Mister has a top three
Wide receiver Tommy Mister has set a top three, and it includes Notre Dame. "My top three in order is Iowa State, Western Michigan, and Notre Dame," Mister said. "When I say Western Michigan, everyone is like ‘what?' but I really like their new coaching staff. After my visit there a couple weeks ago, they jumped to my No. 2, even though they are in the MAC. I would like to make a decision before my senior season starts, but if I'm not ready, I won't rush it." Mister says he has established a special relationship with Notre Dame offensive coordinator, Chuck Martin. "Coach Martin and I always have really good conversations," Mister said. "I can only say good things about him and what we talk about. He is a great person." Mister was offered by Notre Dame last May. "Notre Dame is a great place, and I've always enjoyed myself when I've gone there to watch games," Mister said. "Notre Dame is still high on my list. They really do have so much to offer. Notre Dame is recruiting me as an athlete. They haven't specified if they want me playing wide receiver, running back or safety. It doesn't matter to me where I play, I'll play wherever a team needs me." The 6-foot-1, 180-pound wide receiver says he has seven offers, but plenty more could be headed his way. "I think Boston College, Syracuse, Michigan State, Minnesota, and Kansas all could be close to offering," Mister said. Mister does have plans to see the Irish again soon. "I would like to try to make it to Notre Dame for their spring game, but if I can't, I'll definitely camp there this summer," he said. Mister will visit Iowa State and potentially Indiana this weekend.
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