This week we look at players already committed to Notre Dame and give updates on how each fared over the weekend.
Tee Shepard – No change in Shepard's situation means he's not taken the field in the 2011 season. As we posted late last week, do not expect any type of hearing on his appeal until mid to late October.
Taylor Decker – Decker and his Butler teammates continued its roll with a 32-28 road victory over Bellevue to move to 4-0 on the season.
Ronald Darby – Prior to taking his official visit to Notre Dame, Darby scored two touchdowns and rushed for 142 yards n a 35-0 victory over Friendly for the team's first win of the season.
Scott Daly – Downers Grown South continues his hot streak with a 49-0 thrashing of Leyden to move to 4-0 on the season. Daly followed up Friday's game with another campus visit to Notre Dame for the Michigan State game.
Nick Baratti – Spent his weekend at Notre Dame on his official visit as his team was off. This weekend will be a big game as Baratti looks to return from a concussion he suffered in the second game of the season.
Justin Ferguson – Ferguson told IrishEyes.com Flanagan's game against Lakeland would not be an easy one. He was right as Flanagan fell to 2-1 after losing to the Florida power 22-14. Ferguson pulled down four balls for 46 yards.
Mark Harrell – Charlotte Catholic continues it perfect run with a 50-14 pounding of Garinger.
C.J. Prosise – Despite returning a punt for a 70-yard touchdown, Prosise and his Woodberry Forest teammates fell 28-21 to Blair Academy moving their record to 1-1 on the season.
Deontay Greenberry – Washington Union moved to 2-0 on the season with a 20-16 victory. Greenberry was a key part of the victory with two long distance (72-yard & 65-yard) touchdowns.
David Perkins – After sitting out a game Perkins found the going tough as Marian Catholic defeated South Bend Washington. Perkins found the sledding tough gaining only 84 yards on 19 carries on the night.
John Turner – Cathedral survived what many felt would be a tough road game against Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 42-3. The Irish are now 3-2 having won their last three games.
Romeo Okwara – Ardrey Kell got back to even on the season with a 17-14 victory over South Mecklenburg. Okwara played a key role in the victory with a blocked field goal attempt.
Sheldon Day – The Warriors defense delivered in a 48-16 victory over Lawrence North on Friday. Day followed up the victory with an unofficial visit to Notre Dame the following day to watch the Irish knock off the Spartans.
Jarron Jones – Jones and his Little Irish teammates moved to 3-0 on the season with a 34-20 victory over St. Francis. The win gives Aquinas Institute a 22 game winning streak.