Equanimeous St. Brown
Wide ReceiverWR
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Equanimeous St. Brown in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Declares for 2018 NFL Draft
WRNotre Dame
Neck
January 4, 2018
St. Brown announced Thursday that he will forgo his senior year and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.
ANALYSIS
The rangy and athletic St. Brown will head to the NFL after a pair of productive seasons with the Irish. His best season came as a sophomore in 2016 when he reeled in 58 receptions for 961 yards and nine touchdowns on 93 targets (10.3 YPT). His production took a dip this year, falling to 33 receptions for 515 yards and four scores on 77 targets, but a fair bit of the blame can be placed on the dropoff in quarterback play and Notre Dame's general schematic overhaul that placed an emphasis on the run game. St. Brown (6-5, 203) is clearly a big receiver, but it's fair to wonder if he'll need to add weight at the next level seeing as Malcolm Floyd is the only productive receiver to check in at barely over 200 pounds at that height in recent history. At this time, St. Brown has the look of a Day 2 or early Day 3 receiver, but he's an intriguing receiving prospect that has the traits to boost his stock considerably in the coming months.
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2017 Fantasy Outlook
Notre Dame's lackluster 2016 obscured what was a breakout season from St. Brown. A specimen at 6-5, 205, St. Brown smoothly transitioned into the team's top wideout role, catching 58 passes for 961 yards and nine scores. He'll be working with a first-year starter at quarterback in Brandon Wimbush, but St. Brown's blend of size and speed should prevent a dropoff in production. His tape shows a player who can not only dominate on jump balls, but also get open downfield. St. Brown could be the next great Notre Dame receiver.
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Likely to play versus Stanford
WRNotre Dame
Neck
November 25, 2017
St. Brown (neck) is in full pads ahead and warming up ahead of Saturday's game against Stanford, suggesting he will likely play in the contest, Lake Litman of the Indianapolis Star reports.
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Warming up versus Stanford
WRNotre Dame
Neck
November 25, 2017
St. Brown (neck) is on the field warming up ahead of Saturday's game, Mike Vorel of the South Bend Tribune reports.
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Cleared for non-contact practice
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Neck
November 21, 2017
St. Brown (concussion) was cleared for non-contact practice Tuesday,Eric Hansen of the South Bend Tribune reports.
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Heads to locker room
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Neck
November 18, 2017
St. Brown went to the locker room after landing awkwardly on his head or neck area, Angelo Di Carlo of WDNU-TV reports.
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Gets Back Into End Zone
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October 23, 2017
St. Brown caught only three passes for 29 yards against USC on Saturday night, but one was for a touchdown, his third of the season.
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