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Wide Receivers – Class of 2012-2013

Written by: on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Who are some of the top wide receivers going into the 2012-13 season? Here’s our list of the top five wide receivers in Eastern PA. The Big School list consists of players from schools within the AAAA and AAA classifications and the Small School list consists of players from schools within the AA and A classifications. Athletes are arranged in alphabetical order by first name.

Who makes your top five list?

EPA (Big School)

1) Brian Lemelle, Bishop McDevitt 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Lemelle caught 93 passes for 1,630 yards and 15 touchdowns. He averaged 17.53 yards per catch. His sophomore year he caught 70 passes for 1,223 yards and 11 scores.

2) Diante Cherry, JP McCaskey 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Cherry was the man for McCaskey catching 65 passes for 1,003 yards and 10 touchdowns. He averaged 15.4 yards per catch. He rushed for two touchdowns.

3) Jay Harris, Downingtown East 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Harris hauled in a team-leading  53 passes for 732 yards and 11 touchdowns. He averaged 13.8 yards per reception.

4) Sean Coleman, LaSalle 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Coleman caught 43 passes for 688 yards and 7 touchdowns. He rushed for 109 yards on 11 carries and one score.

5) William Fuller, Roman Catholic 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Fuller led his team with 46 catches for 758 yards and 10 touchdowns. He rushed for two touchdowns.


EPA (Small School)

1) Danny Jackson, Trinity – 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Jackson caught 39 passes for 812 yards and nine touchdowns. He averaged 20.82 yards per catch. He led the team with 29 punt returns for 359 yards.

2) DuBois Ross, Pius X – 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Ross caught 49 passes for 1,177 yards and 19 touchdowns. He averaged an impressive 24.2 yards per catch. He had six punt returns for 117 yards and an average of 19.50 yards.

3) John Klingerman, Bloomsburg – 2011 Video Highlights

As a junior, Klingerman led his team with 48 catches for 1,150 yards and 12 touchdowns. He averaged 23.9 yards per catch. In his career he caught 127 passes for 2,679 yards and 34 touchdowns.

4) Nick Merva, Shenandoah Valley

As a junior, Merva led his team with 48 catches for 616 yards and five touchdowns. He was second on the team in scoring.

5) Ron Tomasetti, Mid-Valley

As a junior, Tomasetti caught 41 passes for 714 yards and four scores. He averaged 17.42 yards per catch.


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12 Responses to “Wide Receivers – Class of 2012-2013”

  1. Brett says:

    The Chesapeake Bowl tryout? Really? About as much talent there as there is in my back yard. Womack is good but not near the level of these kids. Lemelle is a stud. So is Fuller. Harris doesn’t play against anyone.

  2. littleguyscoach says:

    yep week two gl because I’m sure fuller will be actually covering Harris as well being he is a stud db also.

  3. Eastbetterthanwest says:

    Littleguy they play against one another thus year. We shall see. Fuller isn’t better that’ s fact

  4. ireland1 says:

    DuBois Ross is at Liberty now along with another receiver who should be on the State’s “to watch” list: KJ Williams.

  5. littleguyscoach says:

    @ eastbetterthanwest better than fuller? Really? Fuller is the best WR in the state not just the east!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Eastbetterthanwest says:

    Once again another dominant year expected from Downingtown East. Jay Harris is the best wideout in Se Pa period!

  7. Smh says:

    Ronald Womack West Catholic High…. one of three Pa. wideouts to rate in the Maryland Rivals Showcase also as per this board the best wideout at the Cheasapeak Bowl Tryout.

  8. Buddy says:


    I thought Sean Coleman was with St. Joe’s Prep?

    my mistake I’m sure.

  9. Dave Shultsa says:

    I say Patch Johnson from Unionville comes out and suprises everyone. His QB has a big arm and will break down defenses

  10. David Mika says:

    @ Jeremy. You are correct. Thanks for the tip!

    I confirmed it with their head coach. I will have a article about it up on the site soon.

  11. Jeremy says:

    Dubois Ross is at Freedom now

  12. D2 says:

    1. Ronny Tomasetti Mid valley – Ver Physical & a big tall target with speed. 41 receptions 714 yds 4 TD

    2. Karlon Quiller Scranton- Fast and good hands 27 Receptions 732 yds 8 TD

    3. Dave sweetman Riverside – might be the fastest WR in D2 43 receptions 586 yds 5 TD

    4. JC Show AH- Would be higher but I think basketball is a bigger priority to him. 34 receptions 482 yds 5 td.

    5. James Berger Western Wayne- Big & fast very versitle player can play a buch of positions. 20 Receptions 590 yds 8 td

    6. kyle carney Honesdale- Playmaker when he gets the ball in his hand 25 Receptions 480 yds 6 td