Notre Dame picked up another huge commitment on Wednesday in the form of 2014 New Jersey offensive lineman Quenton Nelson. The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder from Red Bank Catholic High School in Holmdel, N.
Similar to the way his game has grown since coming over from Lithuania two years ago, Martin Geben has seen his recruitment take an upward trajectory in recent weeks.
Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey extended an offer to the 2014 power forward from St.
With the way the recruiting process has sped up in recent years, the Evaluation Period has become more about showing interest in prospects schools have already evaluated than anything else, but Notre Dame is certainly evaluating quarterbacks in person right now and on Monday, the Irish find one deserving of an offer.
Notre Dame offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Chuck Martin joined wide receivers coach Scott Booker at Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Defenses win championships goes the old saying and there’s little evidence to dispute it. However, in the pass happy world of modern college football, the three yards and a cloud of dust days are largely gone.
At most every major college institution, football is king. But Mark Stoops takes over a program at Kentucky that has to battle SEC foes while being the No.
Irish Sports Daily has learned that Marist High School (Chicago) tight end prospect Nic Weishar has committed to Notre Dame tonight. The 6-foot-5, 225-pounder chose the Irish over 20 other schools including Arkansas, Ole Miss, Ohio State, Michigan and Oklahoma.
Brison White made his second trip to Notre Dame in less than a month when the 2016 Minnesota running back traveled to South Bend for the Irish’s Blue-Gold Game on Saturday.
“It was great,” the 5-foot-10, 195-pound White said.
Jon Bon Jovi’s affection for Notre Dame was cemented when fellow New Jersey native Charlie Weis landed the head coaching job in South Bend, but its foundations were built before that, he’s remained a fan even after Weis’ tenure and will likely be an even bigger supporter moving forward.
“He was friends with Charlie Weis, but it’s such a historic team and school that he was just fan here his whole life,” the rocker’s son, Jesse Bongiovi said.
Josh Malone made a brief stop at Notre Dame for the Stanford game last fall, where he picked up an offer from the Irish, but Saturday’s return to South Bend for the Blue-Gold Game offered the 2014 Tennessee wide receiver a much better look at the program and school.
“Everything went well,” said the 6-foot-3, 190-pounder from Gallatin, Tenn.
Jesse Bongiovi had already decided to walk on at Notre Dame as a freshman in 2013 while his good friend and 2014 Poly Prep Country Day teammate Jay Hayes was trying to make his own decision.
“He was showing me all of these letters and I’d be like, ‘Jay, come on, stop messing around.