The 2018 wide receiver adds an offer from the Cardinal.

Amon-Ra St. Brown talks about the latest offer from Stanford and what he has learned from his brothers.

Stanford brought in some of the top recruits in the nation last weekend at a junior day event. One of the highlights of the group was Mater Dei wide receiver Osiris St. Brown, who said it was “probably the best visit I’ve had so far”.

One person who was a part of Osiris’ group on that visit was his younger brother and 2018 wide receiver recruit Amon-Ra St. Brown, who was offered by the Cardinal on Thursday.

Like Osiris and the eldest of the St. Brown boys, Equanimeous, who also plays wide receiver (shocker) at Notre Dame, Amon-Ra is a four-star recruit who is already getting plenty of attention. St. Brown holds double-digit offers including half the Pac-12, Alabama, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Boise State and Northwestern.

Washington offered St. Brown on Wednesday, and the Cardinal and Michigan State did as well on Thursday.

The youngest St. Brown is very familiar with the Cardinal coaching staff since Stanford has been recruiting his older brothers.

“I’ve known them for like three years now so I’m pretty comfortable with the coaches over there,” St. Brown said.

The wide receiver said words associated with his game are ““tough player, playmaker, run after the catch and great hands”. He is built a little differently than his older brothers: Equanimeous is 6-foot-5 and Osiris stands at 6-foot-2. Amon-Ra currently stands at 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds, and his tape shows his playmaking abilities predominantly at the slot receiver position.

He said he doesn’t have a timeline on when he hopes to make a decision, and he will play out the process using lessons he has learned from his older brothers.

“Equanimeous was the first to go through it so Osiris and I learned a lot from him with what to do and what not to do. Osiris is also going through it so I get the best scoop of it because I get to learn from both of them,” St. Brown said. “Especially Equanimeous, he was the first one out. He had to set the pathway for everything, and I try to see the other side of it and learn from them.”

St. Brown said the next few months could include local camps at USC and UCLA as well as 7-on-7 tournaments in Chicago and Nashville.

Teams that stand out to him currently are Stanford, Notre Dame, Arizona State, Alabama and Washington. 

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