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Early signing period commits: wide receiver position is still strong

Here are early signing period signees at the wide receiver position so far.

NCAA Football: Arizona State at Texas Tech Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas Tech football program has been synonymous with the wide receiver position for years, with great names such as Wes Welker, Danny Amendola, Jace Amaro and Jakeem Grant, just to name a few. Here are early signing period signees at the wide receiver position so far.

Sterling Galban

Galban is a three-star prospect who reminds me of Jakeem Grant with the way he plays. He is 5’10 and will most likely play the slot position. Just watching his highlights, you can easily notice the quick burst of speed. Galban had 70 receptions this year for 942 yards and 11 touchdowns. He will not only be a threat from the receiver position but from the kick and punt return spot as well.

Corey Fulcher

Fulcher is a three-star recruit who played both running back and receiver this year. He had 18 rushing touchdowns to go with 950 yards on the ground and 54 receptions for 550 yards and 3 receiving touchdowns. He has a large frame at 6’2 and will be a threat at the outside receiver spot.

Erik Ezukanma

Ezukanma is the highest rated recruit so far of the Red Raider’s class of 2018. He is a four-star receiver who’s amassed more than 150 receptions and 2,400 yards during his high school career. He also has scored 36 touchdowns in his career. He is 6’2 and will probably play outside receiver for the Red Raiders. Look for him to have an immediate impact as early as next season.

Myller Royals

A three-star recruit out of Abilene Cooper is long, with a 6’4 frame. He will most definitely play the outside receiver and will be a go-up-and-catch-it kind of player. He had 91 receptions for more than 1,400 yards and 16 touchdowns his senior year and could potentially make an impact as early as next year.