247 Crystal Ball Prediction: Texas A&M (78 percent); USC (16 percent)
Christian Kirk is capable of owning opponents early and putting them away. The Saguaro High School star did just that against rival Chaparral High School, contributing in various phases throughout a 41-14 victory.
Kirk caught a 70-yard touchdown on the game's second play, per Justin Emerson of USA Today. He ended up scoring four times, though two visits to the end zone were nullified due to Saguaro penalties.
The 5'10", 191-pound playmaker showed off a dynamic skill set that has some comparing him to former Florida standout Percy Harvin (see video above). Kirk finished the contest with 186 receiving yards, 117 rushing yards and two punt returns for 63 yards.
Those 366 all-purpose yards tell the story of how he can affect matchups. He accounted for 30 touchdowns and more than 2,000 offensive yards as a junior, including 832 on the ground.
His efforts during a 2013 state championship run also featured 55 tackles and two interceptions on defense.
"He's just so spectacular," Saguaro coach Jason Mohns told Scott Bordow of AZCentral.com after Kirk's latest performance. "He's physical, he has an extremely high football IQ, he has great vision and his top speed is electric. You can't help but have your jaw drop."
He is set to use an official visit at Texas A&M this month. USC, Auburn, Arizona State, UCLA and Ohio State are also featured among his top six collegiate options.
"I just want an offensive coordinator who is open to me playing every wide receiver position on the field," Kirk said in July. "When a guy tells me 'We want you here in the slot,' and they don't want to move me anywhere else, that's not what I'm looking for. I may not be 6'3", but I want to be a true wide receiver who stretches the field."