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When you consider that Osiris St. Brown has an older brother named Equanimeous (currently Notre Dame's top receiver) and a younger brother named Amon-Ra, it's tempting to focus on the name instead of the young man. This would be a mistake. This middle brother has distinguished himself on the field and impressed all observers away from the grid iron. (Check out this flattering profile from the Los Angeles Times.) Playing for powerhouse Mater Dei, one of the top five prep programs in California over the past two decades, St. Brown has faced the best competition in a talent-rich state, and he's dominated. In his senior season alone he caught 62 passes for 1,127 yards and 19 touchdowns, and his highlight film (below) reveals not only the explosiveness you'd expect from an elite receiving prospect, but also surprising versatility. The fly patterns are there, but he also uses his strength to convert fade routes. (With at least five receivers and tight ends already on the Stanford roster who are significantly taller than St. Brown, he likely won't be running any end zone fades, but that strength will still serve him well.)
With the departures of Michael Rector and Francis Owusu, there is no position of greater need for the Cardinal. It would be surprising if St. Brown didn't see the field this fall, and he could develop into an impact player by the 2018 season, with the potential of earning all-conference honors in 2019 and '20.