Back to back at wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers? You bet! Yes, Green Bay has other needs, but it’s too tempting to add another receiver into the mix. Funny enough, it would mean that brothers get to compete with one another at Lambeau. The Packers drafted Equanimeous St. Brown on day three back in the 2018 NFL Draft, and here they select his brother, USC’s Amon-Ra St. Brown, who has a chance to be a better player.
Even in a USC offense that featured a ton of weapons, like 2020 second round pick Michael Pittman Jr. and Tyler Vaughns, St. Brown had a very productive season with the Trojans. He caught 77 passes for 1,042 yards and six touchdowns, while also carrying the ball seven times for 60 yards.
St. Brown operated mostly in the slot in 2019, but was excellent in that spot. He’s a dynamic athlete who is extremely dangerous after the catch. St. Brown is also a technician as a route runner, creating quick separation at the top of routes while also setting up defenders. He’s also a great hands catcher.
With his ability, there’s no reason St. Brown can’t succeed on the boundary in 2020. In Green Bay, he would likely operate in the slot (while maybe rotating with Adams to the boundary), but he’d be a very fun addition to the offense.