Video: Top 10 wide receivers
Looking at some of the best pass-catchers from the Class of 2021.
The nation's best wide receivers in the rising senior class are coming off the board quickly with half of the Top 10 already committed.
Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Texas A&M have secured pledges from elite pass-catchers in the Class of 2021.
All-state selection after an impressive junior campaign and also made the all-area basketball team. Former Notre Dame pledge is one of the most physical and well-rounded wide receivers in the country.
The 4-star wideout is one of the most dangerous players with the ball in his hands. Recently dropped his top five that includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Oklahoma.
His father was one of the best wide receivers in NFL history and the 2021 Ohio State commit is making quite the name for himself too. He has been a first team selection on both the Sophomore
and Junior All-American
teams the past two seasons.
One of the most explosive players in high school football. The LSU commit helped lead the Bearcats to their ninth state title in school history last season which set a new 11-man Texas record. He accounted for over 2,000 total yards and 26 scores.
Averaged over 24 yards per reception for the No. 1 team in the country last season. The Clemson commit had over 1,000 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns, earning first team Junior All-American
The complete package at wide receiver. Excellent route runner with great hands, excellent speed and toughness. Earlier in April he released a top six and it includes Alabama, Arizona State, LSU, Oregon, USC and Washington.
Helped lead the Tornadoes to their first state title since 2015 last season and was a first team Junior All-American
. The 5-star receiver had 98 receptions for nearly 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns.
The Texas A&M commit missed the majority of his junior season but showed how dangerous he is in the open field as a sophomore. He hauled in 60 receptions for 1,300 yards and 17 scores for the No. 1 team in 2018.
The third and final wide receiver featured from the Sunshine State just committed to Alabama. Expect a huge senior season for the 4-star playmaker.
Named the National Junior of the Year
after accounting for over 2,200 total yards and 35 touchdowns. The 5-star wideout also had eight interceptions on defense and helped lead the Sentinels to their first state championship game appearance in school history.