Four-star offensive lineman Tommy Kraemer committed to Notre Dame back in October and has been working to help Irish recruiting efforts. He returned to South Bend last weekend to pitch in at Junior Day.
Three-star linebacker Cameron Brown liked what he saw during a two-day visit to Notre Dame. Brown hasn’t identified a short list but the Irish stated a case for making the cut later this spring.
Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star running back Tony Jones Jr. joined the Notre Dame family on Sunday morning when he committed to the Brian Kelly during a one-on-one meeting with the Irish head coach.
Four-star linebacker Curtis Robinson had strong feelings for Notre Dame even before visiting late last week. The trip reinforced his belief that Notre Dame would be a fit if he signs with the Irish in February.
Long snapper John Shannon always knew Notre Dame would be the choice if an offer came. Turns out it did Saturday during Junior Day, straight from Brian Kelly. Shannon will follow in the steps of his grandfather and father, who played for Gerry Faust in the 1980s.
Four-star quarterback Dwayne Haskins spent Saturday at Notre Dame, and then the Potomac (Md.) The Bullis School standout spoke to Scout about it.
Notre Dame needed to impress four-star receiver Austin Mack of Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers on Junior Day to eventually land him. The Irish did just that on Saturday.
Notre Dame offered top sophomore tight end Brock Wright at Junior Day, with the Irish now in strong position for the Texan with offers already in from Oklahoma, Georgia, Nebraska and Texas A&M.
Plymouth (Mich.) OT Michael Jordan has continued to take visits and further his recruiting process.
Four-star defensive end Auston Robertson called his one-on-one meeting with Brian Kelly the highlight of his Junior Day visit. The Fort Wayne product explains where Notre Dame stands with a June decision on deck.
Detroit King (Mich.) class of 2016 wide receiver Donnie Corley recaps today's visit to Notre Dame.
Nazareth Academy (Ill.) junior Julian Love committed to Notre Dame Saturday while visiting the Irish. HIs head coach, Tim Racki talks about what makes the 6-foot, 175-pound prospect so special.
Julian Love didn’t need much time to think things over once Notre Dame offered a scholarship. Junior Day yielded a Midwest commitment when the three-star cornerback from Chicagoland chose to pull the trigger.
In-state three-star linebacker Noah Burks of Carmel High recaps his visit to Notre Dame for Junior Day and explains what he believes makes the Irish unique.
During a Junior Day visit long-snapper John Shannon of Wilmette (Ill.) Loyola Academy committed to Notre Dame. His coach, Chris Rubio, breaks down what the Irish are getting.