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Average Height For WRs BASED ON AGE

Today we will be discussing the average height for WRs based on age. I hope this can give you some value because this is one of the most common questions we get asked! 

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So we will be breaking this into 4 age groups. Now this information is based on experience. We train thousands of wide receivers every year at all ages ant our camps and this is from what we have seen. Now, this doesn’t mean you can’t play if you don’t hit these “requirements” or “averages”. At the end of the day, if you can ball… you can ball. Your height shouldn’t determine what you can and can’t do. This is just to let you know if you’re on the right track height wise in a college coaches eyes and also to let you know that if you are under sized. Because if you’re under sized you have to work 10x harder than the next guy. You have to do all of the little things right. They say 7% of high school football players make it to college, now let’s say you’re undersized… you’re gonna have to outwork 93% of the players across the country AND the ones who are bigger than you that pass the “eye test”. But it’s 100% possible.

Ages 9-11: I would say probably 4’11-5’1 (this age group is tough because it’s likely none of them have hit puberty yet, so it’s hard to say. But this is usually what we see) (not many 9yr olds at 5’1 that’s mainly the 11yr olds) 

Ages 12-13: 5’3-5’6 (this is usually where the 6th and 7th grade athletes are at) 

Ages 14-16 : 5’8-5’11 (this is usually what we see at this age) 

Ages 16+: 5’11-6’2 (this is the average)

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