HS Football Stats: Receiving Leaderboard

2015 High School Football Statistical Leaders
Unofficial Receiving Stats

Note: Campbell, Leetonia, New Castle, Sebring, Sharpsville, Southington, Valley Christian and Warren JFK did not submit their statistics.

Receiving Yards
1.Ziyon Strickland (Sharon) – 1215
2.Jacob Ward (Columbiana) – 1156
3.Caleb Hunkus (Brookfield) – 884
4.Marlon Pearson (Niles) – 810
5.Noah Laster (Jackson-Milton) – 756
6.Dalton Miller (Columbiana) – 734
7.Ethan Reiser (Greenville) – 670
8.Marcus McCoy (Farrell) – 656
9.Jared White (Lisbon) – 642
10.Cody Allen (Springfield) – 636
11.Noah Bayus (Champion) – 612
12.Joey Dejulia (Hickory) – 608
13. Andrew Pryts (Hickory) – 598
14.Jake Humeniuk (Salem) – 595
15.Kasey Tingler (Brookfield) – 594
16.Collin Harden (Girard) – 592
17.Imoni Donadelle (East) – 590
18.Tariq Drake (LaBrae) – 585
19.Zach Meszaros (Sharon) – 540
20.Adam Smith (Jackson-Milton) – 530
21.Jasson Faison (Niles) – 498
22.Cooper Bezeredi (Salem) – 495
23.Malachi Newell (Farrell) – 490
24.Tekale Rushton (Struthers) – 474
25.Andrew Armstrong (Mooney) – 448

Receptions
1.Jacob Ward (Columbiana) – 60
1.Ziyon Strickland (Sharon) – 60
3.Caleb Hunkus (Brookfield) – 55
4.Noah Laster (Jackson-Milton) – 52
5.Dalton Miller (Columbiana) – 51
6.Cody Allen (Springfield) – 48
7.Marlon Pearson (Niles) – 46
8.Tariq Drake (LaBrae) – 44
9.Cooper Bezeredi (Salem) – 43
10.Joey DeJulia (Hickory) – 42
11.Jared White (Lisbon) – 41
12.Ethan Reiser (Greenville) – 40
13.Jake Humeniuk (Salem) – 37
13.Zach Meszaros (Sharon) – 37
15.Collin Harden (Girard) – 36
16.Malachi Newell (Farrell) – 35
16.Andrew Pryts (Hickory) – 35
18.Jasson Faison (Niles) – 34
19.Jake Reckard (McDonald) – 33
20.Noah Bayus (Champion) – 32
20.Adam Smith (Jackson-Milton) – 32
22.Brayden Martin (Grove City) – 31
22.Rob Lozier (West Branch) – 31
24.Cooper Smith (Columbiana) – 30
25.Austin R. Smith (West Branch) – 29
25.Marcus McCoy (Farrell) – 29

Receiving Touchdowns
1.Jacob Ward (Columbiana) – 15
1.Ziyon Strickland (Sharon) – 15
3.Caleb Hunkus (Brookfield) – 13
4.Jake Humeniuk (Salem) – 11
5.Kasey Tingler (Brookfield) – 10
6.Imoni Donadelle (East) – 9
6.Joey Dejulia (Hickory) – 9
6.Marlon Pearson (Niles) – 9
9.Colin Sweeney (Lisbon) – 8
9.Andrew Pryts (Hickory) – 8
11.Dalton Miller (Columbiana) – 7
11.Marcus McCoy (Farrell) – 7
11.Adam Smith (Jackson-Milton) – 7
11.Jared White (Lisbon) – 7
11.Cody Allen (Springfield) – 7
16.Noah Bayus (Champion) – 6
16.Collin Harden (Girard) – 6
16.Keevon Harris (LaBrae) – 6
16.Tyler Smith (Poland) – 6
16.Tekale Rushton (Struthers) – 6
16.Austin Rutecki (Lisbon) – 6
22.Travis Koontz (Boardman) – 5
22.Jatise Garrison (Lakeview, OH) – 5
22.Anthony Calcagni (Poland) – 5
22.D.J. Pullie (Salem) – 5
22.Jonathan Williams (Sharon) – 5
22.Marlin Richardson (Harding) – 5
22.Alik Bradford (Wellsville) – 5

Yards per Catch Average (min. of 10 catches)
1.Robbie Helmick (Mathews) – 30.1 (11 catches)
2.Imoni Donadelle (East) – 25.7 (23 catches)
3.Andrew Armstrong (Mooney) – 23.6 (19 catches)
4.Marcus McCoy (Farrell) – 22.6 (29 catches)
5.Kasey Tingler (Brookfield) – 22.0 (27 catches)
6.Dakota Hobbs (Ursuline) – 21.9 (12 catches)
7.Jeep DiCioccio (Western Reserve) – 21.3 (16 catches)
8.Jourdan Townsend (West Middlesex) – 20.9 (13 catches)
9.Evan Adair (Lakeview, OH) – 20.3 (14 catches)
9.Dylan McDanel (Reynolds) – 20.3 (10 catches)
9.Ziyon Strickland (Sharon) – 20.3 (60 catches)
12.Jack Patton (Wilmington) – 20.2 (11 catches)
13.Tyrel Adkins (Farrell) – 19.9 (11 catches)
13.Colin Sweeney (Lisbon) – 19.9 (20 catches)
15.Tyron Jefferson (East) – 19.7 (11 catches)
16.Jonathan Williams (Sharon) – 19.6 (15 catches)
17.Jacob Ward (Columbiana) – 19.3 (60 catches)
18.A.J. Turner (Grove City) – 19.2 (13 catches)
19.Brandon Allen (Champion) – 19.1 (32 catches)
20.Jimmy Knepper (Southern) – 18.6 (10 catches)
21.Rich Limongi (Niles) – 17.9 (15 catches)
22.Tyler Powers (United) – 17.7 (13 catches)
23.Marlon Pearson (Niles) – 17.6 (46 catches)
23.Anthony Calcagni (Poland) – 17.6 (16 catches)
23.Tekale Rushton (Struthers) – 17.6 (27 catches)

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