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Jason Rivers is a 6-2, 195 receiver from Honolulu (Hawaii) Saint Louis, and Rivers is the top receiver in the islands this year. As the fastest prepster in Hawaii, Jason's play on the gridiron was bound to attract attention. When you add to that his reported 40-inch vertical jump, college coaches are tripping over themselves to get a glimpse.

"I think I do well in the red zone, the jump balls," Rivers told "The DB's just aren't big enough to handle me. And I can do the short balls and long balls equally well." He caught 629 yards worth of passes, with 16 grabs resulting in touchdowns. The yardage doesn't stand out, but the 23 yards per catch average does. Even though Kahuku won state last year, Rivers was named... Recommended Stories

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