Posted On: 02/18/21 2:30 PM

The Midwest has some exceptional receiving talent in the 2022 class. These top eight receivers are athletes that are good route runners, confident in their ability to make the catch, and have the speed and quickness to make vital yards after the reception.

  1. Luther BurdenLutherBurden6'2" | WRCardinal Ritter | 2022IL     6’2” 205     East St. Louis, Illinois

Burden possesses speed and acceleration along with having good size for a receiver. He is versatile enough to play either wideout or a slot receiver. Luther is an elusive runner once he hauls in the reception. Luther can really separate from defensive backs that try to cover him one-on-one. Press corners have no chance of jamming and covering Burden. He can really get up in the air to highpoint the football. Burden is committed to the University of Oklahoma for 2022.

  1. Kevin ColemanKevinColeman5'10" | WRSt Mary's | 2022StateMO     5’11” 170     Louis, Missouri     St. Mary’s

This guy is stick of dynamite for his size. He is nearly impossible to bring down in the openfield. Coleman is shifty in space and can split defenders or completely make them miss. He is especially impressive catching quick and tunnel screens. Kevin’s yards after the reception numbers are

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