Only one visit for Florida DE

Anthony Rabasa is a standout DE prospect from Columbus High in Miami.

Anthony Rabasa talked about his senior season.

"It went really good. We went undefeated our regular season, but we lost in the first round of the playoffs. We lost a close one to Northwestern, 24-27. But overall as a team I feel like we had a great season. I thought I played pretty well. I missed three games with a rib injury. I played very well in the games I did play in. I recorded 12 sacks this season and about 60-something tackles. It was a pretty good season; obviously I wish I would have played the three games I missed out. My stats would have been a lot better and stuff, but it is what is. I had a good season."

Rabasa, 6-3 and 235, remains committed to Notre Dame.

"A few schools have been reaching out to me, but I am still solid on Notre Dame. That is where I wanna go and I am pretty sure that is where I will be next summer. I have an official next weekend to Notre Dame and that's the only one I am taking."

Rabasa took in a game there earlier this season.

"I only have been to one game against Tulsa, obviously a disappointing weekend. But, I think Notre Dame bounced back real well winning out the rest of the season after that game I went to. So, obviously they had a pretty good end of the season. The beginning of the season was rough and that is usually how it is when you have a new coaching staff come in. It was rough for them in the beginning, but obviously they picked it up and did what they had to do. They finished off strong and now it is time for a bowl game and I hope we can get that."

The standout DE, who claims a 3.2 GPA and a 990 SAT score, likes the coaches there.

"I love the new coaching staff; they are great guys. I feel like they are going to be a huge help to getting Notre Dame back to the glory days and I feel like we can do that with these coaches. All those guys know what they are doing and I feel really comfortable with them. They are great coaches."

Rabasa hopes to play right away in college.

"It is going to be a big change between high school and college; it is going to be tough on my body. I feel like I can make a good impact as a freshman and hopefully get on the field when the season rolls around."

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