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Wake Forest National Signing Day: Wide Receivers

Wake Forest has signed every one of their 25 commits. Now it's time to provide a profile of each player. This article will feature the wide receivers.

Frederick Breedon

Here are the three wide receiver recruits.

Kameron Uter - (6-4/215) Pace Academy (Georgia)

Kameron Uter has all of the makings of the next fantastic playmaker for Wake Forest. Uter was originally committed to Vanderbilt, but opened his recruitment back up following previous head coach James Franklin leaving for Penn State. The two-sport star will play football and baseball for Wake Forest. Uter is a physical freak at 6-4, 215 pound and averaged more than 12 yards/reception last season. He accumulated more than 800 total yards as he also returned punts and kickoffs, including several that he returned for touchdowns. I anticipate the Uter will play next season alongside of Tyree Harris, Jonathan Williams and slot receiver E.J. Scott. He is a serious red zone threat.

Jaylan Barbour - (5-10/165) Monroe HS (North Carolina)

Barbour is an intriguing prospect and fits the mold of a slot receiver. In high school he had 130 receptions for more than 2,100 yards and 20 touchdowns. The speedster was also a four time state champion for Monroe High School's relay team. The speedster will probably red shirt this year as the slot receiver/flanker position will be played by E.J. Scott, John Armstrong and Orville Reynolds.

Cortez Lewis - (6-1/200) Demopolis HS (Alabama)

Cortez Lewis comes to Wake Forest from Demopolis, Alabama, where he was high school teammates with other 2014 signee, Demetrius Kemp. Lewis was named 1st-team All-County by the Demopolis Times during his sophomore, junior and senior campaigns. He is a top-90 wide receiver recruit according to ESPN. Like Barbour, I also expect Lewis to redshirt this season.