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Posted On: 10/15/20 9:32 AM

New Jersey high school football is in full swing and this jam-packed 2020 season should be as competitive as ever. Already into week two of this season, consisting of just six games, the games are the same as we’ve come to know over the years.

There have already been many standout stars throughout the state, especially in the West Jersey Football League, a superconference containing 95 football programs across six different athletic conferences split into 16 divisions.

Through two weeks, here’s a list of junior wide receivers to watch, starting in the American Division.

Calem Bowman, Millville: Bowman is tied for the second-most receptions on the team this season and has the third-most receiving yards for Millville. He’s a reliable target with good hands and he runs routes very well. A very good asset for him is his ability to stop on a dime after the catch, someone who can get to passes and earns a lot of yards after the catch. Bowman shows the ability to be a deep threat as a long, lanky receiver who can burn past defenders.

Tiyon Cephas, Millville: The Thunderbolts have a great junior wide receiver core developing, with Cephas in the middle of

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