OMAHA SHOWCASE: Class of ’24 WRs that are young and skilled – A look at some of the class of 2024 play making WRs that impressed on Sunday at Bellevue East HS, showcasing good hands, great speed and some of the most exciting play makers on their respective teams to watch out for and know in the coming years.
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Jacob Adem, 5-6, 120, WR, 2024, Robbinsdale Armstrong – Plymouth (MN) @Jacob_adem
Among the most impressive and versatile play making WRs at the Omaha Showcase, Adem has a great understanding of the game and his technique and his catching ability and ability to make plays when needed make this fast and good hands Minnesota play maker a big time name to know in the Minnesota class of 2024. Lean and impressive play maker and a must see in the ‘24 class.
283 — Morgan Finkenbinder, 5-9, 150, WR, 2024, Skutt Catholic @MoFinkenbinder
Also and excellent soccer player and well rounded athlete, this Skutt Catholic WR will look to use his excellent footwork and quick feet to be a nice target for the offensive passing attack at Skutt, no doubt one of the flyers down the field that with good hands could emerge as a nice weapon in 2021, A speedster to take some notice of for sure.
237 — Juan Matos, 5-8, 165, WR, 2024, Millard South @Juan11matos
A lean and fast play maker in the Millard South receiving core, Matos will look to give speed and impressive down field play making skills in the coming years for the Millard South offensive passing game and attack. No doubt a player that will look to use his fast wheels to be a name maker in the next three seasons ahead.
582 — Damian Nordahl, 6-2, 220, TE, 2024, Millard North @DamianNordahl
Millard North for sure had a lot of fine players at the Omaha Showcase and one of the guys that was a younger but very impressive WR was big TE and 6-2, 220 pound ‘24 target Damian Nordahl. Nordahl is a player who has that frame that is likely to spell major trouble, no doubt a big time frame at 220 that could be a great combo blocker and TE with hands to watch out for.
54 — Charlie Pugh, 6-2, 180, WR, 2024, Cherry Creek – Greenwood Village (CO) @charlie_pughh
Matches the tallest class of 2024 WR at the Omaha Showcase and one of the taller overall players there, no doubt at 6-2 this ‘24 pass catcher from Cherry Creek High School in Colorado is one of those guys that fits the mold to be a big time future pass catcher. Pugh is a player that will use that size to go up and make some of the big grabs for his team and look to be a guy that has a bright future with three years left, no doubt will be a guy that needs to be on the radar for big time potential.
174 — Zander Reuling, 5-9, 165, WR, 2024, Kearney @Zanderreuling
Zander is a WR and strong safety for Kearney High School that will look to be one of their key new faces in the next few seasons and has the speed to be one of their go to downfield targets and a big play maker as a sophomore in 2021. Reuling is one of those players that can use 4.7 speed in the 40 and get open well, a player that with added experience could be a major impact maker and a big time prospect. Has already proven he is one of those big time good hands play makers and a deep threat that can be a major offensive weapon.
351 — J’Shawn Unger, 6-3, WR/TE, 2024, Blair @JshawnUnger1
One of the most electric play makers in the Nebraska class of 2024, Unger had one huge freshman season in 2020 for Blair, he racked up 529 yards receiving on 35 receptions and scored eight TDs with a 15.1 yards per catch average. 6-3 and long and lean, Unger also has a body that is one that should attract some fast and furious next level college attention as well. Also plays OLB, and is a long and rangy defender that can really make it tough on an offense to get any edge momentum.