Big Board: Wide receiver

The July edition of where Notre Dame stands in recruiting its top prospects at wide receiver, including how many more wide outs it plans to add, what three elite California prospects are planning officials to South Bend, and who could be in line for an offer

Notre Dame is aiming to add one more wide receiver in this year’s class. Depending on who that ends up being, Notre Dame has the potential to reel in a very elite wide out class in 2015. The range of versatility is also a strong point, with Jalen Guyton, C.J. Sanders and Miles Boykin all showcasing different strengths.

Wide receiver

Four-star Equanimeous St. Brown (Anaheim, CA, Servite) – St. Brown will return to Notre Dame in the fall for an official visit when the Irish take on Stanford. He also visited in June. St. Brown delivered the latest in his recruitment at The Opening when he also let on that Stanford would receive an official visit, and potentially LSU. Notre Dame, Stanford and USC are the lead candidates here.

Four-star Cordell Broadus (Las Vegas, NV, Bishop Gorman) – Broadus was unable to visit Notre Dame for Irish Invasion in June as originally planned, but he seems insistent about taking an official visit to Notre Dame in the fall. Broadus said at The Opening that Florida State will also get an official, and the two schools recruiting him hardest right now are Arizona State and UCLA. USC is also a big contender.

Four-star Malik Lovette (Redlands, CA, East Valley) – Lovette fits the bill as a slot wide out or as a running back. In June, he stated that the schools standing out in his recruitment were “Notre Dame, Texas A&M, USC, Washington and California.” He also said he plans to take an official to Notre Dame this fall.

Four-star Lawrence Cager (Baltimore, MD, Calvert Hall) – Despite not having an Irish offer, Cager is high on Notre Dame and maintains regular contact with the Irish. Expect him to visit in the fall if not before the season. Top Stories