Video: Top 10 wide receivers
Ohio State has two players featured .
Up next, we put the spotlight on the nation's top wide receivers.
Six of the players on our Top 10 list are already committed to FBS programs with LSU and Ohio State each having two in the pipeline.
The first of three California receivers is a big-time playmaker doing work for one of the most explosive offenses in the country.
Burton is one of two players committed to LSU and one of the most well-rounded receivers in the game.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound wide receiver is arguably the toughest cover in the country.
The lone receiver featured from the Class of 2021 had over 1,300 yards receiving and 17 touchdowns while leading North Shore to the No. 1 spot in the final Top 25 rankings during his sophomore season.
The 2020 Ohio State commit is one of the leaders on a very talented Crusaders team that will be ranked to start the 2019 season.
Georgia commit will be the next great player from the Florida power.
Future LSU Tiger is one of the most dangerous wide receivers in high school football.
Averaged over 30 yards per reception during his junior season at North Forest (Houston). Committed to Texas A&M.
Last year's Pennsylvania Gatorade Football Player of the Year had 1,500 yards receiving and 22 touchdowns during his junior campaign and is the most polished wide receiver in high school football.