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JCFootball.com - Top WR Performances
Tyler WR Jeremy Chappelle - In Tyler's 52-35 loss to Navarro, Chappelle had 11 receptions for 129 yards and one touchdown. Chappelle leads the SWJCFC with 43 receptions for 605 yards and six touchdowns in six games so far this season.
Southwest Mississippi WR Korey Jones - The talented freshman had a great game hauling in five receptions for 182 yards and a touchdown, but the Bears still lost to Hinds 38-14. In four games this season, Jones has hauled in 17 receptions for 397 yards and four touchdowns.
East Mississippi WR Billy Shed - The sophomore wideout had a big game in the Lions' 35-0 win over Holmes, hauling in eight receptions for 130 yards. In six games this season, Shed ranks second on the team in receptions with 26, yards (332) and touchdowns (four).
Hinds WR Quantavius Leslie - The LSU commit was huge in Hinds' 38-14 win over Southwest Mississippi hauling in 8 receptions for 152 yards and one touchdown. In six games so far this season, Leslie has 20 receptions for 453 yards and five touchdowns.
Hutchinson WR Jatavious Stewart - Stewart is being heavily recruited for his playmaking abilities and has been outstanding so far this season ranking second on the Blue Dragons with 35 receptions for 567 yards and leading the team with eight touchdowns. In last week's 66-7 win over Air Force Prep, the talented sophomore hauled in 6 receptions for 144 yards and three touchdowns.
Arizona Western WR Markeith Ambles - The former USC player has abused defenses so far this season, hauling in 23 receptions for 494 yards and five touchdowns in just four games.
Louisburg WR Demarques Martin - Martin leads the Northeast Football Conference in receptions (23) and yards (543) and is second in touchdowns with three.
Cerritos WR Robert Abeyta - Abeyta caught seven passes for 132 yards and a touchdown as the Falcons defeated Palomar 35-20. In five games, the sophomore wideout has hauled in 22 receptions for 436 yardsand six touchdowns.
Citrus WR Isaiah Kepley - Citrus is off to a 4-1 record and Kepley has been a key component in almost all of their wins. Last week, in their 54-21 win over Chaffey, the sophomore posted three receptions for 59 yards and two touchdowns, while also kicking a 24-yard field goal and hitting all seven extra points. In five games so far this season, Kepley has posted 19 receptions for 257 yards and four touchdowns.
College of the Desert WR Vanzell Richardson - In Desert's 52-50 win over Orange Coast, Richardson's contributions were crucial. He hauled in just four receptions, but they went for 137 yrds and two scores.
Riverside WR Kenny Torrance - The talented freshman had five recepetions for 152 yards and two touchdowns in Riverside's 45-28 win over Fullerton.
Orange Coast WR Tyler Duncan - The Pirates lost by a score of 52-50 to College of the Desert last week and Duncan was a big reason they kept it close as he hauled in six receptions for 163 yards and one touchdown while also hauling in two two-point conversions. In six games so far this season, Duncan has leads the team in receptions (21) and yards (379) and is second in touchdowns with three.
Orange Coast WR Buzzy Yokoyama - Like his teammate, Yokoyama's efforts helped keep OCC in the game last week as he hauled in 5 receptions for 147 yards and two scores.
Fullerton WR Eli Pleasant - While the Hornets were blown out by Riverside, Pleasant, a freshman, was a big contributor for them, hauling in 4 receptions for 104 yards and two scores.
Grossmont WR Nickolas Kurtz - Grossmont lost to Mt. San Antonio 52-28, but the talented freshman still had a huge game, hauling in five receptions for 124 yards and two touchdowns. So far this season, Kurtz leads the Griffs in receptions (32), yards (431) and touchdowns (eight).
Diablo Valley WR Diante Jackson - Jackson had a great game last week in DVC's 47-3 win over Monterey grabbing six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown. On the season, Jackson has 48 receptions for 647 yards and eight scores.
Feather River WR Dylan Young - In his team's big 33-25 win over Yuba last weekend, Young was a big factor, hauling in five receptions for 104 yarsd and one touchdown, a 70-yarder with a little over seven minutes left in the game, which proved to be the game-winner. The gifted sophomore has been a real asset for the 3-3 Eagles so far this season, leading the team with 37 receptions for 536 yards and four touchdowns.
L.A. Pierce WR Jaelen Strong - Strong had a huge game for the Brahmas last week in their 41-31 win over Moorpark, hauling in seven receptions for 225 yards and three scores. The uber-talented freshman greyshirted in 2011 and so far this year he's been a real menace for opposing secondaries hauling in a team-leading 25 receptions for 630 yards and eight touchdowns.
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