Wide receiver Mike Floyd has committed to Notre Dame.
"Yeah, I committed this weekend," Michael Floyd said as we spoke to him as he was boarding his plane home from his official visit to Notre Dame this weekend.
The 6-3, 210-pound five-star prospect says it was both football and education that sold him on Notre Dame.
"The education you get at Notre Dame is much better than most schools. Having both the big-time football and the education is what really sold me on Notre Dame," Floyd said.
Floyd also said hanging out with his future teammates was a big factor.
"I was able to meet more of the guys this weekend, and I got along really well with all of them," he said. "I got to know the guys in the freshman class, and some of the recruits committed in this class."
How does it feel to have the recruiting process over?
"It feels real good knowing that I have a school now," he said. "I'm going to help them bring this back and I'm going to get a great degree."
Mike Floyd Commits to Notre Dame
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