NorCal Top Wide Receivers

NorCal Top Class of 2019 Positional Rankings: Winter Evaluation

Battle Prep West is presenting the Top NorCal Class of 2019 players from each positional group for our 3rd year in a row.  Northern California has proven time and time again to be a hotbed of talent and I am continuing with my original goal which was to help showcase the talent from this region to colleges from all over the country at every level.
  • North Coast Section (925, 510, 415, 707), Sac-Joaquin Section(916, 209), Central Coast Section (650, 408, 831), Northern SectionOakland and San Francisco Sections are represented here
  • Criteria Used for Rankings:  Film, Collegiate Projection, Athleticism, Stats, Production against Competition Level, Current Offers
  • Rankings are constantly being updated; There will be a Spring Evaluation Period (Combines, Offers) and Summer BattlePrepWest.com 2019 Hot 100 Final Positional Rankings (June 2018)
  • The region is extremely large and sometimes we miss; if you feel like you are worthy of being ranked, please fill out this form HERE
  • Top NorCal Class of 2020 and 2021 are coming soon!
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NorCal Top WR 2019

Joe Ngata (Folsom) 6-3, 205

Offers: Penn State, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, California, Washington, more...
81 Rec, 1777 Yards, 28 Total TD

  • One of the nations best at WR
  • Statistically dominant Junior year on an undefeated team
  • Complete WR - Size, Speed, Hands, Routes, Run After Catch, Blocking
Gaudie Campbell (Antioch) 6-2, 170

Offers: BYU, Eastern Washington
800+ Total Yards, 11 Total TD

  • Speedster that gets open deep often
  • Excellent hands and tracking ability
  • Smooth route runner
Blake Thorpe (Las Lomas) 6-3, 220

Offers: Oregon State, San Jose State, UC Davis
67 Rec, 955 Yards, 12 TD

  • Big, strong and fast
  • Excellent deep threat
  • Sure hands - tough to tackle after catch
B.J. Johnson (Montgomery) 6-3, 190

Offers: Sacramento State, Nevada
900+ Total Yards, 9 Total TD, 68 Tackles, 5 TFL

  • Athletic, rangy wideout with good burst after catch
  • Quality route runner
  • Playmaker with excellent top end speed
Merle Bass (Lincoln) 6-0, 190

77 Rec, 1188 Yards, 12 TD

  • Can work in slot and outside - understands how to get open
  • Great hands and ability to make catches in traffic
  • Deceptive speed and break tackle ability
Mekel Ealy (Freedom) 6-3, 180

Offers: UTEP
24 Rec, 441 Yards, 5 TD, 2 Int

  • Tall and fast WR with tons of potential
  • Scary top end speed
  • Will be a top target for Freedom next season
Malikhi Miller (El Cerrito) 6-4, 185

Offers: San Jose State

  • Extremely long and rangy outside receiving threat
  • Tracks down the ball well - high point
  • Can put on weight and speed at the next level
Jason Scirigione (Christopher) 6-2, 200

62 Rec, 760 Yards, 15 TD

  • Unstoppable red zone target
  • D1 Size and Strength- Smooth Athlete
  • Hard to tackle after the catch
Andrew Hem (McNair) 5-9, 155

Offers: San Jose State **
**77 Rec, 1350 Yards, 18 Total TD

  • Slippery slot WR with fun film to watch
  • Extremely productive junior season
  • Can beat any type of coverage - smart player
Kayden Hoal (Davis) 6-5, 200

28 Rec, 520 Yards, 9 TD

  • Massive target in the receiving game
  • Versatile athlete (WR, TE, DE, OLB)
  • Good hands and sharp routes
Marcello Longstreth (Gregori) 6-0, 175

1700+ Total Yards, 4 Int, 38 Tackles, 10 Total TD

  • Playmaker - was all over the field as a junior
  • Can play WR/DB at the next level
  • Smooth athleticism
Joseph Vaughn (Archbishop Mitty) 6-3, 190

30 Rec, 508 Yards, 7 TD, 62 Tackles

  • Explosive athlete, can play both sides of the ball
  • Tons of potential with size and speed combination
  • Legit deep threat on offense
Lucas Allen (Campolindo) 6-2, 197

768 Total Yards, 9 Total TD

  • Great routes and hands
  • Smart football player, understands how to get open
  • Good size and potential
Jake Woods (Cardinal Newman) 6-4, 190

14 Rec, 226 Yards, 2 Int, 27 Tackles

  • Big target, good overall athlete
  • Tracks the deep ball well
  • Solid hands and routes
Chaz Davis (Bear Creek) 6-3, 180

43 Rec, 880 Yards, 11 Total TD

  • Averaged over 20 YPC - Big plays
  • Good top end speed and routes
  • Can play WR, DB or return at next level
Anderson Grover (Downey) 6-0, 175

53 Rec, 806 Yards, 6 TD

  • Elusive slot WR with good hands
  • Finds the holes in the zone defense
  • Solid receiving threat and willing blocker
Chris Talivaa (Ygnacio Valley) 6-2, 200
  • Big target with good hands
  • Runs well
  • Could also play TE at next level
Alvin Banks (Cordova)

2000+ Total Yards, 8 Int, 18 Total TD

  • Extremely versatile playmaker
  • Statistically eye popping junior season
  • Good speed
Jayden Jackson (Berean Christian) 5-11,150

617 Total Yards, 7 Total TD

  • Good hands
  • Makes a lot of tough redzone catches
  • Solid possession slot WR