Ordway contemplating Irish visit

Four-star cornerback Cameron Ordway of Pulaski (Tenn.) Giles County recently received a visit from two Irish assistants who did their best to sell him on making the visit to Notre Dame this summer for a visit.

Notre Dame has already secured commitments from two safeties in this class, and it would like to add two cornerbacks in order to round out its defensive back recruiting.

Offered by the Irish in March, four-star cornerback Cameron Ordway of Pulaski (Tenn.) Giles County, is contemplating a trip to South Bend this summer.

"I'd like to get up there for that Irish Invasion camp in June," Ordway said. "I don't have anything set for sure this summer, yet. Still working on that."

Ordway visited Alabama, Tennessee and Ole Miss this spring, and though he's not ready to name favorites, there a few schools that have amped up their recruitment of the cornerback harder than others.

"Tennessee, Alabama and Florida State are who I hear from the most," Ordway said.

Ordway did receive a visit from Irish assistants Scott Booker and Kerry Cooks less than three weeks ago.

"They were cool guys, good to meet them in person," Ordway said. "I want to play early, so they were talking about that and academics. They have a great tradition at Notre Dame and a great coaching staff."

The 6-foot-1, 170-pound corner doesn't plan on narrowing his lengthy list of offers until mid-season this fall.

"No rush right now," Ordway said. "I want to see how my relationship with the coaches develop and how the teams do this season, plus how the depth charts shake out."

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