The Irish landed their ‘18 quarterback more than a year ago when Phil Jurkovec committed back on May 16, 2016.
Looking ahead at the ‘19 class, the Irish have offered several top passers from across the nation and have been evaluating several others.
One of those names is Dylan Morris, a gunslinger out of Graham, Wash. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect holds offers from Cal, Fresno State, Nebraska, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.
Notre Dame has been showing heavy interest in Morris, who will spend two days in South Bend this week.
“Coach (Brian) Polian came and watched me throw a while ago,” Morris said. “After that, I've been in contact with coach (Tom) Rees and they really wanted me on campus so we figured out a good time to go and that's this weekend. So, I'm going to be throwing for the coaches and touring campus and the facilities.
“I leave Thursday night and will be walking around campus Friday and I will be throwing Saturday. My dad and brother are taking the trip with me. I'm looking forward to meeting the coaching staff and seeing campus.”
The Irish are among the schools showing Morris the most consistent interest.
“I've just been talking to Cal and ND the most right now,” Morris said.
So far, the Irish have made a strong impression on the top Pacific Northwest signal caller.
“What is there not to like about Notre Dame, it's a great program and a great school,” Morris said. “I've really liked the coaches and I've enjoyed talking to them. I would consider Notre Dame.”