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Oregon Top WR's (2020)

4. Silas Starr 6-3 195 WR Central Catholic

OFFERS: Oregon, Stanford, Oregon St, Arizona St, Cal

Updated Analysis: Starr is crafty and runs some of the most precise and crisp routes of any wide out in the country.. He might not always be the fastest guy on the field, but from an efficiency standpoint there are few that are better.

Previous: One of the top players in the country for the 2020 class; National 4* recruit
1st team all league WR who went for double digit TD's in 17'. .
Projects as a future All American who could hold offers from most of the top schools in the nation.

Chance Sparks 6-3 175 WR Century

Updated Analysis: Injured the first week of the season and likely done for the year. That said as Sparks has size, speed and a host of necessary intangibles for a D1 WR. He was a state leader in multiple statistical receiving categories as a Sophomore.

Previous: One of the top WR's in the NW for the 2020 class; Went off as a Sophomore earning 1st team All Metro honors. Statistically one of the leaders state wide. 52 receptions, 1000 yards, 10 TDs, averaging 19.2 yards per catch in 17'. Projects as a D1 kid at some level

Richard Kennewell 6-3 200 WR/ OLB Clackamas

Updated Analysis: Potentially the fastest rising recruit in Oregon. Could be a top 10 guy before he is done. Can play either side of the ball at the D1 level while currently excelling on O. His stock continues to rise every week

Previous: Not a lot of people know about him yet... That said as he will be one of the top defenders in the state for the 2020 class. Made 11 tackles with 3 tackles for loss and 1 INT, while scoring 3 TDs offensively and averaging 25.3 ypc in 2017

Kalvin Souders 6-2 180 WR Central Catholic

Updated Analysis: Great route runner and overall athlete. Souders has played well, currently sitting on the D1 bubble with multiple schools. How he does the 2nd half of this season & in the playoffs will determine a lot on the recruiting front.

Previous: Souders projects as one of the top WR's in the west and potentially the country for his class. He is that good.
Outstanding size and length on a legit 6-2 frame. Look for him to be a double digit D1 offer kid
From a projection standpoint he should be considered right there with teammate, 4* Silas Starr

London Smalley 6-1 175 WR Westview

Updated Analysis: Smalley has had an impressive start to his season averaging 13.4 ypc while grabbing 4 TDs in the first four games. His ability to return kicks and overall demeanor are other assets that separate him from others.

Previous: Look for Smalley to have a monster year after transferring from Beaverton. Excelled on the 7v7 circuit as part of Team Lillard. Projects as one of Oregon's breakout performers

Casey Tawa 6-0 170 WR West Linn

Fundamentally you won't find many that are better. Runs crisp and precise routes and drops very few balls
Breakout year for Tawa in 2017 catching 37 passes for 562 yards and 3 Td's, while averaging 15.2 yards per catch
As most know the brother of 3x Oregon Gatorade POY Tim Tawa, currently a freshman standout playing baseball at Stanford