Like an Egyptian God, many should expect St. Brown to rise in the coming months as we head to the Miami Dolphins offseason.
Round 2 Pick 56
USC WR Amon-Ra St.Brown
Not a lot of players can score three touchdowns in one quarter like St.Brown did this past weekend. This impressive display alone should boost him in the draft.
However, if you’ve followed St. Brown from High school, to now in college, it would be a shocker if he doesn’t move up during the testing phase.
St. Brown is a monster of an athlete, who has struggled with consistency at the quarterback position. He is a complete wideout who can excel from the X, Y, or Z spot and is a dangerous playmaker any time the ball is in his hands.
While Smith was a first round pick for us, I am okay with taking St. Brown in this spot for two reasons.
We need wideout help, and I know we get guys back next year, but we need playmakers who can stay healthy and the ones who aren’t playing this year haven’t proved they can stay healthy.
He has a pretty sick name if you ask me. As far as Egyptian Deities go, Amon-Ra was the chief of the Egyptian gods.
A duo of Smith and St. Brown should improve this wideout group almost immediately and give Tagovailoa the weapons necessary for people to stop making excuses for him.