Posted On: 01/7/21 11:00 AM

The updated 2021 rankings are out now and many players have made jumps from their previous ranking or are new faces to the list. Let’s take a look at which senior wide receivers climbed up the rankings this season.

Muhammed JammehMuhammedJammeh6'2" | WRRenaissance | 2021StateMI | 6’2", 185 | Renaissance

Jammeh made the biggest jump of any receiver on this list going from unranked to the 16th ranked receiver in the state. He has good size, hands and track star speed that helps him consistently make big plays. He recently committed to playing his college ball at Northern Illinois where he could play receiver or defensive back.

Ryan CorneliusRyanCornelius6'0" | WRWalled Lake Northern | 2021StateMI | 6’0", 190 | Walled Lake Northern

Cornelius is the star player for Walled Lake Northern and is another receiver that climbed our rankings with a strong senior year. He isn't a speedster, but he shows really good elusiveness after the catch and strong hands in traffic. He is a part of a very strong receiver class for Saginaw Valley State.

Finn HoganFinnHogan6'4" | WRGlen Lake | 2021StateMI | 6’4", 195 | Glen Lake

Hogan is one of the more underrated receivers in the state. He is a bigger receiver with the hands and

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