Coach Penree details the Top OL in Ohio

Posted On: 11/27/20 9:05 PM

We’ve given you the top wide receivers in classifications 3A-6A, and the top wide receivers in the Albuquerque Metro Area and Las Cruces/Southern New Mexico. Now we’ll break down the position by geography continuing with Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico.

Omar Gallardo, West Las Vegas: Who’s the top returning WR in terms of production in Northern New Mexico? Gallardo. Last season he caught 56 passes for 808 yards and four touchdowns, establishing himself as one of the top pass catchers in Class 3A. WLV is overshadowed somewhat by cross-town rival Robertson, but Gallardo will try to make sure the Dons get the upper hand in the spring in one of the state’s most heated rivalries.

Chance CarrilloChanceCarrillo5'3" | WRFarmington | 2022StateNM, Farmington: The top returning wide receiver in the Four Corners. Carrillo is a major cog in a Scorpions offense led by older brother QB Caleb CarrilloCalebCarrillo5'8" | QBFarmington | 2021StateNM, who threw for nearly 3,000 yards and over 30 touchdowns in 2019. The younger Carrillo caught 51 passes for 810 yards and 10 TDs as a sophomore last season. Farmington, though, is seeking redemption after earning a top four seed and losing a quarterfinal playoff home game to Deming.

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