In-state three-star LB takes in Notre Dame
Notre Dame hosted three-star outside linebacker Quentin Moon of Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike on Saturday for junior day. When asked about his main takeaway from the weekend, he said it was learning from Irish defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder. "I learned a lot about where to line up according to the defensive end," Moon added. "It was stuff like that." Moon made the three-hour trip to Notre Dame for the first time with his parents. "We all really liked it," Moon said. "Campus was beautiful, and the facilities were awesome. It really seems like the way everything was laid out, like the players' lounge and weight room, sets you up to succeed." The 6-foot-2, 215-pound linebacker said discussion of an offer did not come up, but he plans on returning to Notre Dame for camp this summer. "Notre Dame is a great school and can really offer you so much," Moon said. Moon has an offer from Illinois, where he'll visit this upcoming weekend. Moon plans to be back at Notre Dame for camp this summer.
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