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2024 2024 WR Ryan Wingo receives offer

Liberty City El

Dejazmach
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6’2 200lbs 5-star WR out of STL, goes to St. Louis University

Had a great Sophomore season with 32rec 636yds & 9TD’s receiving, 214yds & 4TD’s rushing, plus 213yds & 1TD in Kickoffs.

Is an ELITE high caliber prototype X/Field WR, is terrific route technician with great hands. He has textbook releases off the line with quick feet in his set up moves while having a smooth long stride running gait. He displays great physicality in his upper body creating separation at the top of his routes while getting depth & stacking DB’s on the backend getting in & out of breaks. He showed great stemming ability when running Corner & Post routes & suddenness in his footwork when making quick cuts & shifting as a ball carrier in the open field when playing RB & as KR. He’s an advanced level route runner being to able to properly run Digs, Posts, Curls & Comebacks, which means he’ll be able to play as a TF where he goes because he’s not just running 9 routes all day.

Has really great speed, especially for a 6’2 200lbs kid;
Had good 100m times of 10.89, 10.97 & reportedly ran a 10.64 earlier this year





Another elite STL WR; STL/Missouri & Illinois for WR’s has become what Texas is to QB’s, a damn factory.

- 2022 5-star WR Luther Burden, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 4-star WR Kevin Coleman, signed with Jackson ST
- 2022 4-star WR Tyler Morris, signed with Michigan
- 2022 4-star WR Reggie Fleurima, signed with Northwestern
- 2022 4-star WR Ja’Marion Wayne, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 3-star WR Jason Essex, signed with Iowa ST
- 2022 3-star WR Mudia Reuben, signed with Stanford
- 2021 4-star WR Dominic Lovett, signed with Mizzou
- 2021 3-star WR Keontez Lewis, signed with UCLA (transferred to Wisconsin)
- 2021 3-star WR Jaylin Noel, signed with Iowa ST
- 2020 4-star WR Jordan Johnson, signed with Notre Dame
- 2020 4-star WR Teriyon “Mookie” Cooper, signed with OH ST (transferred to Mizzou)
- 2020 4-star WR AJ Henning, signed with Michigan
- 2020 4-star WR Jadon Thompson, signed with Cincinnati
- 2020 3-star WR Alante Brown, signed with Nebraska
- 2020 3-star WR James Frenchie, signed with Illinois
- 2019 5-star WR Jameson Williams, signed with OH ST (transferred to Bama)
- 2019 4-star WR Isaiah Williams, signed with Illinois
- 2019 4-star WR Marcus Washington, signed with Texas
- 2019 3-star WR RaJae Johnson, signed with UAB
- 2018 4-star WR Kamryn Babb, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Cameron Brown, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Micah Jones, signed with Notre Dame


He’s also the younger brother of former Arkansas RB Ronnie Wingo Jr.


Offers:
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TheU 4ever

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6’2 200lbs 5-star WR out of STL, goes to St. Louis University

Had a great Sophomore season with 32rec 636yds & 9TD’s receiving, 214yds & 4TD’s rushing, plus 213yds & 1TD in Kickoffs.

Is an ELITE high caliber prototype X/Field WR, is terrific route technician with great hands. He has textbook releases off the line with quick feet in his set up moves while having a smooth long stride running gait. He displays great physicality in his upper body creating separation at the top of his routes while getting depth & stacking DB’s on the backend getting in & out of breaks. He showed great stemming ability when running Corner & Post routes & suddenness in his footwork when making quick cuts & shifting as a ball carrier in the open field when playing RB & as KR. He’s an advanced level route runner being to able to properly run Digs, Posts, Curls & Comebacks, which means he’ll be able to play as a TF where he goes because he’s not just running 9 routes all day.

Has really great speed, especially for a 6’2 200lbs kid;
Had good 100m times of 10.89, 10.97 & reportedly ran a 10.64 earlier this year





Another elite STL WR; STL/Missouri & Illinois for WR’s has become what Texas is to QB’s, a damn factory.

- 2022 5-star WR Luther Burden, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 4-star WR Kevin Coleman, signed with Jackson ST
- 2022 4-star WR Tyler Morris, signed with Michigan
- 2022 4-star WR Reggie Fleurima, signed with Northwestern
- 2022 4-star WR Ja’Marion Wayne, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 3-star WR Jason Essex, signed with Iowa ST
- 2022 3-star WR Mudia Reuben, signed with Stanford
- 2021 4-star WR Dominic Lovett, signed with Mizzou
- 2021 3-star WR Keontez Lewis, signed with UCLA (transferred to Wisconsin)
- 2021 3-star WR Jaylin Noel, signed with Iowa ST
- 2020 4-star WR Jordan Johnson, signed with Notre Dame
- 2020 4-star WR Teriyon “Mookie” Cooper, signed with OH ST (transferred to Mizzou)
- 2020 4-star WR AJ Henning, signed with Michigan
- 2020 4-star WR Jadon Thompson, signed with Cincinnati
- 2020 3-star WR Alante Brown, signed with Nebraska
- 2020 3-star WR James Frenchie, signed with Illinois
- 2019 5-star WR Jameson Williams, signed with OH ST (transferred to Bama)
- 2019 4-star WR Isaiah Williams, signed with Illinois
- 2019 4-star WR Marcus Washington, signed with Texas
- 2019 3-star WR RaJae Johnson, signed with UAB
- 2018 4-star WR Kamryn Babb, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Cameron Brown, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Micah Jones, signed with Notre Dame


He’s also the younger brother of former Arkansas RB Ronnie Wingo Jr.


