Notre Dame would still like to add a safety to this recruiting class and Albert Louis-Jean (6-foot-1, 170-pounds) was one of their primary targets during the spring. Louis-Jean visited Notre Dame for a junior day in March, but shortly afterward, he committed to the University of Miami.
With the number of recruiting targets shrinking for the Irish, Louis-Jean would be a prospect the Notre Dame staff might have a chance at bringing to campus for an official visit.
"They haven't tried to contact me since my senior season started," Louis-Jean said. "I probably haven't spoken with them since I committed at the end of March.
"I'm solid with Miami."
Louis-Jean Solid With Hurricanes
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