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Spartanburg area high school football wide receivers entering the season 2023

As the South Carolina high school football season draws closer each day, here’s a look at the top wide receivers in the Spartanburg area to keep an eye on for the 2023 season. Hs Football Nwes

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Chapman | Jr
After starring on the junior varsity last season, Black will get plenty of opportunities for targets on the varsity this season as the defense will likely focus on star senior Rashaan Cunningham.
With that opportunity, his speed and the return of starting quarterback Coleman Gray, Black is expected to be the next in Chapman’s line of great receivers that includes his older brother and South Carolina player DJ Black, DeBo Samuel of the San Francisco 49ers and his current counterpart.

Chamarrius Bomar
Byrnes Jr
A two-way player and three-star recruit for Byrnes, as a receiver and cornerback, Bomer’s athleticism shined in the Rebels’ explosive offense last season by catching 20 passes for 405 yards and five touchdowns – an average of 20.3 yards per catch.
As good as Bomber is on the other side of the ball, his offense may be limited, but when you see him line up on offense there’s a good chance for dynamic play.

Rashan Cunningham
Chapman | senior
With 66 catches, 1,357 all-purpose yards and 16 total touchdowns, Cunningham is one of the most productive receivers returning to the Spartanburg area this season. He currently holds offers from Howard, Wingate, North Greenville and others.


When you have a 1,000-yard running back and four college-level offensive linemen, it’s probably a good idea not to overextend yourself and just run the ball. That’s what Doraemon did last season under coach Dustin Curtis.
This season, the running backs, linemen and Curtis are gone, but the Cavaliers return their speedy leading receiver Tra’von Fernandez — who caught 22 passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns (21% of Dorman’s catches). Add that Doraemon under new coach Jake Morris should be a more balanced team, meaning an expanded role for Fernandez.

Amazon Littlejohn
Gaffney senior
With a team-leading 64 catches, Littlejohn, who has offers from The Citadel, Benedict College, North Greenville and Limestone, gained 725 yards and scored four touchdowns for Gaffney last season. With fellow starters Drew Medley and JaMarcus Smith back, defenses won’t be able to focus on shutting him down.

Drew Medley
Gaffney senior
Medley, a College of Charleston baseball commit, was an explosive game waiting to happen for Gaffney last season. He caught 34 passes for 750 yards – an average of 22.1 yards per catch – and seven touchdowns.

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Corey Scott
Woodruff senior
Scott played a key role in Woodruff’s offense last season and even relieved the injured Carson Tucker at quarterback, expecting Scott to be the primary weapon in a Wolverine offense this season that will require his positional versatility and football IQ.

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Rael Senghar
Spartanburg | senior
With a new era on the offensive side of the ball in Spartanburg, Senghor is a player who should take advantage of the opportunity and be an outside playmaker for quarterback Tamijai Johnson. Senghor caught 24 passes for 314 yards and two touchdowns last season.

Armani Weaver
Byrnes Jr
Like his half-brother, Chamorrius Bomer, Weaver was a three-star recruit who played cornerback and receiver, catching 36 passes for 599 yards and six touchdowns. With Byrnes’ top receiver Kai Cook graduating, it will be interesting to see how coach Reggie Shaw splits Bomer and Weaver’s time between their two positions. more news



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