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.
TOP WR PROSPECTS 2019
College Football Today's Best Top 2019 NFL Draft WR Prospects are mostly all found below at the Division One FBS College Football level. This page will also serve as our 2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Prospects page, as we move closer to the 2019 NFL Reese's Senior Bowl. Our Biletnikiff Awards Watchlist and Finalist page will now be our 2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Prospects page, as we inch close to the NFL national scouting events. Andy Isabella is at the top of our 2019 NFL Draft Wide Receiver prospect boards at the Wide Receiver slot position.
2019 HS All-American WR Recruits
New 2019 HS All-American WR Recruits can be found below our 2019 College Football Today All-American Bowl picture, which is to held at Alfred J. Loos Sports Complex the weekend of Jan 18-20th. Other 2019 and 2020 All-Americans can be found by clicking our College Football Today HS All-American Bowl picture below. The game will be broadcast worldwide from College Football Today with links to each All-American recruit's scouting data and footage.
2019 WIDE RECEIVER RECRUITS
Below our the new 2019 Wide Receiver recruits attending the 2019 College Football Today High School All-American Bowl in Addison,Texas. Parts of each Scouting report are below and each HS All-American picture edit is linked to their scouting report.
Julius Monroe out of Justin F. Kimball High School, TX is one of the most explosive wide receivers you will witness on tape. He is so quick and nimble, that he is able to turn his body up field after the catch so quickly that is often extremely hard to gauge for tacklers. Julius has received FCS interest from Cornell thus far and also D2 Football powerhouse West Texas A & M, as he will bring a college football team the skill set of a Antonio Brown, if given the opportunity. Read More by clicking Julius Monroe's 2019 All-American Wide Receiver recruit picture edit above.
2019 Wide Receiver Rankings
Cayden Doub is being added to our 2019 Wide Receiver Recruiting Rankings, as he is one of the best Wide Receivers in the State of West Virginia, as seen on Scout Trout Elite.
As you probably already witnessed, this 2019 Wide Receiver Recruit is able to work to the open spot of the field very keenly on the first play of his highlights for a game winning touchdown. On the very next play, you will see Cayden's excellent ball carrier vision, along with his outstanding agility and then, to top it off, exhilarating speed. Cayden takes a hand-off in the backfield and somehow escapes what looks like an inevitable loss of yardage, and is able to scurry about 75 yards downfield for what was an incredible touchdown. Cayden is a very tough runner and can be seen returning a kick down the sideline, after making another mind-boggling run for the opposing defense. On this kickoff return, Cayden bursts down the sideline and meets the opposing defender with ferociousness, as he ultimately winds up flat on his back. Doub can be seen at defensive back on the very next play and shows great overall technique in man to man coverage, along with ball skills to make the interception for his team. I am very excited to meet Cayden Doub in Texas for the 2019 College Football Today All-American Bowl at Alfred J. Loos Fieldhouse on Jan 18th-20th!
High School All-American Wide Receiver
College Football Today High School All-American Wide Receiver O'Brien Neely is an outstanding talent out of Fort Worth, Tex. and will be competing in the 2019 All-American Bowl at Alfred J Loos Sports Complex. I am very excited to work with Neely, as he is a dynamic play-maker who can really go up and get the ball in traffic. This high flying wide receiver can be seen below making some very acrobatic snags with defenders draped all over him. He is able to locate the ball in the air very well, even when the ball is not thrown on target and adjust his body accordingly to make big play, after big play for Southwest High School. Neely is a very sound stalk blocker at the receiver position and keeps his legs moving upon engagement. At around 1:50 into his highlights below, O'Brien is seen executing a great block, as he drives the receiver all the way to the turf for a pancake. Moving forward to 2 minutes and 38 seconds, you will watch Southwest QB look off the defense beautifully and find O'Brien Neely for the touchdown on the post route. O'Brien is also very exciting to watch in the short passing game, as he can take screen passes for big chunks of yardage with his uncanny athletic abilities. - Read More by clicking 2019 All-American picture below.
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