With the 2019 recruiting cycle coming to a close, it’s time to look at the best prospects in the Dallas-area position by position. Our series continues with wide receivers.
Top Five WRs
Theo Wease, Allen — A five-star prospect, Wease has an argument for the top overall recruit in the area this cycle. Wease was a key part of an explosive Allen offense and racked up 72 receptions for 1,042 yards and 16 touchdowns this past season. Wease gave Oklahoma an early commitment and signed with the Sooners during the early period.
Dylan Wright, West Mesquite — One of the most physical wide receiver prospects in recent memory, Wright has the size and athleticism to be a monster at the next level. A four-star prospect, Wright caught 38 passes for 604 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. Wright signed with Texas A&M during the early period over a slew of major programs.
Trejan Bridges, Hebron — Bridges will join Wease in Norman, giving Oklahoma two of the area’s most prolific playmakers. A four-star prospect, Bridges can play in the slot or on the outside and is athletic enough to get some snaps in the backfield as well. He notched 58 catches for 844 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior.
Austin Stogner, Prestonwood Christian (tight end) — The only tight end on this list, Stogner may be the top prospect at his position in the entire state. A four-star recruit, Stogner has strong hands, runs routes like a wide receiver and does his part as an in-line blocker. He signed with Oklahoma during the early period.
Kam Brown, Colleyville Heritage — The son of former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Larry Brown, Kam is in the process of creating his own legacy. After going over 1,000 yards as a junior, Brown missed some time this past season but was still one of the area’s leaders. The four-star prospect signed with Texas A&M during the early period.
Langston Anderson, Midlothian Heritage — Anderson signed with Oklahoma State during the early period after notching 72 receptions for 1,291 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Kennedy Lewis, Melissa — A tall, athletic receiver with tremendous upside, Lewis signed with Texas during the early period. He caught 47 passes for 753 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
La’Vontae Shenault, DeSoto — Shenault backed out of his verbal pledge to Texas Tech and is one of the area’s top unsigned players. He recorded 72 catches for 937 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior.
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