The Inland Empire region of the CIF Southern Section boasts a great group of receivers and skill position players for the 2017 season, so many of them in fact that some players with D1 offers weren’t all able to be squeezed onto the preseason team, even with six multi-purpose slots. National power Corona Centennial leads the way with four selections, but Rancho Cucamonga has three and four other schools have two.
Note: These preseason all-section teams will be done in the same 30-player format as the annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. They are based on a combination of what the players did last season and college recruiting. Not every all-section team will have writeups of every player. Some will have an intro, then lists.
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WR Manny Allen (Corona) 6-2, 180, Sr.
He just transferred to Corona from Centennial, and when checking through Google searches that did not show up. Allen is up there with those from the area that the colleges have loved for his pass-catching skills, speed and moves to get open. Allen, who has committed to Nebraska, caught 44 passes for 589 yards and four TDs in his junior season at Centennial.