Offers:
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Outstanding work LCE! Thank you for your continued great work. This kid looks like a great prospect. Need our coaches to get on this outstanding athlete in hurry.
 

Liberty City El

Dejazmach
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He’s a kid that @Unique & @Geo305 have mentioned before.

I would guess that the usual suspects of OH ST, Bama, Mizzou, Notre Dame would obviously have the best shot at him, but Gattis has history recruiting in the region & landing high ranked Missouri/Illinois kids at Michigan, so maybe we have a shot.

Although recruiting Midwest kids to Michigan is a lot easier than getting them to Miami, Jeff Thomas notwithstanding.

Either way, he’s arguably the best WR in the Nation for the 24 class & we’re throwing our hat in the ring.
 

TRick72

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6’2 200lbs 5-star WR out of STL, goes to St. Louis University

Had a great Sophomore season with 32rec 636yds & 9TD’s receiving, 214yds & 4TD’s rushing, plus 213yds & 1TD in Kickoffs.

Is an ELITE high caliber prototype X/Field WR, is terrific route technician with great hands. He has textbook releases off the line with quick feet in his set up moves while having a smooth long stride running gait. He displays great physicality in his upper body creating separation at the top of his routes while getting depth & stacking DB’s on the backend getting in & out of breaks. He showed great stemming ability when running Corner & Post routes & suddenness in his footwork when making quick cuts & shifting as a ball carrier in the open field when playing RB & as KR. He’s an advanced level route runner being to able to properly run Digs, Posts, Curls & Comebacks, which means he’ll be able to play as a TF where he goes because he’s not just running 9 routes all day.

Has really great speed, especially for a 6’2 200lbs kid;
Had good 100m times of 10.89, 10.97 & reportedly ran a 10.64 earlier this year





Another elite STL WR; STL/Missouri & Illinois for WR’s has become what Texas is to QB’s, a damn factory.

- 2022 5-star WR Luther Burden, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 4-star WR Kevin Coleman, signed with Jackson ST
- 2022 4-star WR Tyler Morris, signed with Michigan
- 2022 4-star WR Reggie Fleurima, signed with Northwestern
- 2022 4-star WR Ja’Marion Wayne, signed with Mizzou
- 2022 3-star WR Jason Essex, signed with Iowa ST
- 2022 3-star WR Mudia Reuben, signed with Stanford
- 2021 4-star WR Dominic Lovett, signed with Mizzou
- 2021 3-star WR Keontez Lewis, signed with UCLA (transferred to Wisconsin)
- 2021 3-star WR Jaylin Noel, signed with Iowa ST
- 2020 4-star WR Jordan Johnson, signed with Notre Dame
- 2020 4-star WR Teriyon “Mookie” Cooper, signed with OH ST (transferred to Mizzou)
- 2020 4-star WR AJ Henning, signed with Michigan
- 2020 4-star WR Jadon Thompson, signed with Cincinnati
- 2020 3-star WR Alante Brown, signed with Nebraska
- 2020 3-star WR James Frenchie, signed with Illinois
- 2019 5-star WR Jameson Williams, signed with OH ST (transferred to Bama)
- 2019 4-star WR Isaiah Williams, signed with Illinois
- 2019 4-star WR Marcus Washington, signed with Texas
- 2019 3-star WR RaJae Johnson, signed with UAB
- 2018 4-star WR Kamryn Babb, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Cameron Brown, signed with OH ST
- 2018 4-star WR Micah Jones, signed with Notre Dame


He’s also the younger brother of former Arkansas RB Ronnie Wingo Jr.


Offers:
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Mizzou should have a pretty good WR room with Burden, Wayne and Cooper
 

cway313

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He’s a kid that @Unique & @Geo305 have mentioned before.

I would guess that the usual suspects of OH ST, Bama, Mizzou, Notre Dame would obviously have the best shot at him, but Gattis has history recruiting in the region & landing high ranked Missouri/Illinois kids at Michigan, so maybe we have a shot.

Although recruiting Midwest kids to Michigan is a lot easier than getting them to Miami, Jeff Thomas notwithstanding.

Either way, he’s arguably the best WR in the Nation for the 24 class & we’re throwing our hat in the ring.
National recruiting is refreshing, now we need some of these young goons to commit.
 

786 Cane

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I used to think Chicago and STL were basketball cities, but looking at the prospects they've produced the last several years, there is some real talent in those metro areas
When I think of Chicago and St. Louis I think Baseball.
 

Liberty City El

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I used to think Chicago and STL were basketball cities, but looking at the prospects they've produced the last several years, there is some real talent in those metro areas
They still are Basketball heavy regions, mostly all of the great WR’s that are coming from there play BBall too.

But overall, it’s just a high talent region altogether, because they’re producing elite Football & Basketball players.
 
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