'10" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM, described by head coach Heath Ridenour as the fastest player on the team, will play major college football at New Mexico. Trevon DennardTrevonDennard6'3" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM, who will also play somewhere at the next level, is another strong option.

Brad ThomasBradThomas6'2" | WRLa Cueva | 2021StateNM, La Cueva: Thomas finally enters a season as WR1 for the Bears. Last season, Connor O’Toole, who signed with Utah, was the top target but he only played in seven games before being injured. Thomas went on to lead La Cueva with 70 receptions for 1,235 yards, third highest in the state, and 13 touchdowns. His reception total is highest among returning receivers in the state by a wide margin.

Isaac GutierrezIsaacGutierrez5'10" | WRCentennial | 2021StateNM, Centennial: Who is the best receiver in Las Cruces? Just like Thomas,

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