BIG SPRING FEATURE: Deep, talented receiving corps ready to challenge opponents

BIG SPRING — While the Big Spring offense was inconsistent at times in 2020, averaging 22.8 points per contest over nine games, the connection between quarterback Gabriel Baeza and his deep and talented receiving corps was a big bright spot for the Steers and coach Cannon McWilliams.

With Baeza back for his senior season and all but one of the team’s top five wideouts returning, the Steers could boast one of the best aerial attacks in the Big Country this fall.

A rare offense that passes to set up the run, Big Spring had five players chart at least 100 receiving yards last season. And the four of those who are back are hoping to take Big Spring to another level in 2021.

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