Posted On: 02/12/21 3:24 PM

The junior class in the state of New Mexico (2022 graduates) is filled with some talented wide receivers, some of whom should go on and play at the next level. They’ll play this spring and then finish their prep careers in the fall.

Adam AguileraAdamAguilera5'8" | WRLovington | 2022StateNM, Lovington: Along with teammate Isaac HinsonIsaacHinson6'0" | WRLovington | 2022StateNM (see below), Aguilera is one-half of the formidable WR duo in Class 4A, if not the entire state. Aguilera gets the nod for the No. 1 spot team because he averaged almost 20 yards per reception in 2019 (36 receptions for 716 yards).

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 in 2019. Chance caught 51 passes for 810 yards and 10 TDs as a sophomore. Look for big things out of him in the spring and next fall.

Isaac HinsonIsaacHinson6'0" | WRLovington | 2022StateNM, Lovington: Hinson (37 receptions for 521 yards in 2019), along with Aguilera, will put plenty of downfield pressure on opposing secondaries when football finally resumes. Both receivers are a major reason Lovington

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