Rival Camp Series: Wide receiver and tight end ranking

2022 Rival Camp Series Regional stops finished and only Rival Underclassman Challenge Stay tuned, and that phenomenon will get bigger in a few weeks. This week, we take a look at the possibilities that have influenced us the most at this year’s regional events. Today we look at the wide receiver and tight end.


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1. Zakaria Branch, Los Angeles RCS

A show stiller for Bishop Gorman, Branch did the same thing at the Los Angeles camp, drawing everyone’s attention when he received delegates. Some players only have the “it” factor, and the branch extends that special ability. Walking long distances, walking in the middle or breaking something short, the branches always cause disintegration, throwing the protective back into the dust.

The USC accepted the branch’s verbal commitment in December. The branch could be the Trojans ’second five-star in 2023 class, QB joins Malachi Nelson.

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2. James Madison, Miami RCS

St Thomas Aquinas, on his way to the 7A Florida State Championships last season, didn’t give the Loaded Riders roster Madison too much space to show off his huge talent… but the Miami RCS did. Madison is a strange athletic gift with that tall, tall-fitted receiver. Wingsspan and big hand allow everything in its area code to be secured. The quarterbacks lined up to pass him as the defensive back moved away. A highlight was Madison showing a defender’s obstacle.

The rival 100 talents are among the best in his position in the 2024 class and will have a strong case to go up in the rankings at the end of the 2022 season. Madison is in the 20-offer mark for her rise and talent. Watch out for the rush hour in the summer and autumn months.


3. Owner LG, Indianapolis RCS

LG is another gift from the football gods. He also showed amazing sports talent throughout the 1-on-1 at Indy, which surprised everyone. The Chicago-area prospect came to play, and he let everyone know he was one of the best in the Midwest. One of the impressive features of LG’s game is how smoothly rocketed passes enter his hand by extending his arm in front of his body; He is a catcher.

LG Recruitment One Wanted Man, Top 20 Offers. Official visits are set in Illinois and Cincinnati, but offers are coming from top programs like Oregon. This recruitment journey will be an exciting one to follow.


4. Khai Priyan, New Orleans RCS

Technically an all-purpose return, but no one knew that he had earned receiver Camp MVP honors when he saw Prian run routes and passes in Louisiana. The next level offensive coordinator had to be extremely happy to see the versatility that a four-star could bring to a crime.

Prian is a big target for the SEC squad. The states of Arkansas, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Missouri and Mississippi offered and LSU also offered. It will be difficult to pull off Louisiana’s chances from the Tigers.


5. Jaquaize Pettaway, Dallas RCS

There is speed in the field then what is there in Petaway. The Houston-area product is a consistent sub-11 performer out of 100, including 10.41 in the book. Running route for Langham Creek Lobos, a proven product on the Petaway Field, and show it in Dallas. Before a route starts, Petaway is already in the minds of defenders who know how fast he is. The fear of being thrown into the dust drives the factor defenders to error, making it even easier to add another highlight to the relay for the beatway.

A future petaway at the SEC might look like this. Two of its top 10 schools – Texas and Oklahoma – have been officially inspected.


6. Noah Rogers, Charlotte RCS

Rogers pulled Charlotte short with a tweak, but he was impressive when he earned MVP praise on the field. The era of big receivers will continue as boys like Rogers go out for passes. And a do-it-all receiver, Rogers runs tough routes with great hands and speed.

The top five for Rogers are Clemson, North Carolina State, Ohio State, North Carolina and Florida State. The first official tour is with Clemson on June 3, his second tour is on June 17 in the state of Ohio.


7. Anthony Miller, Atlanta RCS

The Rival Camp Series Future All-Conference and All-American players were loaded towards the tough end of the year, but none of them took home receiver / tight end position honors like Anthony Miller. Miller has something to say for being consistent and effortless in your craft and that is Miller. Like many of the achievable goals mentioned above, Miller has a great winged, off-target pass designed. Defensive backs are not ashamed to hold on to camp, but those tactics did not slow Miller down at all.

The hiring process for Miller exploded this spring, pushing him to the 20-offer milestone. The summer college camp circuit will be important for its decision making process.


8. Winston Watkins Jr., Miami RCS

Winston Watkins Jr.

Winston Watkins Jr. (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

One could argue that Watkins was the top receiver in Miami. Crazy thing about Watkins? He hasn’t even started his second campaign, and he’s on par with the top prospects in the 2023 class. Watkins is fast with great hands, but that explosion and route race makes him exceptional. The kind of talent he goes against every day at IMG in practice only makes him much better than his classmates.

While players across the country are trying to figure out where to play their college ball, Watkins has already locked in with Texas A&M. The Aggies landed in Florida standout back in December.

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9. Sacovi White, Atlanta RCS

Sacovi White

Sacovi White (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

White left Atlanta with more to do than what he had brought with him to return to Cartersville. Flying under the proverbial radar at Cass High School, White was recognized as one of the top players for which he was invited. Rival Underclassman Challenge. Whatever he was asked to do, White did and did well. He excelled as an internal receiver that could break a route to the heartbeat, leaving wide-open windows for quarterbacks.

The 2024 Rising Star has plenty of time for college coaches to take notice. Four offers have been secured, with offers expected to reach double digits in June, once College Scouts see him in person.


10. Shawn Williams, Atlanta RCS

Shawn Williams

Shawn Williams

A player can never underestimate the competitive factor for facing the unknown outside his territory. Williams fled the area, Washington DC, to join Georgia’s top defensive back. Three-Star was that quick goal, combining all-day angles and safety. During the 1-on-1, he drew attention whenever he went through a drill or gave a route.

It’s hard to ignore the possibility of a 20-plus-offer, but Williams is. The next level teams are looking for an internal receiver who can find a hole in the defense and drag the nickels across the field for four quarters to finally find him. An officer has so far been set in Walk Forest.


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