Blog fee

Blog: Nebraska High School 11-Man Pass Receivers to Watch in 2022 (7/17/22)

Fremont Bergan’s Kade McIntyre (#7/left) returns for his senior season after receiving and accepting an offer from the mighty Oklahoma Sooners. Yeah, Kade is SO good!

**RECEPTION**

CLASS A

Joe Roll – Gretna – 53 receptions for 877 yards (16.6/catch) with 8 TDs – The harder to cover in the state, the better receiver in the state. Rolling is ripped, fast and has more moves than Michael Jackson or Chris Brown on the grill. Among the best hands in the state, the 5-10, 183-pound roller is also an excellent defensive player who covers the opposition’s top receiver most of the time. Colleges are really missing out if they don’t watch Joe Roll extensively.

Aric Thomas-Omaha South – 51 for 825 yards (16.2/capture) (7 TDs) –

Dae’vonn Hall-Bellevue West (Jr) – 43 for 592 yards (13.8/catch) (9 TDs) – One of the all-star stables of wide receivers for Danny Kaelin to target this fall.

Malachi Coleman-Lincoln East – 17 for 561 Yds (33.0/catch) (10 TDs) {TD each 1.7 landing pass} – You won’t see a wide receiver in Nebraska faster than Lincoln East burner Malachi Coleman. There aren’t too many DBs that can cover a man who performs a :10.46 cent and :21.31 two hundred and triple jumps 46’4”. Coleman is also a threat that rushes the quarterback from his DE position.

Caleb Schnell-Gretna – 33 for 525 yards (16/take) (2 TDs) – One of the best tight ends in the state here. Gretna had so many terrific receivers last season, the 6-3, 200 Schnell often slipped 10-15 yards down the field, stood there by himself and waited for Zane to throw the ball to her. The dude can line up wide, so Caleb is almost like a wide receiver. Schnell will catch more than 2 touchdowns this season, I can promise you that.

Jack Baptista-Lincoln SW – 33 for 489 yards (16/take) (4 TDs) – Collin Fritton’s favorite catcher by a country mile. Baptista, who has a vertical of 35 inches, is also a dangerous kick returner.

TK Barnett-Bellevue West – 41 for 484 yards (11.8/capture) (6 TDs)

Kyrell Jordan-Bellevue West – 27 for 476 yards (17.6/capture) (3 TDs)

Beni Ngoyi-Lincoln High School – 25 for 467 yards (18.7/capture) (6 TDs)

Jaylen Lloyd – Omaha Central – (Now Omaha Westside) – 20 for 441 yards (22.6/capture) (3 TDs)

Tre’Vionne Brown-Omaha North – 17 for 399 yards (23.5/capture) (4 TDs)

Brock Murtaugh-Millard South – 14 for 290 yards (20.7/capture) (3 TDs)

Javon Leuty-Lincoln High School – 12 for 289 yards (22.2/capture) (4 TDs)

CLASS B

Jace Carpenter-Lexington – 32 receptions for 556 yards (17.4/capture) (4 TDs)

Joe Connolly – Omaha Skutt – 17 for 441 yards (25.9/capture) (5 TDs)

Travin Harring-Grand Island Northwest – 31 for 417 yards (13.5/capture) (6 TDs)

Nick Mallard Bennington – 20 for 364 yards (18.2/capture) (1TD)

Shea Wendt Blair – 23 for 344 yards (15/take) (2 TDs)

J’shawn Unger-Blair (Jr) – 25 for 342 yards (13.7/capture) (4 TDs)

Isaac Conner Bennington – 18 for 325 yards (18.1/capture) (4 TDs)

James Senstock-Omaha Skutt (Jr) – 10 for 246 yards (24.6/capture) (1TD)

CLASS C-1

James Olds Fairbury – 33 for 731 yards (22.2/capture) (9 TDs) –

Ashton Gregg-Central City – 55 for 728 yards (13.3/capture) (8 TDs)

Benjamin Brahmer Pierce – 63 receptions for 556 Yds (17.8/catch) (13 TDs)/{Career-116 Receptions for 1,986 Yards (17.1/catch) for 24 TDs} –Some of the best hands I’ve seen in a long time. Big Ben, a Husker commitment, has made some spectacular catches since he first stepped onto the field as a rookie. He’ll make noise in Lincoln down the street.

Ayden Zikmund-Central City (Jr) – 46 for 520 yards (11.3/capture) (4 TDs)

Carson Staeher – Aurora – 35 for 502 yards (14.4/shot) (4 TDs) (Class B in 2021)

Caleb Paulk-Wood River – 25 for 443 yards (17.7/capture) (4 TDs)

Jacob Gomez-Wilson-McCook – 25 for 405 yards (16.2/shot) (4 TDs) (Class B in 2021)

Xander Provance-Chadron – 20 for 391 yards (19.6/capture) (4 TDs)

Seth Gaswick Chadron – 14 for 381 yards (27.2/catch) (7 TDs) {TD catch EVERY OTHER Pass Reception}

Derek Pfeifer-Central City – 41 for 352 yards (8.6/capture) (3 TDs)

Chytka-Cozad cord – 17 for 320 yards (18.8/capture) (4 TDs)

Sam Luellen-Louisville (Jr) – 8 for 299 yards (37.4/catch) (3 TDs) {TD catch every 3rd pass reception}

McClure-Ogallala breed – 11 for 257 yards (23.4/catch) (4 TDs) {TD catches all 3rd pass receptions}

Isaac Fredrickson-Raymond Central – 9 for 246 yards (27.3/catch) (3 TDs) {TD catch every 3rd pass reception}

CLASS C-2

Kade McIntyre-Fremont Bergan – 37 receptions for 873 yards (23.6/catch) (14 TDs)/{TD catch every 2.7 Pass Receptions} Career-66 Receptions for 1,345 yards (20.4/catch) for 19 TDs {TD catch every 3.5 Pass Receptions} – Well, if Oklahoma offers you a full ride, you must be pretty special. The Sooners don’t make recruiting mistakes. I don’t have to tell you that Kade McIntyre is the real deal, you can just take Oklahoma’s word for it.

Cooper Butler-Hastings Sainte-Cecile – 42 for 653 yards (15.5/capture) (11 TDs)

Hayden DeMuth-Hastings Sainte-Cecile – 27 for 595 yards (22/take) (3 TDs)

Trenton Barry-Wahoo Neumann – 27 for 544 yards (20.2/capture) (2 TDs)

Jonny Puelz-Lincoln Lutheran – 34 for 500 yards (14.7/capture) (4 TDs)

Jace Freesman-Gordon-Rushville – 40 for 497 yards (12.4/capture) (3 TDs)

Elliott Nottlemann-BRLD – 26 for 489 yards (18.8/capture) (3 TDs)

Cole Schwager-Hershey – 20 for 414 yards (20.7/capture) (1TD)

Kaden Thompson-Hershey – 35 for 410 yards (11.7/capture) (3 TDs)

Jacob Meyer-Superior – 19 for 389 yards (20.5/capture) (5 TDs)

Jameson Pella-Lincoln Lutheran – 19 for 389 yards (20.5/capture) (5 TDs)

Levi Zimmer-Centennial – 19 for 297 yards (16.5/capture) (5 TDs)

Alex Brown Hershey8 for 283 yards (35.4/shot) (2 TND)