Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei recently dismantled Trinity League rival Santa Margarita (Calif.) Catholic, 62-14. The Monarchs dominated in the first half, scoring 56 points to Santa Margarita's 55 total yards.
All but one of Mater Dei's first half scores came through the air as 2019 quarterback J.T. Daniels passed for seven touchdowns and more than 300 yards before the halftime whistle.
With 13 prospects currently rated three stars or better, including four receivers rated as four-stars, it is hard for everyone to star every game, but against Santa Margarita, four different Monarch receivers hauled in touchdown passes. To go with four-star J.T. Daniels' highlight clips and 2018 four-star receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown that we've previously posted this week, we've also put together short clips of a trio of other four-star receivers that are names to know in each of the next three recruiting classes.
Osiris St. Brown is the veteran presence among the Mater Dei receiving corps. The four-star 2017 receiver leads the group with 647 yards receiving despite missing a game. He is the only Monarch averaging more than 100 yards per game and he showed why against Santa Margarita when he needed four catches to rack up 112 yards, including a short stop route that he turned into a season-long 80-yard score. The Stanford commit is the middle St. Brown brother. He will face off against older brother, Equanimeous, annually when the Cardinal play Notre Dame:
Nikko Remigio may be the most elusive of Mater Dei's receivers. He is the quintessential slot receiver, able to make a defender or two miss and catch passes in the middle of the field. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound 2018 recruit is third in receiving yards for Mater Dei with 417 yards on 26 catches.
The youngest member of J.T. Daniels' receiving options on the outside is Horace 'Bru' McCoy. Already 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, the 2019 receiver is a physical presence that is able to use his body well to shield defenders when catching the ball. He also uses his strength to bully defensive backs that try to get handsy.
Even though he is the fourth or fifth receiving option for Mater Dei, McCoy has at least one catch in all seven Monarch games this season, but he doesn't have more than two catches in any game. McCoy's role is only going to expand in the offense in the future as he gets older. He's definitely one to keep an eye on over the next couple of years.
If you are interested in seeing a different angle of the complete game highlights, our friends over at Under The Radar were on hand and like always, did a great job producing this mixtape of the Monarchs' rout:
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