2019 Four-Star Athlete Kenny McIntosh Nets 'Very Big' Legacy Offer From Notre Dame

A "very big" offer has found its way to 2019 four-star athlete, Kenny McIntosh, who boasts an elite offer sheet at the midpoint of his prep career.

Notre Dame has pulled the trigger with an offer for 2019 four-star athlete, Kenny McIntosh, who has a brother currently playing for the Fighting Irish in receiver Deon McIntosh.

A product of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School, McIntosh was offered to suit up at running back for coach Brian Kelly and the Irish.

"It's a very big offer," McIntosh said. "I think of Notre Dame as a good school. I'm really thinking about it, especially because my brother is there. I love the program, and it was just amazing when I took a visit there.

"It was nothing I thought it would be, and the campus is big as well."

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McIntosh, who is equipped with additional offers from AlabamaOhio StateLSU and Florida among others, says his brother's message has been simple and straight to the point. 

"He tells me they're going to push you," McIntosh said. "He said coach (Autry) Denson, the running backs coach, is going to push you to the limit and try to get the best out of you no matter what.

"The campus is big and I love it there."

As elated as he is to have the opportunity to reunite with his sibling, McIntosh says he is not ready to label one school as the clear-cut leader in his recruitment.

"Notre Dame will most definitely be one of the schools I'm considering," McIntosh said. "Like I said, I love the school and definitely want to play with my brother for at least a year.

"The one brother (Richard McIntosh) at Miami (Fl) won't be there by the time I'm there. Miami is (up there), Notre Dame of course, but I don't really have a list for you right now."

McIntosh says Ohio StateNorth CarolinaClemson and Notre Dame will likely receive visits over the summertime.

Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in McIntosh's recruitment.


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