Slaughter Commits to ND on Tuesday Night

Jamoris Slaughter has committed to Notre Dame today, confirmed in a text this afternoon to Irish Eyes. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back from Tucker, Ga., picked the Irish over LSU and Michigan.

"Yes, I did last night," Slaughter wrote in response to a text.

Jamoris Slaughter played mostly free safety for Tucker High last season, but the defense never changed their package if the offense came out with multiple receivers. The four-star player would just slide over and cover a receiver, normally the other team's best. Slaughter had 66 tackles, five interceptions and 10 pass breakups, helping Tucker to a 7-3 record.

Notre Dame is recruiting Slaughter as a cornerback. He is the 16th player to verbally commit to Notre Dame in this class, and the second cornerback within a week. Robert Blanton recently pledged his allegiance with the Irish.

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