WESTERVILLE, Ohio – Four-star offensive tackle Jedrick Wills fell short of earning an invitation to The Opening Finals in Oregon this summer but he was among the top offensive linemen at the regional camp at Jack McCann Stadium on Saturday.
Irish Illustrated caught up with Wills to find out where Notre Dame stands in his recruitment and how he plans to edit his list heading into his senior season.
“I’m trying to narrow down my choices to 10 right now,” Wills said. “Some schools like Notre Dame and Michigan and a couple of the schools that’s been in to talk to me, I’m trying to get up there.”
Notre Dame coach Harry Hiestand was one of the college coaches who visited Wills’ school during the spring evaluation period. The offensive tackle was one of the best prospects at the Irish Invasion last summer in South Bend.
Wills said the two are developing a strong relationship and after seeing Ronnie Stanley get picked No. 6 overall in the NFL Draft. The Kentucky product is confident Harry Hiestand has a knack for developing talent.
“That’s amazing,” Wills said. “(Hiestand) definitely has a great ability for that. I look forward to getting to work with him again.”