Stanford's recruiting class picked up its 6th commitment of the year when wide receiver Osiris St. Brown chose the Cardinal over Notre Dame. Osiris' brother, Equanimeous St. Brown, is a sophomore wideout for the Irish.
St. Brown is ranked as the 20th-best receiver in the country, and the 144th-best player in the nation. He's 6-foot-2, 181 pounds and plays for esteemed Mater Dei high school in Santa Ana, California. His father, John Brown, is a world-famous weightlifter and two-time Mr. Universe, and his younger brother, Amon-Ra, is rated No. 16 among 2018 receiver recruits. Yes, both Osiris and Amon-Ra are named after ancient Egyptian gods.
He's a big, technically proficient wideout with great body control and good releases off the line. St. Brown plays outside the numbers, where he excels at double moves, tracks the ball well, and has solid top end speed.
St. Brown's skillset is exactly what you're looking for in an outside receiver, and picking up a big target for top-tier QB recruit Davis Mills was certainly a point of emphasis for the Stanford coaching staff.
Follow Osiris on Twitter at @osiristbrown.