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Football: Southeastern Pa. Receiving Leaders

Southeastern Pa. Receiving Leaders

Football: Southeastern Pa. Receiving Leaders

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Coatesville senior wideout Chris Jones has 62 receptions for 1,393 yards and 22 touchdowns. (Lou Rabito/Inquirer Staff)

Southeastern Pa. Receiving Leaders

Here are some of the receiving leaders in Southeastern Pennsylvania football.

RECEIVING

Player, School G Rec. Yds. TDs

Chris Jones Coatesville 14 62 1,393 22

Andrew DeStefano Conestoga 10 76 1,004 14

William Fuller Roman Catholic 11 57 932 8

Sean Coleman La Salle 13 62 913 13

Clay Domine Perkiomen Valley 11 55 879 5

Jay Harris Down. East 11 54 792 13

Mark Everton Interboro 14 41 770 8

Chris Beals Down. East 11 49 757 8

Kevin Trusty Penncrest 11 48 748 7

Kenny Brown Harriton 10 34 745 7

Dre Boggs Coatesville 14 30 740 12

Kyle Wenger Souderton 11 34 736 4

Rashon Fentress Interboro 14 39 729 7

Earl Hargrove Academy Park 12 35 721 6

Cale Mosher C.B. South 12 44 696 8

Matt Raymond Owen J. Roberts 12 32 666 11

Chris Veisbergs Pope John Paul II 9 34 634 6

Jamal Custis Neumann-Goretti 11 29 606 9

Kyle Bigam Pennridge 14 26 606 9

Shaquille James West Catholic 11 33 600 7

Steve Veal C.B. South 12 42 598 7

Jimmy Herron La Salle 13 34 588 8

Tate Carter Spring-Ford 14 43 569 5

Ron Womack West Catholic 11 40 565 3

Chris Morgan Hav. School 11 33 563 1

Jared Braxton Avon Grove 10 26 555 4

Ricky Dempsey Hav. High 11 26 552 8

Brandon Knotts C.R. North 10 29 549 4

Denzel Turbeville Frankford 12 31 539 4

Juwan Valentine Harriton 10 30 528 7

Nick Brough Boyertown 11 25 513 5

Mike Grant Upper Merion 10 24 511 8

Quinn Hager Episcopal 9 22 503 4

Paul Weeks C.B. South 11 29 478 6

Tim Tadros Pope John Paul II 9 20 472 5

Conor McGrath Upper Merion 11 27 473 5

Justin Andrews Neshaminy 12 30 454 6

Cooper Given Methacton 11 26 452 5

Dan Young Penncrest 10 31 452 4

Corey Schott C.B. West 10 39 435 1

Alton Custus Plymouth Whitemarsh 7 29 433 4

Kurt Logan C.B. West 10 29 419 4

Ryan Pannella Phoenixville 12 23 419 3

Martin Dorsey Conestoga 10 33 408 6

Jamel Stinson Pope John Paul II 10 35 400 2

Gordon Bentley Wissahickon 12 20 391 6

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