2017 Recruiting Rankings: Top Wide Receiver Prospects

2017 Recruiting Rankings: Top Wide Receiver Prospects

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2017 Recruiting Rankings: Top Wide Receiver Prospects

2017 Recruiting Rankings: Wide Receivers


Who are the best-looking wide receivers in the 2017 recruiting class? These are the best and brightest in the ranking of the top 40 wide receiver prospects.


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It’s an inexact science, but these should be the top players in the 2017 recruiting class. Here are the best-looking wide receiver prospects with their measurements and where they’re going.

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2017 Recruiting Position Rankings
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | OTs | OGs & Cs
DEs | DTs | LBs | CBs | Safeties | Top 400

Recruiting 2017: Top 75 Wide Receivers

1 Joseph Lewis

6-3, 200 USC

2 Donovan Peoples-Jones

6-3, 190 Michigan

3 Tee Higgins

6-4, 188 Clemson

4 Trevon Grimes

6-4, 230 Ohio State

5 Jerry Jeudy

6-1, 166 Alabama

6 JaCoby Stevens

6-2, 190 LSU

7 DeAngelo Gibbs

6-2, 204 Georgia

8 Tyjon Lindsey

5-9, 180 Nebraska

9 J.K. Dobbins

5-9, 200 Ohio State

10 Jeff Thomas

5-10, 165 Miami

11 D.J. Matthews

5-11, 160 Florida State

12 James Robinson

6-3, 190 Florida

13 Devonta Smith

6-1, 167 Alabama

14 Jhamon Ausbon

6-3, 215 Texas A&M

15 D.D. Bowie

6-1, 185 Ole Miss

16 K’Lavon Chaisson

6-4, 220 LSU

17 Nico Collins

6-5, 195 Michigan

18 Jalen Reagor

6-0, 180 TCU

19 Tyrell Shavers

6-6, 200 Alabama

20 Tarik Black

6-4, 205 Michigan

21 Hezekiah Jones

5-11, 185 Texas A&M

22 Osiris St. Brown

6-2, 175 Stanford

23 Amari Rodgers

5-10, 185 Clemson

24 Damion Miller

6-1, 195 Texas

25 Omar Manning

6-3, 205 TCU

26 OrTre Smith

6-4, 215 South Carolina

27 Jeremiah Holloman

6-2, 195 Georgia

28 Tylan Wallace

5-11, 180 Oklahoma State

29 Lynn Bowden

6-1, 190 Kentucky

30 Tray Bishop

6-3, 185 Georgia

31 Malcolm Askew

5-11, 185 Auburn

32 Daquon Green

6-1, 185 Florida

33 Jaylen Harris

6-5, 205 Ohio State

34 Terrell Bynum

6-1, 185 Washington

35 Paulson Adebo

6-1, 180 Stanford

36 Charleston Rambo

6-1, 175 Oklahoma

37 Henry Ruggs

6-0, 175 Alabama

38 Isaiah Hodgins

6-3, 190 Oregon State

39 CeeDee Lamb

7-2, 170 Oklahoma

40 Danny Davis

6-2, 180 Wisconsin

41 Shi Smith

6-0, 175 South Carolina

42 Jamire Calvin

5-10, 160 Washington State

43 DeeJay Dallas

6-0, 190 Miami

44 JaVonte Richardson

6-4, 205 Kentucky

45 Bryan Thompson

6-3, 185 Utah

46 Mannie Netherly

6-2, 185 LSU

47 Ryan Jones

6-2, 220 Oklahoma

48 Mike Harley

5-10, 155 West Virginia

49 Jordan Murphy

6-1, 165 Tennessee

50 Hunter Rison

6-0, 200 Michigan State

51 Chad Terrell

6-3, 205 North Carolina

52 Alex Cook

6-2, 180 Washington

53 R.J. Sneed

6-2, 180 Baylor

54 Isaiah Robertson

6-2, 185 Notre Dame

55 Rashauud Paul

6-0, 170 Texas A&M

56 Mark Webb

6-2, 200 Georgia

57 Keldrick Carper

6-3, 185 Texas A&M

58 Oliver Martin

6-1, 185 Michigan

59 Trestan Ebner

6-0, 190 Baylor

60 DaRon Davis

6-2, 189 Missouri

61 LC Greenwood

6-3, 200 Oklahoma State

62 Justin Marshall

6-2, 190 Louisville

63 Jaevon McQuitty

6-2, 185 Nebraska

64 Kadarius Toney

6-0, 185 Florida

65 Keyshawn Johnson

6-1, 195 Nebraska

66 Trey Blount

6-2, 190 Georgia

67 Braylon Sanders

6-0, 180 Ole Miss

68 Montrell Estell

6-1, 180 Texas

69 Shawn Smith

5-11, 160 Virginia

70 Noah Igbinoghene

6-0, 190 Auburn

71 Russ Yeast

5-11, 185 Louisville

72 Taariq Johnson

6-2, 215 California

73 Laviska Shenault Jr.

6-1, 205 Colorado

74 Juwan Burgess

6-0, 185 USC

75 Camron Buckley

6-1, 185 Texas A&M

2017 Recruiting Position Rankings
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | OTs | OGs & Cs
DEs | DTs | LBs | CBs | Safeties | Top 400

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