FoxSportsNext has confirmed that elite 2014 OG Natrell Curtis from Phoenix (Az.) Mt. Pointe has received a new offer, bringing him to 15 overall.
Curtis says, "Notre Dame just offered me."
Cal, Washington, Ohio State, Utah, Nebraska, Arizona, Nevada, Arkansas, Colorado, Arizona State, Montana, Vanderbilt, NAU and Boise State all have offered Curtis already.
Curtis (6-3 290) could actually play on either side of the ball, starting both ways for the Pride. Curtis was recently named 2nd team All-D1 by the Arizona Football Coaches Association.
According to Curtis, Notre Dame wants him to play on the defensive side of the ball, "They said they want me to come in and replace their nose guard that will be going into the draft."
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