When five-star Calvin Ridley arrives at Alabama later this year, he’ll do so with high expectations as one of the Crimson Tide’s crown jewels in the 2015 signing class.

His reputation as the nation’s top wideout precedes him and it sounds like his highly-recruited brother, Cavin, expects All-American caliber numbers at some point during his career in Tuscaloosa if he has a say in the matter.

“If me and my brother played (together), we would double Amari Cooper together,” Ridley said in an interview with Bleacher Report.

Cavin Ridley, a 2016 standout also from south Florida, has an offer from Alabama and picked up interest last month from Florida State and Florida. He doesn’t have a preferred choice at the moment.

Cooper set several single-season records last fall at Alabama and was a Heisman finalist. He’s one of three top pass-catchers Lane Kiffin and the Crimson Tide offense must replace this season.

Chris Black, ArDarius Stewart and Cam Sims will be relied on heavily until the elder Ridley learns the offense this fall.