Mack focused on Notre Dame visit
“To be honest, I know I’m down to a few schools at this point,” Mack said. “So, I’m going to look at Notre Dame from the point of view like I know I’m going there to see if I can actually see myself there for the next four years of my life. There’s nothing specific I want to find out, but I’m always wanting to see more and learn more.”
The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers product is hopeful he will be able to spend Friday night with former Bishop Luers standout and Irish star defender Jaylon Smith.
“I’m getting my wisdom teeth out on Thursday, so hopefully I’ll still be able to get to Notre Dame on Friday night and spend the night with Jaylon,” Mack said. “I’m hoping that works out.”
“Notre Dame provides me all that I need, and the education is crazy,” Mack said. “It’s basically if I can see myself there for the next four years.”
Mack will visit Michigan State on April 18 and Tennessee on May 2. A trip to South Carolina is also in the works.
Mack visited his childhood favorite, Michigan, last weekend.
“The atmosphere is completely different there now with Coach (Jim) Harbaugh,” Mack said. “It’s definitely not the same anymore. Coach Harbaugh told me that I’m his No. 1 wide receiver in this class. I think I would fit in well there because they run a pro-style offense.”
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound wide out underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in January, and he hopes to be back to 100 percent at the onset of August.
“I definitely hope to be full-go by the start of the season,” Mack said. “I want to start lifting heavy again in June.”
Mack will announce his commitment on June 7 at RAS Camp at Trine University.