Foothill’s Braeden Wilson comes in at No. 5 on our list of Southern Nevada’s top five pass catchers.
To create the list, we spoke with coaches from the Mountain and Desert Regions. A couple of the base questions were: “Who is the top high school pass catcher today?” and “Who would you pick to start a team?”
Then we grabbed the statistics from last season, looked at the player’s collective rankings on recruiting websites and used our own judgment to fill holes.
Stay tuned for the rest of our pass catchers and defensive player lists that will be unveiled each week until the end of July.
Nevada Preps Pass Catchers Rank: Foothill’s Braeden Wilson
6 feet, 3 inches; 200 pounds
All-Southeast League First Team (2017)
Last Year’s Stats
Wilson led the Falcons with 43 catches for 587 yards and seven touchdowns. He averaged 13.7 yards per reception, and his seven touchdowns were the second most on the team among all position players.
What they are saying
— “Those guys are getting faster and stronger,” one Desert Region coach said of Wilson, and the rest of Foothill’s receivers.
— “Braeden Wilson was (Foothill’s) top receiver,” another Desert Region coach said.
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