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Georgia's top high school football players: Meet the state’s best wide receivers

Who are the top wide receivers in Georgia high school football this season?
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By Marquis Chambers

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a position-by-position look at some of the top players in Georgia high school football.

Our first list focused on the running backs, and next up are the wide receivers.

There are thousands of standout football players in Georgia, and these lists are not intended to be comprehensive! Use the comments section to discuss the other wide receivers worthy of fans’ attention in 2021.

Pictured above is Collins Hill's Travis Hunter (photo by Jamie Spaar), the No. 1-ranked senior in the country who suffered an ankle injury Oct. 1, but the injury isn't as bad as was originally feared.

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TOP WIDE RECEIVERS IN GEORGIA

Travis Hunter, Collins Hill

The No. 1-ranked senior in the country came into the season with high expectations, and he's exceeded them, especially on the offensive side of the ball. After a 1,500-yard season as a junior, Hunter picked up right where he left off in his first game as a senior, catching 13 passes for 232 yards and two scores, plus made an interception on defense (and he even threw a touchdown pass). “He’s a special dude,” Collins Hill coach Lenny Gregory said. “His football IQ is like he’s a coach on the field. When he comes over on the sidelines, he’s telling us what to do, what the other team is doing and what we need to run. He’s gotta be the highest-IQ football player I’ve ever coached; he’s the best football player I’ve ever coached."