The Football Recruiting Process for Wide Receivers and their Size
One of the more interesting pieces of the position-by-position football recruiting PDF was that I broke down the size that college coaches are looking for at different positions (This e-book is still for sale at only $5.00 so click here for more information).
This got me thinking about all the different sizes of players in all classes at different positions.
I decided to take a look at the top five teams in Division I-A (aka BCS), Division I-AA (aka FCS), Division II, and Division III as they were ranked in polls last week.
I looked up each school, their top wide receiver, and how big they are. The sizes of these athletes really varied from Division to Division.
Outside of the freaks of nature in Julio Jones and Michael Crabtree, the size of the BCS receivers are not all that much bigger than all other Divisions.
The biggest receiver on the list was all 6-foot-6 of Ramses Barden. He plays for Cal Poly and they compete for the FCS title.
Julio Jones 6-foot-4, 210 pounds
Michael Crabtree 6-foot-3, 214 pounds
Jordan Shipley 6-foot, 190 pounds
Percy Harvin 5-foot-11, 195 pounds
Juaquin Iglesias 6-foot, 204 pounds
Rockeed McCarter 6-foot-3, 215 pounds
CoCo Hillary 5-foot-10, 190 pounds
Ramses Barden 6-foot-6 227 pounds
Johnny Gray 5-foot-9 185 pounds
Marc Mariani 6-foot, 185 pounds
Jonn Mathews 6-foot-3, 235 pounds
Johnny Knox 6-foot-1, 190 pounds
Northwest Missouri State
Kendall Wright 5-foot-11, 175 pounds
Chad Schroeder 5-foot-11, 178 pounds
Johnny Spevak 6-foot-3, 200 pounds
Cecil Shorts 6-foot, 180 pounds
Steve Hlavac 5-foot-9, 192 pounds
Kody LeMond 5-foot-11, 166 pounds
Eric McCarty 6-foot 186 pounds
Aaron Rusch 6-foot-3, 168 pounds
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