Over the last two decades, a bombastic California entrepreneur has been developing his three sons into world-class athletes. And no, we’re talking about LaVar Ball.
This story takes place on the gridiron and involves the St. Brown family, with three sons that dream of making it big in the NFL.
John St. Brown is a two-time Mr. Universe that marred a tall, strong German woman with the sole intention of creating supreme athletes. Over the years, he meticulously controlled his sons’ caloric intake and weight training while fine-tuning their bodies. His wife, Miriam, exercised their minds, encouraging them to speak three different languages.
The St. Brown brothers speak three languages, get good grades, and are great at football. And all three of them could wind up in the NFL. #RealSports Subscribe to the HBO YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/JQUfqt Don’t have HBO?
If you watch college football, and specifically Notre Dame, you’re probably familiar with the oldest son, Equanimeous. The 6-foot-5 Fighting Irish wide receiver, once described as “the most interesting recruit in college sports” by Sports Illustrated coming out of high school, is foregoing his senior season to enter the 2018 NFL Draft after catching 92 passes for 1,484 yards and 13 touchdowns over his three seasons in South Bend.
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Osiris, the middle child, is entering his second year at Stanford and Amon-Ra, a high school senior, recently committed to play for the University of Southern California.
On Tuesday, January 30th, you can get your first peek at the St. Brown family on HBO’s Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel.