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Top 25 wide receiver commits in 2025

Collin-headshotby:Collin Ginnan05/17/24


Official visit season is nearing full swing as many of the top prospects in the nation continue to search for their home at the next level. Some of the best wide receivers in the 2025 cycle have already announced their college decisions, but a lot of top pass-catchers are still on the board.

Of the top 50 wide receivers, 14 are currently committed to Power 4 programs.

Below are the top 25 committed wide receivers in the On3 Industry Ranking, as of May 17.

5-star Dallas Wilson — Oregon

Dallas Wilson
Photo by Chad Simmons/On3

School: Tampa Bay Tech
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 22

Scouting Summary: Dallas Wilson is a twitchy wide receiver with the ability to win at the catch point and some of the best after-catch ability in the cycle. Measured in at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds with good length prior to his junior season. A good athlete who runs well in the combine setting. Shows a well-rounded skill set on Friday nights. A functional athlete who has a noticeable bounce in his movement. Shows quick feet with the ability to cut on a dime. Physical and flashes strong hands at the catch point. Attacks the ball in high-point situations. Outstanding after the catch. Sticks his foot in the ground and gets upfield quickly. Has great contact balance and breaks arm tackles. Dangerous when working underneath and over the middle of the field. Caught 49 passes for 879 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior. Will need to continue adding polish to his game. Projects as a versatile X receiver with the ability to threaten all areas of the field.”

4-star Elijah Thomas — Oklahoma

Sooners WR commit Elijah Thomas
Elijah Thomas. (Photo by: Josh McCuistion –

School: Checotah (Okla.)
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 119

On Thomas: Elijah Thomas showed off why the Sooners fell in love with his blend of speed, easy change of direction, and huge catch radius. The latter is one of the more notable aspects of his game as he not only has the ability to catch the ball high and low but has that rare ability to make catches at odd, seemingly uncomfortable, angles.” — Sooner Scoop’s Josh McCuistion

4-star Adrian Wilson — Arizona State

4-star WR Adrian Wilson (Sam Spiegelman, On3)

School: Pflugerville (Texas) Weiss
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 157

Scouting Summary: Adrian Wilson is a bouncy outside receiver with a large catch radius and some of the better ball skills in the 2025 cycle. Measured in at around 6-foot-0.5, 165 pounds prior to his junior season. Flashes high-end ball skills on Friday nights and plays bigger than his size. Comes down with impressive grabs in jump ball and contested catch situations. Easily tracks the ball over his shoulder. Dangerous in the red zone. Effective at working down the sideline or over the middle of the field. Off to a strong start as a junior with double-digit touchdown catches midway through the season. Can continue improving his route-running and top-end speed.”

4-star Isaiah Mozee — Oregon

Isaiah Mozee
Photo by Chad Simmons/On3

School: Lee’s Summit (Mo.) North
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 214

On Mozee: “Athletically Isaiah Mozee is very twitchy and quick in the short area. He can accelerate in and out of his breaks and is a tough target to hit in the short area. He has the mixture of contact balance and body control to make quick moves post catch and create space for YAC opportunities. Mozee even played some running back for Lees Summit High last year. From an explosive linear speed standpoint, Mozee is good but not elite. He has enough speed to run away at the HS level but I don’t know that he is a guy that will be a burner in the B1G. Despite only having good speed I think his fluid hips and stop/start ability will allow him to still be a threat at all 3 levels in college. He’s savvy and athletic enough to change speeds and create separation on deeper routes without the elite deep speed.” — ScoopDuck’s Justin Hopkins

4-star Radarious Jackson — Tennessee

Radarious Jackson

School: Memphis (Tenn.) Sheffield
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 235

Radarious Jackson committed to Tennessee on April 22, choosing the Volunteers over Auburn, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. Jackson’s relationship with head coach Josh Heupel and his staff at Knoxville was a primary factor in Jackson’s decision.

4-star De’zie Jones — Ohio State

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Ohio State wide receiver commit De’Zie Jones. (via De’Zie Jones)

School: Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 243

On Jones: “As mentioned above, Jones is as pure of a slot receiver as you’ll identify. His frame — 5-foot-10, 175 pounds — lends it naturally to playing in the slot. He had a productive junior season for the Spartans. Jones racked up 851 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 52 receptions. He was a bit of an all-purpose guy as well with five carries for 66 yards.” — Lettermen Row’s Matt Parker

4-star Tristian Gentry — Texas Tech

2025 WR Tristian Gentry (Tristian Gentry/IG)

School: Stephenville (Texas)
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 249

4-star Daylon Singleton — SMU

4-star 2025 WR Daylon Singleton (Sam Spiegelman, On3)

School: DeSoto (Texas)
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 270

On Singleton: “Unbelievable,” DeSoto head coach Claude Mathis told On3 after Daylon Singleton‘s three-touchdown state title performance. “I didn’t know he had that many yards and touchdowns as well. We have done it all year long so it’s just to be expected. On a big stage like this, you’ve got to enjoy it. Coach Sweeney had him ready to play.”

4-star TaRon Francis — LSU

2025 WR TaRon Francis. (On3)

School: New Orleans Edna Karr
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 281

Scout’s Take: “TaRon Francis is an interesting prospect,” On3 National Director of Scouting and Rankings Charles Power said of TaRon Francis. “There’s not a very large sample size on him at this point, but he’s advanced physically. He’s got good size. Moves well. Has the nickname ManChild and when you watch him play, that’s an apt nickname. Strong after the catch, physically advanced.”

4-star Cooper Perry — Oregon

Cooper Perry
Cooper Perry/Instagram

School: Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame Preparatory
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 285

On Perry: “Athletically Cooper Perry is really well rounded. He not only has great stop start and straight line explosive athleticism but has truly elite athletic body control. Perry is fluid changing directions and can really get up and attack jump balls in contested situations. Perry has + speed and change of direction as a ball carrier. His high end lacrosse skillset is expressed through his contact balance. Perry is a strong route runner that can run through reroutes/contact and stay on line and with further development should truly excel throughout the route tree.” — ScoopDuck’s Justin Hopkins

4-star Quintin Simmons — Kentucky

School: Cincinnati Withrow
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 304

4-star Waden Charles — Miami

School: Boynton Beach (Fla.) Palm Beach Central
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 322

4-star Raiden Vines-Bright — Washington

School: Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 324

4-star Jerome Myles — Ole Miss

School: West Jordan (Utah) Corner Canyon
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 337

4-star Dillon Alfred — Ole Miss

School: Gautier (Miss.) Saraland
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 341

4-star Brian Rowe — South Carolina

School: Concord (N.C.) Jay M. Robinson
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 345

4-star Darien Williams — Syracuse

School: Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers Academy
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 389

4-star Romero Ison — USC

School: Baltimore City College
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 392

4-star Lotzeir Brooks — Alabama

School: Millville (N.J.)
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 399

3-star Gracen Harris — Oklahoma

School: Ennis (Texas)
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 412

3-star Jaden Perez — Oklahoma State

School: San Antonio Brandeis
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 430

3-star Carleton Preston — Clemson

School: Woodbridge (Va.) Freedom
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 453

3-star Josiah Abdullah — Florida

School: Atlanta Woodward Academy
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 462

3-star Elijah Burress — Notre Dame

School: Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 484

3-star Lyrick Samuel — Penn State

School: Brooklyn (N.Y.) Erasmus Hall
On3 Industry Ranking: No. 503