Preseason all-Bay Area News Group high school football 2022: Wide receivers/tight ends



(Listed in alphabetical order)

Editor’s note: It remains unclear where former Valley Christian star Jurrion Dickey, a five-star receiver committed to Oregon, will play this fall. Here is our most recent story.

Andrew Adkison, St. Francis, 5-11, 190, senior

Three-star receiver finished last season with 18 catches for 416 yards and four TDs to help St. Francis capture the WCAL title. Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports.

Zachary Card, Pittsburg, 5-10, 175, senior

Sixth in the 100 meters at the CIF state track and field finals in May. Three-star football prospect committed to Oregon State. One of the targets who will be on the receiving end of Jaden Rashada’s passes this fall.

Kingston Gardere, Kennedy-Fremont, 5-9, 150, senior

Honorable mention all-Bay Area News Group selection last season. Averaged 12.9 yards per reception. Caught five TD passes.

Keynan Higgins, Pittsburg, 6-5, 185, senior

Three-star prospect has six offers, including Arizona State, BYU and Pittsburgh. Averaged 28.3 yards per catch in limited targets last fall.

Zachary Jones, Archbishop Riordan, 5-10, 175, senior

Finished with 627 yards and six touchdowns through the air last season. Received Bay Area News Group honorable mention recognition. Also stands out in the defensive secondary.

Jaterius Lee, Christopher, 6-3, 160, senior

Had a big junior season, catching 52 passes for 701 yards and nine touchdowns. Will play receiver and cornerback this fall.

Taeshaun Lyons, Tennyson, 6-2, 170, senior

As a junior, he caught 28 passes for 907 yards and 16 touchdowns for a team that finished 10-1. Has 18 offers. Leaning toward Washington, according to 247Sports.

Robbie Mascheroni, Campolindo, 6-4, 190, senior

Second-team all-Bay Area News Group selection last fall after he caught 63 passes for 1,229 yards and 13 touchdowns to help lead Campo to the North Coast Section Division II title. Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports.

Gavin O’Leary, College Park, 6-0, 170, senior

Finished with 1,702 all-purpose yards last season and 22 touchdowns, to go with 14 tackles for loss defensively. Caught 45 passes for 969 yards and 14 TDs as a junior.

Trevor Rogers, Acalanes, 6-2, 190, junior

Caught 23 passes as a sophomore for 452 yards and five TDs. Has an offer from Massachusetts.

Danny Scudero, Archbishop Mitty, 5-10, 160, senior

Runs a 4.42 40-yard dash, according to his coach, Danny Sullivan, who called the receiver a “matchup nightmare” who “is able to create space in the passing game.” Has a Sacramento State offer.

Marques Singleton, Encinal, 5-8, 142, senior

Caught 52 passes last season for 799 yards and 11 touchdowns. Honorable mention selection by the Bay Area News Group.

Khai Taylor, Pittsburg, 6-2, 170 senior

Nevada-commit caught only 17 passes last fall but averaged 17.4 per reception. Rated a three-star prospect.

Rashid Williams, Pittsburg, 6-2, 185, senior

Rated a four-star by 247Sports, the Washington commit leads a talented group of receivers the Pirates will put on the field. Last season, Williams finished with a team-leading 52 receptions for 706 yards and nine TDs and was named second team all-Bay Area News Group. 


(Listed in alphabetical order)

Tyler Bourland, Valley Christian, 6-5, 230, senior

Three-star prospect has offers from Nevada and Northern Colorado, according to 247Sports. “Good size, good blocker, good hands,” Valley Christian coach Mike Machado said.

Cooper Flanagan, De La Salle, 6-6, 240, senior

Notre Dame commit is rated among the top tight ends in the country. “Bigger, stronger, better, more mature, team leader,” DLS coach Justin Alumbaugh said. “He looks great.”

Seamus Gilmartin, Serra, 6-4, 215, senior

Serra coach Patrick Walsh says his three-star prospect will be counted on to contribute on the offensive line as a tight end and also as a defensive end. “Has been conditioning and working to do so,” Walsh said.

Wyatt Hook, Homestead, 6-5, 235, junior

Has offers Cal, Colorado, Oregon State and Washington State, according to 247Sports, which rates Hook a three-star prospect. Homestead coach Milo Lewis said “size and strength” are what Hook brings to the field. 

James Rothstein, Amador Valley, 6-6, 240, senior

Three-star prospect has offers from Air Force, Army and Idaho, among others. Will be a physical presence as the Dons compete in the East Bay Athletic League’s Mountain Division.

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