|| Jack Austin
Posted career prep totals of 135 receptions, 2069 receiving yards and 17 touchdown catches.
247Composite (3), 247Sports (3), ESPN (3), Rivals (3), Scout (3)
Overall: 247Composite (943); Wide Receiver: ESPN (75), Scout (84), 247Composite (129), 247Sports (183)
Overall: ESPN (91)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA RANKINGS
Overall: ESPN (64), 247Composite (106), 247Sports (154)
247Composite (0.8404), 247Sports (82), ESPN (78), Rivals (5.5)
INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCHOOL HONORS
2012: All-Southern Section Inland Division, All-Sierra League
INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCHOOL STATS/NOTES (RANKINGS)
CAREER (2010-12): 135 receptions, 2069 yards, 17 TD ... 5 rushes, 52 yards ... 5 punt returns, 75 yards ... 6 kick returns, 121 yards ... 104 points (17 TD, 2 conversions) ... 11 100-yard receiving games
2012: 71 receptions, 1128 yards (No. 1 in Sierra League), 6 TD ... 2 rushes, 1 yard ... 5 punt returns, 75 yards ... 6 kick returns, 121 yards ... 38 points (6 TD, 2 conversions) ... career highs of 14 receptions and 210 receiving yards vs. Great Oak ... 6 100-yard receiving games, including 4 in a row at one point ... season-high 2 TD catches against Ayala
2011: 62 receptions, 921 yards (No. 3 in Sierra League), 11 TD ... 3 rushes, 51 yards ... 66 points (11 TD) ... season-high 10 receptions vs. Charter Oak ... season-high 170 yards receiving and career-high 3 TD receptions vs. Bear Creek ... five 100-yard receiving games, including 4 in a row at one point
2010: 2 receptions, 20 yards
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS
CAREER (2010-12): 3 Southern Section Inland Division Section appearances (1 semifinalists, 2 first-round participants) ... 23-11-1 Overall, 12-3 Sierra League
2012: Southern Section Inland Division first-round participants ... 7-3-1 Overall, 4-1 Sierra League
2011: Southern Section Inland Division first-round participants ... 6-5 Overall, 4-1 Sierra League
2010: Southern Section Inland Division first-round semifinalists ... 10-3 Overall, 4-1 Sierra League
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
247Sports: He's a big-bodied prospect that has good hands and plays strong. Austin could project on either side of the ball in college and we expect this Inland Empire standout, provided his film checks out, to receive increased attention moving forward.
ESPN: There is a lot to like about Austin and if had better top end speed he would be one of the more coveted players on the west coast for 2013. Regardless, Austin possesses many positive traits and is extremely productive. He has great size, and is tall, thick and strong ... For a player of his stature he is very smooth, fluid and quick ... Austin has the measurables and receiving skills to develop into a go-to receiver in time. Good player with some BCS-caliber traits.
Rivals: Austin is a big wide receiver at 6'3 and 205 pounds, and he plays big. He's tough to bring down and can go up and get the ball. But there's a lot more to Austin than just his height. He runs good routes, has great hands, and can play in the slot or out wide.
Scout: Austin is a big-bodied receiver with great hands, great route-running skills and excellent body control. He does a good job adjusting to throws, whether it's going down to get it or going up the ladder. He's got good strength, and is tough to jam at the line of scrimmage and can make the tough catches in traffic.
Volunteers for his church
Active in his high school's Associated Student Body
Referred to in a section of a 247Sports article in the "Sleeper City" section
LAST UPDATED: February 6, 2013