West Coast's 2012 receiver class is loaded 

April, 30, 2010
The 2011 West Coast receiver class is very strong, but the recent SoCal Nike Camp proved the 2012 class might be even better. Here's a look at some of the top underclass pass-catchers who impressed and have a chance to be heavily recruited a year from now.

Davonte Neal (Phoenix, Ariz./Chaparral)
He has all the tools to be among the most heavily recruited players in the nation, regardless of position, next year. The 5-foot-9, 171-pounder has been well known regionally due to his track numbers prior to his freshman year of football. Arizona State, BYU and Boston College offered Neal following his freshman season and it wouldn't be surprising to see him hit double digits by the end of the summer. At the Nike camp, he was the most explosive receiver. He's lightning quick in and out of his breaks, showed strong hands and plays with a lot of swagger. Ohio State, West Virginian, UCLA, Arizona State and Georgia head Neal's early list.

Gabriel Marks (Los Angeles/Venice)
He was not the most explosive or dynamic pass-catcher at the camp, but was the most consistent and that earned him wide receiver MVP honors. He is smooth running his routes and makes catching look effortless. There's no wasted motion with Marks and he was turning around defensive backs all camp long. The 5-11, 155-pounder is also a talented defensive back and will get looks on both sides of the ball. Oregon, USC, UCLA, Texas, Cincinnati, and Texas Tech top Marks' list.