Below are the rankings of wide receivers in Kansas for the 2022 season, as listed by Tyler Wendland of MoKan 7v7 and Kansas Elite.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pound senior was ranked the No. 6 overall prospect in Kansas by both 247 Sports and On3. Davis, son of former Chiefs Willie Davis, hauled in 922 receiving yards and four touchdowns in 10 games for the Tigers. Davis is committed to Kansas State.
The 5-foot-10-, 165-pound Richardson committed to New Mexico State on Saturday, after being ranked as the second best receiver in Kansas by 247 Sports
The Kansas Class 4A all-state selection in 2021 snagged 64 receptions for state-leading 1,275 yards and eight touchdowns for the state champion Thunder.
Cohoon (6-foot-3, 185) has flourished as the primary target of Avery Johnson. The Kansas Class 5A state champ in 100m (10.57) is committed to Syracuse.
Goldberg (6-0, 180) was the Class 6A leader in receptions (58) and yards (874) with 11 receiving touchdowns.
After converting from quarterback, Swartz (6-foot-5, 170) snared 31 receptions for 783 yards (25.3 ypc) with eight touchdowns in 2021.
Seals roped in 84 catches for 757 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Cardinals in 2021.
As a junior, the 6-foot-2, 180 receiver caught 67 balls for 1,341 yards and 18 touchdowns for the 8-man Eagles.
At 6-foot-1, 170, Blasi stands as the top option outside for Carroll. As a junior, Blasi snagged 36 balls for 665 yards.
Coppage (6-foot-1, 195) looks to have a breakout season for Miege in 2022.
Burgess roped in 1,030 receiving yards to lead Class 3A and a school record 11 touchdowns as a junior for the Mustangs in 2021.
Tabor jetted for 825 receiving yards and eight scores on 56 catches for the Jaguars in 2021.