Mater Dei HS Talent Shows Interest in Alabama

Alabama continues to pursue gifted athletes from the Golden State. Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, CA) is a perennial powerhouse program visible on the national stage. Outstanding football players gravitate to the largest Roman Catholic school west of the Mississippi River located in Orange County led by former Monarch (’67) and Head Coach Bruce Rollinson.

Tommy Brown is a four-star prospect from the 2018 class.  Pac-12 schools, California, Stanford and UCLA are naturally among the suitors but the 6-7, 315 pound tackle is interested in Alabama and the Southeastern Conference for specific family and competitive reasons as he explains in the video interview.  Missouri has extended an offer to the promising offensive lineman.

A dynamic 6-0, 185 pound wide receiver from a family of FBS level athletes is Amon-Ra St. Brown.  The four-star class of 2018 talent follows in the foot-steps of two older brothers, both wide receivers.   Osiris St. Brown is a Mater Dei teammate, class of 2017 four-star prospect, and Equanimeous St. Brown a freshman at Notre Dame.  Alabama, Arizona State, Boise State, Notre Dame and Washington State are among the schools offering a scholarship. 

Head Coach Bruce Rollinson sat down with to give his thoughts and evaluation of the two budding stars.  Additionally, he recounted competing for the  USC Trojans against Alabama in the September 1970 famous game held in Birmingham.

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