Quick enjoys return trip to Notre Dame
Wide receiver Michiah Quick of Fresno (Calif.) Central took his official visit to Notre Dame for the Irish's game against USC. The five-star wide receiver said the highlight was soaking in the atmosphere inside Notre Dame stadium. "The atmosphere was crazy and that's what I liked most," Quick said. "Last visit, I was able to to learn a lot about Notre Dame, but this time, I was able to just take everything in and and it was a lot of fun. The people were wild about football." The 5-foot-11, 170-pound athlete has emphasized throughout his recruitment that he's looking for a school where he can be heavily utilized in its offense. Did he see what he liked Saturday night? "Coach (Mike) Denbrock told me to enjoy the game and see if I could picture myself going to Notre Dame," Quick said. "The game was great, and I watched TJ Jones a lot. He's a great player." Quick was also able to have a conversation with head coach Brian Kelly. "He told me that Notre Dame can do a lot of good things for me," Quick said. "He also just said I need to go to the school that's best for me. He doesn't pressure me or anything." Bennett Jackson hosted the California standout on his official visit. "Bennett is a real cool guy," Quick said. "I met him when I visited last spring. He is really laid back and chill, but he turns it on when he's around football. He showed me a fun time." Quick has taken official visits to Notre Dame and Oklahoma, and he has one planned to Alabama when the Tide take on LSU. "As of right now, I don't know what schools are getting the last official visits," Quick said. "I have a few schools in mind, but I'm going to let the season play out a little more."My list isn't in order yet because I still haven't visited all schools I'm interested in."
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