Mark M. Hancock 1. Jake Oliver, Jesuit/ 59 receptions, 826 yards, 10 TDs/ Oliver had a huge game Friday, catching 15 passes for 174 yards in a losing effort. He surpassed Jordan Shipley for the state receptions record.
Michael Ainsworth 2. Ra’Shaad Samples, Skyline/ 30 receptions, 598 yards, 16 TDs/ Samples continues to be the go-to receiver for quarterback Devante Kincade. The Oklahoma State pledge caught three touchdowns in a win against Sunset.
John F. Rhodes 3. Rashard Higgins, Mesquite/ 54 receptions, 942 yards, 6 TDs/ Higgins leads all Class 5A receivers with 942 receiving yards – more 100 yards ahead of the next receiver.
File Photo 4. Marcell Ateman, Wylie East/ 45 receptions, 811 yards, 12 TDs/ Ateman leads all Dallas-area 4A receivers with 811 yards. He’s committed to Oklahoma State.
Matt Strasen 5. Cameron Smith, Coppell/ 30 receptions, 619 yards, 10 TDs/ Smith averaged more than 16 yards with his five receptions against Flower Mound. He ranks 10th among Dallas-area 5A receivers with 619 yards.
Christian Randolph 6. Torii Hunter Jr., Prosper/ 37 receptions, 705 yards, 10 TDs/ Hunter played a big role in Prosper’s 47-21 win against the Colony, catching six passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns/ (Not Pictured) 7. Charlie Reid, Fort Worth All Saints/ 33 receptions, 865 yards, 12 TDs
Kelley Chinn (Not Pictured) 8. Trae Hart, First Baptist/ 72 receptions, 1,327 yards, 20 TDs/ 9. Aaron Dixon, Hurst L.D. Bell: 45 receptions, 790 yards, 13 TDs/ Dixon ranks third among all Dallas-area 5A receivers with 790 yards. He and L.D. Bell were shut down by Euless Trinity on Friday.
File Photo 10. Shyon Motlagh, Rockwall-Heath/ 36 receptions, 622 yards, 10 TDs/ Motlagh fell five spots among 5A receivers in receiving yards after Heath’s bye week. His 622 yards rank ninth.
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