Mason Mangum

Mason Mangum

Wide Receiver
6′0″ / 175 lbs
Austin, TX
Class of 2020
Rating: n/a

National Avg
Rating: 85.3

School Preferences

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Boston College


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Sophomore Year Highlights
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Cal Football Fall Camp Preview - The Wide Receivers
10 mo ago by Bear Insider
Cal Football Fall Camp Preview - The Wide Receivers
In Jake Spavital's offense, a lot of WRs will play and catch balls. Where do the Bears stand in terms of depth and playmaking talent as Fall Camp approaches? The room has a blend of returning production and plenty of new faces
Greg Richardson
1 yr ago by Greg Richardson
The WR Room
Let's break it down:Jeremiah Hunter : One of the most productive receivers returning in the Pac 12. He's got good size, an elite ability to beat press coverage and creates leverage through his strength to get separation. He's also very good in creating YAC. He's a big play waiting to happen with 16+ ypc, which was second in the P12 for receivers with over 45 catches. He needs to get comfortable in this new system. He's a bit head led and analytic and Spav's offense is about the WRs reading the defense in real-time and running to open space. The QB and the WR have to see it the same way and there's work to do to get there.Mavin Anderson: Strong and fast, Anderson played in the slot last year and a had a solid season. He has really good body control and can make contested catches. Once he has the ball, he's a running back with his stout build and explosive ability. He may end up playing outside as Cal needs a speed receiver opposite Hunter and although Mavin doesn't have ideal length, he can take the top off the defense. He's having a very good SpringBrian Hightower: He's got great length at 6'3 and size at 220lbs. Clearly an outside receiver, however much more of a possession receiver. He's a big target who can use his strength to make contested catches. Not particularly fast or explosive. An experienced, savvy player with a mature body. A good blocker as well.Monroe Young: He's having a great Spring and is flourishing in the new offense. His ability to read coverages and find open spaces has made him a favorite target of Sam Jackson. Smart, experienced with a dynamic work ethic, Young's dependable and capable. Another good possession receiver and a plus blocker.Tommy Christakos: Sitting out to heal up from injury this Spring. A big target who can jump and who has been effective in previous Springs. While he's not blazing fast, he's got enough speed to get down the field where he can use his length and hops to make catches. Needs to be more consistent with his hands. Has to stay focused and confident in game situations, not leaving his fit when he doesn't need to do so. Aidan Lee: Lee's a monster physically. Not particularly quick but he has good top end speed and he's built like an Adonis. Has to stay healthy. Can be a TE/WR hybrid given his size and strength. A powerful blocker. Mason Mangum: With Justin Richard Baker taking a medical retirement, Mangum will get a chance to earn snaps in the slot this Fall. He's recovering from injury and is sitting out the Spring. He's fast and can be dynamic on slants and go routes. Not big and like Christakos has to be more consistent in game situationsMason Starling: He impressed from the get-go last Spring. Then he got hurt and was limited in-game action in 2022. He can run and has the knack for getting separation as he can get in and out of his cuts quickly. He's coming off a major injury. He's on track to return this Fall but will he be 100%? He's had a lot of smaller injuries as well so the big thing for him is getting back on the field. Jaiven Plummer: Tall and fast, Plummer needs to continue to hone his craft and work on his flexibility. He's flashed this Spring but there's work to do for him to crack the rotationMarquis Montgomery: A 6'5 JC transfer with star potential. He looks like a potential threat on the outside both on deep balls and in the red zone. He won't arrive until the Summer. Nyziah Hunter: A dynamic athlete with blazing speed, Hunter could be a factor in either the slot or outside when he arrives this Summer. He was so dominant athletically in HS that it's hard to know how ready he is to defeat press coverage, to read the secondary and to be consistent with his hands.
Bears Continue to Lock in Official Visits in June
2 yr ago by Jim McGill
Bears Continue to Lock in Official Visits in June
Twenty six Cal recruits lock in official visit weekends to Cal so far in June
Greg Richardson
3 yr ago by Greg Richardson
Reminder on Incoming 2020 Class
A bit of a refresh with a take on comparisons to former Cal greats. Aguilar - His feet and nastiness evoke memories of Aaron MerzAndy Alfieri - Great length and quickness will remind folks of ILB Mike MohammedJustin Baker - Not the biggest player, yet explosive and elusive a la Brian TreggsDejuan Butler - All around athleticism and physicality resembles John HardyJaden Casey - The feet, the release, a playmaker out of the pocket look a lot like Kevin Riley coming out of High SchoolTommy Christakos - The TE/WR/PK hybrid is a tough comparable. Garret Cross comes to mindRicky Correia - The lower body plus quickness can only remind of Brandon MebaneCollin Gamble - Not the biggest but perhaps the quickest DB out there: A fellow Texan, Steve Speedy Williams comes to mindJeremiah Hunter - Not quite as long but similarly gifted getting off the line and making plays: Sean DawkinsMuelu Iosefa - Very different builds but the speed, athleticism and style of play: Mychal KendricksEverett Johnson - The hulking size, the intensity and smarts equal Mitchell SchwartzZach Johnson - Competitive and feisty if not huge: Justin VedderAidan Lee - Strong, tough and plays with a chip on his shoulder: Geoff MacArthurMason Mangum - The explosiveness, versatility to play inside and out: Robert JordanStanley McKenzie - Jumbo sized, physical and high motor remind of another Hawaiian Great: Tyson AlualuTyson McWilliams - Long, versatilty to play centerfield or cover man to man: Nnamdi AsomughaDamien Moore - The balance, the strength, the bowling ball build: CJ AndersonJake Muller - Big, strong, can beat you blocking or receiving: Tom SwobodaTrey Paster - Jumbo sized safety that can run: Thomas DeCoudJaedon Roberts - Raw athleticism and inside/outside versatility: James LooneyDJ Rogers - Speed and quickness at the TE, not seen since Tony GonzalezEthan Saunders - Not the rangiest build but athletic and strong: Derrick HillChris Street - Similar build, quickness and strength to JJ ArringtonJamieson Sheahan - Ozzie with big leg: David LonieIsaiah Young - Skinny, twitchy playmaking CB who can return punts: Tim Mixon
Higgins Ready For the Next Step at Cal
4 yr ago by Jim McGill
Higgins Ready For the Next Step at Cal
6-2/175 Folsom cornerback Kaleb Higgins? hadn't planned on committing as early as this last week but the timing just felt right for the future Bear
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Career Stats

Season Rec TDs Rec Yds Rec Pnt Rtn Yds
18 1,146 55 89

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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

Considered one of the best prospects in the nation and a likely difference-maker at the collegiate level. Displays all of the physical skills to be a future All-American with potential to be an early-round NFL draft pick.

90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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