Top 5 WV Wide Receivers in AA/A for 2020

C&C’s 2020 West Virginia High School Coaches Clinics

The last two years we have been honored to found the West Virginia High School Coaches Clinics. We have grown it substantially and our talented lineup of speakers is only getting better! We had a successful Southern clinic and are now looking to do the same up north!

Paying for one camp grants access to both! If you purchased access to the Southern Clinic, the Northern Clinic will be free of charge. OR, you can prepay below for only $30 and have both camps taken care of immediately!

We look forward to seeing you all and having a great learning and networking experience!


C&C’s 2020 WV Offensive Skill Sheet

For our second off-season, we will be releasing to the public our Offensive Skill Scout Sheet. It will not include the numeric ratings seen on the same sheets seen by college coaches but will use a color-coded guide. It will not have player’s academic and contact info- which will be seen by colleges.

What’s on it?

215 organized and evaluated 2021-2024 West Virginia Quarterbacks, Runningbacks, and Wide Receivers.

Where can I see it?

You can download it by clicking the link below. It is an Excel file so it is best to viewed on a computer.

Do colleges have to pay?

No, colleges will not pay for our scout sheets. They will be sent an all-in-one scout sheet that includes further information to assist in the recruiting process.


Honorable Mentions

Tariq Miller (North Marion) 2022

Keandre Sarver (Summers County) 2021

Isaiah Valentine (Shady Spring) 2021

TIE – 4. Anthony Jackson

Jackson is perhaps the most raw of the five top receivers listed but he has an inept ability to make big plays. He has a very long stride along with pretty good speed which lets him get a lot of separation. He is also well-sized which allows him to move around inside and out to create mismatches for his offense. Jackson has proven to be a vital weapon for a Wildcat system that showed at times to be a dangerous air raid offense.

TIE – 4. Juwuan Green

Green will be the first listed of three talented Bluefield receivers. His skillset along with the others is a likely reason Coach Fred Simon pushed for a more pass-heavy offense. Green is a great natural athlete that can create a lot of electricity with the ball in his hands. More advanced route running will need to be developed but his foundation is high enough for him to be considered one of the more dangerous pass catchers in the state.

3. Jacorian Green

Jacorian, despite being the younger, gets his difference in rating from a slight difference in listed size. He, like his brother, has a very natural running style that is not only fast but graceful enough to make high-level moves. Getting Green in space will position him to do a lot with the ball in his hands. He also doubles as a game-changing return man that will literally create strategic problems for opposing teams.

2. Brandon Wiley

Wiley rose to be a prominent star in a Beaver offense featuring tons of firepower and explosiveness. Perhaps no one ran vertical routes more effectively than him in 2019. He has well-rounded speed but gets most of his separation with fluid, simple route running. He will be the head of a three-headed receiving attack in AA and will more than likely be the homerun hitter with occasional short-medium route catches to compliment his skillset.

1. Toby Payne

The recent Marshall-offeree and younger brother of Ethan Payne, reigning Kennedy Award winner, took another big step as a sophomore performer. For an upcoming junior, Payne is highly developed physically and has played a plethora of positions. Within the Dot offense, he is often times put out wide where he is easily not only bigger and stronger but faster as well than his opponents. He is a fantastic all-around athlete and is a natural pass catcher and playmaker- not to mention he is very good defender in the secondary as well.