2022 WIDE RECEIVER RECRUIT RANKINGS
2022 wide receiver recruit rankings at College Football Today were rated using the S.T.E.P ratings algorithm that was developed over the past four recruiting classes for college and pro athletes.
TOP WIDE RECEIVER RECRUITS 2022
Top wide receiver recruits in the 2022 college football recruiting class can be found above, as we have located the best up and coming rising 2022 wide receiver recruits at College Football Today. All of our recruit rankings are evolving lists that change quite frequently with new scouting/recruiting information coming in by the hour. Create a college football recruiting profile by clicking the box below and join the Scout Trout Elite pipeline program to help start your recruitment into the world of college football.
TOP 2022 WR RECRUITS
Top 2022 WR recruits features Janiran Bonner, who has one of the best tapes you will see for a 2022 wide receiver recruit and already has six FBS offers on the table per sources. Janiran is a very gifted route runner and shows the power of a Anquan Boldin with the football in his hands, along with the ability to stretch the field like a Calvin Johnson. Janiran will be fun to watch progress throughout his career, as his overall potential was off the charts, as far as our S.T.E.P ratings are concerned at College Football Today.
2022 WR RECRUITS
2022 WR recruits were evaluated by Coach Trout, who conducted our 2019 NFL Mock Draft and has scouted the NFL Reese's Senior Bowl the past four NFL Draft classes. Click button below to view our 2022 overall recruit rankings, which is being updated shortly.
CFB WIDE RECEIVER OF THE YEAR
CFB Wide Receiver of The Year award at College Football Today was awarded to Andy Isabella from the University of Massachusetts!
Andy Isabella from the University of Massachusetts is our College Football Today Wide Receiver of The Year and had 1698 yards receiving on the 2018 College Football season. Andy Isabella had 288 yards more yards receiving then any other receiver in all of College Football Today. Andy Isabella averaged 16.6 yards a reception and was able to haul in 13 touchdowns for the 4-8 UMASS Minutemen. We can not see how this overachieving receiver did not win the Biletnikoff Award, but that decision is not up to the College Football Today Awards Committee. Andy Isabella had 102 receptions on the season and is the nation's leader in nearly every statistical receiving category, according to ESPN.
NFL DRAFT WIDE RECEIVERS
We projected our 2019 NFL Draft wide receivers extremely well in who was the cream of the crop in the 2019 NFL draft. With N'Keal Harry taking Andy Isabella's projected spot at number 32 to the New England Patriots, Andy Isabella slid all the way to the 30th pick of the 2nd round in the 2019 NFL Draft. Kliff Kingsbury was able to obtain a key piece in the slot that will be able to work magic with the number one overall NFL Draft pick QB Kyler Murray. I believe Coach Kingsbury has set up many of the pieces he needs to install his high scoring offense that will bewilder defenses across the National Football League.