Four-star receiver high on Irish

Four-star wide receiver Damian Alloway has a top four and he’s hoping to narrow things down even further after a visit to Notre Dame next month.

Four-star wide receiver Damian Alloway has a plan and he’s sticking to it.

The 5-foot-10, 170-pounder from Summit High School in Fontana, Calif., named a top four of Cal, Notre Dame, UCLA and Wisconsin and he’s focused on trimming his list even further heading into his senior season.

“I’ve had a top four for a little while so right now I’m just evaluating those four schools and seeing which ones I best fit at,” Alloway said. “There are no other schools I want to go out and impress. I’m fine with the offers I have right now. I’m going to focus on my season and make my decision.”

Alloway has remained in close contact with Notre Dame assistant coaches Autry Denson and Mike Sanford ever since the Irish offered back in May.

“They’re just saying right now I’m one of their top guys that they really want,” he said. “They could really see me fit into their offense and they can’t wait for me to get down there and show me what they’re all about and they want to put me in a gold helmet. They want me to commit and stuff like that so I’m going to make sure I get out there on a visit and see if I like it.”

That visit will take place between July 20-27 when Alloway and his uncle travel to New York.

He also plans to see UCLA before the start of his season and will make an official visit to Wisconsin.

“UCLA and Notre Dame are probably the top two schools on my top list so I want to make sure I get to those two schools and talk to the coaches so I can see if I can make a decision sometime soon,” heh said. “I went to Cal a few months ago for their spring game. I really liked it and I liked the coaches and what they had to see.”

Alloway has a connection to the Cal program.

He was a sophomore when Erik Brown was a senior at Summit.

“I played with him his senior year when I was a sophomore so I’ve got some links up there,” he said. ranks Alloway as the 36th best wide receiver in the nation and the 215th best prospect overall. Top Stories