Four-Star 2015 WR Equanimeous St. Brown Names USC In Top Three

Apr 13, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Genreal view of the Southern California Trojans logo at midfield during the spring game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Four-star wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown has named a top three of Notre Dame, Stanford and USC, according to Fox Sports’ Greg Biggins.

St. Brown hails from Servite, which puts him right in USC’s back yard for recruiting in 2015. He received an offer from the Trojans during the unofficial Junior Day which took place on the weekend before national signing day.

Standing tall at the height of 6’4, St. Brown is a target who could add great height to the Trojan receiving corp, especially in the wake of the 2014 class which featured athletic but shorter bodies. In fact, if he were to ultimately choose USC he would instantly stand as the tallest receiver on the squad.

Rivals and Scout both currently rank St. Brown as the #18 receiver in the country with the former ranking him as the #20 player in California. 247 Sports differs in placing him #12 in his position and #19 in the state. ESPN also has him #12 with a slight boost as the #14 California player.

USC has commitments from three players for 2015 already: Quarterbacks Ricky Town and David Sills along with defensive back Taeon Mason, who committed when he got on offer on the same weekend as St. Brown.

Topics: Equanimeous St. Brown, Football, USC Trojans

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  • Sick Snail

    I refuse to believe his parents named him “Equanimeous”