Jordan Walsh (6-foot-4, 270-pounds) went into the Notre Dame junior day weekend hoping to build on his 12 scholarship offers, but unfortunately the Notre Dame staff didn't extend a scholarship offer.
"Things went pretty well," Walsh said. "Both my mom and dad went with me and they both liked it. They were with me at the Boston College game (last fall) and they loved it then.
"Going into it, I didn't know if I'd get an offer, and I didn't. I did get to meet the new coaching staff though. I talked to coach Martin and coach Kelly a little after the junior day and they said that they liked my film.
"I talked briefly to coach Warinner in the meeting, but mainly he just showed us what they'd be doing with coach Kelly's offense," he said.
While there is a little disappointment that he didn't receive an offer from Notre Dame this weekend, Walsh isn't going to be deterred. He'll continue to take unofficial visits and he's already hoping to make a return trip to Notre Dame in the coming weeks.
"I think me and my coaches are going to come up for a spring practice or the spring scrimmage," Walsh said.
Walsh Talks ND Junior Day
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