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Receiver of the Year Watch

By Chad Rader, 810 Varsity, 09/22/22, 2:00PM CDT


Check out the current listing for Receiver of the Year

810 Varsity annually looks at the Player of the Year Watch each week, and now other awards as well - including the Receiver of the Year.

1. Jaden Reddell, Ray-Pec
537 receiving yards, 8 TDs (134 ypg)

Leads every category in MO. Breaking out and picking up D-I offers weekly

2. Isaiah Coppage, Bishop Miege
410 receiving yards, 3 TDs (136 ypg)

Major reason for Miege's resurgence, as the difference maker WR in Kansas

3. Joshua Manning, Lee's Summit
377 receiving yards, 6 TDs (94 ypg)
Despite defenses keying on him, Manning still breaking off 94 yards a game and 6 TDs

4. Joshua Parrish, Olathe North
351 receiving yards, 5 TDs (117 ypg)

Good for his 90-120 yards and TD a game. Not shabby on D either

5. Tommy LaPour, Blue Springs South
417 receiving yards, 5 TDs (104 ypg)

Chalk up a TD every game, and now two 130+ games in a row - both in the center of two crazy comeback wins.

6. Jayven Stallings, Staley
491 receiving yards, 1 TD

122 yards per game, two 150+ yard games - though just one TD.

7. Marcus Neal, Raytown South
393 receiving yards, 6 TDs (98 ypg)

Quietly hauling in 98 yards a game and 6 TDs - second highest in MO

8. Andre Davis, Blue Valley
280 receiving yards, 4 TDs (93 ypg)

Good start for the K-State commit with around 300 yards in 3 games with 4 TDs

9. Teyrn Jackson, Bishop Miege
304 receiving yards, 2 TDs (101 ypg)

Breaking off 100 yards per game and 2 TDs as the "No. 2 receiver" on his team not paltry

10. Dayton Howard, Park Hill
260 receiving yards, 6 TDs (86 ypg)

Nada in Week One, then 86 yards per game and 6 TDs since for the big fella

11. Lexton Grafke, Lansing
279 receiving yards, 2 TDs (139 ypg)

Didn't play week one, then 279 yards and 2 TDs in two games since

12. Keelan Smith, Liberty North
300 receiving yards, 4 TDs (75 ypg)

Started hot (234 yards, 3 TDs in first two games), but Liberty North a well balanced attack that Smith's totals have cooled

13. Jaidyn Doss, Raymore-Peculiar
280 receiving yards, 5 TDs (70 ypg), 115 rushing yards

Remember me? The 2020 WR of the Year not bad with 280 rec yards and 5 TDs to accompany another 115 rush yards, as well as a kickoff return. But Reddell emergence has tempered numbers.

14. Eli Steele, Richmond
388 receiving yards, 7 TDs
Steele has racked up some nice numbers for the undefeated Spartans

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