The 2020 Arkansas high school football season has arrived.
To kick off the season, SBLive is previewing the top players at every position. Here’s an inside look at the Top 30 wide receivers in Arkansas high school football. The list is in alphabetical order.
TOP 30 WIDE RECEIVERS IN ARKANSAS
Dewayne Ashford – Jr. – Crossett
Ashford caught 34 passes for 897 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore.
Dakota Beavers – Jr. – Westside (Coal Hill)
Beavers caught 48 passes for 715 yards and seven touchdowns a year ago.
Bryce Bohanon – Sr. – Conway
Bohanon hauled in 52 passes for 746 yards and five TDs last season.
Brady Burnett – Sr. – Russellville
Burnett made 60 catches for 536 yards and seven touchdowns last year.
Caden Brown – Sr. – Greenwood
Brown had 68 catches for 613 yards and nine scores in 2019.
Peyton Carter – Sr. – Greenwood
Carter hauled in 49 passes for 649 yards and five scores last season.
Trenton Casto – Sr. – Atkins
Castro caught 44 passes for 722 yards and nine TDs last season.
Quincy Clemons – Sr. – Morrilton
Clemons caught 33 passes for 558 yards and six touchdowns last year.
Marlon Crockett – Sr. – Cabot
Crockett, an Arkansas State commit, hauled in 65 catches for 1,080 yards and 13 touchdowns last season.
Chase Cross – Jr. – Lakeside (Hot Springs)
As a sophomore, Cross caught 34 passes for 609 yards and 10 scores.
Jaishon Davis – Jr. – Arkadelphia
Davis caught 10 passes for 187 yards and five touchdowns last year. He holds an offer from Kansas and is primed for a big junior season.
Cody Drummond – Sr. – Elkins
Drummond caught 39 balls for 761 yards and nine touchdowns last season.
Stephen Dyson – Sr. – Bentonville West
Dyson caught 46 passes for 601 yards and three TDs last season.
Ty Dugger – Sr. – Harding Academy (Searcy)
Dugger led all underclassmen with 93 receptions and 1,506 yards in 2019. He also caught 22 touchdowns last season for the 3A state champion Wildcats.
CJ Fox – Jr. – Centerpoint (Amity)
Fox caught 43 balls for 751 yards and nine touchdowns last season.
Caden Fuller – Sr. – Waldron
Fuller caught 48 passes for 697 yards and five TDs last season.
Kanon Garrett – Sr. – Fouke
Garrett hauled in 49 passes for 818 yards and seven touchdowns a year ago. He also plays basketball.
Quincey McAdoo – Jr. – Clarendon
McAdoo has 14 scholarship offers, per 247Sports.com.
C.J. Palmer – Sr. – Pocahontas
Palmer made 40 receptions for 828 yards and 11 TDs last season.
Kam Robinson – Sr. – White Hall
Robinson hauled in 28 passes for 501 yards and eight TDs a year ago.
Isaiah Sategna – Jr. – Fayetteville
Sategna is the highest rated 2022 recruit in Arkansas, per 247 Sports. He made 31 catches for 539 yards and a score as a sophomore.
Hayden Schrader – Sr. – Bryant
Schrader made 55 catches for 837 yards and nine TDs in his junior season for the 7A state champion Hornets.
Kreed Stubbs – Sr. – Atkins
Stubbs caught the most touchdowns amongst Arkansas’ underclassmen in 2019, bringing in 24. In total, Stubbs caught 62 passes for 1,413 yards last year.
Reggie Toney – Sr. – Morrilton
Toney made 58 catches for 937 yards and nine TDs in 2019.
Braylon Walker – Sr. – Bauxite
Walker had 40 catches for 855 yards and seven TDs a year ago.
Cooper White – Sr. – Pulaski Academy
White hauled in 37 passes for 594 yards and eight touchdowns last season for the 5A state champion Bruins.
Logan White – Sr. – Lakeside (Hot Springs)
White brought in 44 passes for 612 yards and six scores in 2019.
Ladarius Wonsley – Sr. – Springdale
Wonsley is a top five receiver in Arkansas. He caught 73 passes for 986 yards and 10 touchdowns last season.
Joseph Young – Sr. – Bryant
Young made 23 catches for 541 yards and six touchdowns last year. He caught a 67-yard touchdown in Bryant’s 42-21 win over Pulaski Academy on Tuesday.
Jacaylon Zachery – Jr. – Prescott
Zachery finished last season with eight touchdown catches.
Ja’quez Cross – Sr. – Fordyce
Cross caught 58 passes for 975 yards and 14 touchdowns last season for the 2A state champion Redbugs, but also played very well as a defensive back. He’ll be on our list of top defensive backs.
Zach Jarnagan – Sr. – Gentry
Jarnagan caught 50 passes for 799 yards and nine touchdowns in 2019, but also excelled as a defensive back and will be on DBs list as well.