So, where do things stand?
On the offensive side, things are nearly finished with the 2013 recruiting class.
Of the 12 committed players, nine of them are on the offensive side, so there is little room left for anyone else, sans another receiver and a running back.
Notre Dame has commitments from four offensive tackles (Hunter Bivin, Colin McGovern, Steven Elmer and Mike McGlinchey), an offensive guard (John Montelus), two receivers (Corey Robinson and James Onwualu), a tight end (Mike Heuerman) and a quarterback (Malik Zaire).
With that, IrishEyes.com takes a look at the offered targets remaining on Notre Dame's receiving targets:
Alvin Bailey, 5-11, 175, Armwood High, Seffner
Bailey plans on visiting a number of schools in the summer, and Notre Dame is on his list. For a long time he was high on Florida, but the lack of an offer and interest has caused him to really explore his other options hard.
Devon Allen, 6-1, 190, Brophy College Prep, Phoenix
Allen is taking a midwest tour this summer and will be at Michigan. A stop at Notre Dame could also be on the agenda as he looks to check out plenty of programs.
Mike Williams, 6-4, 185, Lake Marion High, Holly Hill, S.C.
Another big-bodied receiver received a visit at his school earlier this month and he is giving the Irish a hard look.
Francis Owusu, 6-3, 195, Oaks Christian High, Westlake Village, Calif.
Notre Dame assistant Mike Denbrock stopped by the school recently to check on Owusu, who is saying he is interested in the Irish. Whether they can get a visit out of him is another matter, and beating Stanford will be a big challenge.
Demorea Stringfellow, 6-3, 195, Rancho Verde High, Moreno Valley, Calif.
One thing about recruiting talent rich SoCal is the ability to stop by plenty of schools, and the Irish did that. The fact USC recently offered doesn't help the Irish.
Steven Mitchell, 5-10, 180, Bishop Alemany High, Mission Hills, Calif.
The southern California product was excited when he received his Notre Dame offer, but all along getting him out of the state was going to be difficult. Cal could be a team to beat.
Laquon Treadwell, 6-3, 190, Crete (Ill.) Monee High
Michigan, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are Treadwell's top three. He likes the spread offense, and at this time he plans on making a late summer decision.
Travis Johnson, 6-4, 215, Jesuit High, Tampa
Johnson grew up a Miami fan but likes Notre Dame's tradition and academic reputation. However, he recently gave Scout.com a list of schools standing out, and Notre Dame wasn't one of them.
Juwaan Williams, 6-0, 175, Tucker (Ga.) High
Williams said Notre Dame is one of the schools recruiting him the hardest, along with Vanderbilt and Florida State. He has not been to campus yet, and is trying to set up a visit, but it is uncertain if or when that will happen.