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MSR Top Receivers – 2020 Class


The 2020 Receiver Class in Ohio is not as strong as I would like. Some defensive backs could possibly play a receiver, but for now these are some of my top choices. Some are more of slot type receivers. Jutahn McClain from Fairfield who is listed as an RB will be a slot receiver type.

Prospects listed in random order.

  1. Chris Scott – Pickerington North – 6’1-175. Believe that he has the best hands and catching skills in the class. Climbs to make catches. Solid speed, but needs to be faster. Needs to work on quickness in getting vertical. N/A
  2. Luke Floriea – Mentor – 5’10-170. Fast, but plays faster. Good initial quickness. Has a burst. Excellent ball catcher. Tough after the catch. Really like his ability to take a hit. Makes plays. Size hurts some. Boston College
  3. DeMeer Blankumsee – Cincinnati Winton Woods – 6’0-170. Like his quickness and ability to make plays after the catch. Good hands. Improve burst. Improve separation. Like his toughness. Will block. Makes plays. Toledo
  4. Qian Magwood – Columbus Walnut Ridge – 6’0-175. Excellent after the catch. Gets in and out of routes. Good hands. Fast, but needs to be faster. Size may hurt, but has the toughness. N/A
  5. Tyler Scott – Norton – 5’10-170. Slot receiver. Good speed. Good hands. Better with ball in his hands. Like his vision. Has some wiggle. Some burst. Needs to get bigger/stronger/faster. Like his toughness.  Cincinnati
  6. Miles Fleming – Columbus Hartley – 6’0-175. Plays QB at Hartley. Considered an athlete, but like him as a wide receiver. Getting bigger/stronger/faster. Good burst. Needs reps to improve ball catching skills. Miami
  7. Connor Cmiel – Cleveland St Ignatius – 6’2-175. Makes big plays. Fast. Good burst after the catch. Needs to improve change of direction. Like his toughness.  N/A
  8. Nick Malito – Girard – 6’2-205. More impressed with his sophomore play. Good hands. Catches in a crowd. Deceptive speed. Physical. Needs to improve burst. Toledo
  9. Kahlil Branham – Columbus Northland – 6’1-205. Athletic. Good strong hands. Deceptive speed. Physical receiver. May grow out of a receiver. Would like to see some OLB in high school. Kentucky
  10. Keegan Wilburn – Nelsonville –  5’9-185. Slot type receiver. Height hurts, but he is tough and fast. Some how get the ball in his hands. Soft hands. Gives 2nd and 3rd effort. Ohio University
  11. Larry Stephens – Springfield – 5’11-185. Good ball catcher. Needs to improve route running. Like his toughness. Toledo
  12. Travon Walker – Akron East – 6’1-180. Former running back. Like his strength and speed. Seems to have a little burst after the catch. Could be a slot type receiver. Like his toughness. Central Michigan.
  13. Rico Small – Willoughby South – 6’0-170. Good pass catcher. Good route runner. Needs to get faster. Needs to improve burst. Like his potential. Eastern Michigan.
  14. Jalen Ross – Canton McKinley – 6’3-185. Good ball catcher. Needs to get much faster. Needs to develop a burst. Needs to improve quickness. Like his WR presence. N/A
  15. Charles Rosser – Cleveland Benedictine – 6’3-210. Needs to get bigger/stronger/faster. Excellent hands. Athletic. Catches in a crowd. Should grow into a tight end. N/A
  16. Marvin Davies – Cleveland Orange – 6’2-185. One of the most under-rated football prospects in 2020 Class. 4.6/speed. Athletic. Good hands. Aggressive. Could see him as FS, but like the ball in his hands. Undecided
  17. Mackenzie Wainwright – Lakewood St Edwards – 6’1-185. Really like his combination of size, speed, and athleticism. Always a threat to make the big play. Would be a top 6 receiver, but he is committed to Ohio State to play baseball
  18. Shon Strickland – Reynoldsburg – 6’0-175. Good hands. Good burst. Gets separation. Needs to get bigger/stronger/faster. Like his toughness. Bowling Green
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