Dominique Noble (6-foot-1, 185-pounds) had wanted to take an unofficial visit to Notre Dame, but with the beginning of fall practice around the corner, it is unlikely that he'll be able to get to South Bend.
"They're in my top three," Noble said of Notre Dame. "I really don't know too much about Notre Dame. I haven't talked to coach Elston in a couple weeks, but I've emailed him a couple times.
"I want to get up there real soon, but I'm not sure I can do that yet, as far as time. I want to, but I'm not sure I'll be able to get there. If I can it would be for an official visit, but I do want to get up there."
Noble does intend to visit the other schools in his top-three next week, Georgia Tech and Penn State. He named Georgia Tech as his leader with Penn State as his No. 2.
"Penn State, I'm going up there Tuesday," he said. "I'm driving up with my coach and a couple players.
"I'm really liking Georgia Tech. I go up there Thursday and Friday with my mom. If I love it, I might do it(commit) right there."
Noble has been considering making his announcement before the start of his senior season, but as he admitted, his recruitment could come to an end next week.
"It's a 50/50 type thing right now," Noble said. "If I go up to Penn State and Georgia Tech next week and I love it, it (his decision) might be sooner. If not I'll take my time."
Irish One of Three
IrishIllustrated.com Top Stories
Master List: OffenseWith the Blue-Gold Game in the books and the spring evaluation period underway, Irish Illustrated updates the Master List on offense. Receiver and offensive line remain priorities.
IrishIllustrated.comYesterday at 2:04 PM
Luke McCaffrey talks Notre DameNotre Dame visited a familiar name on Tuesday, stopping by Valor Christian High School outside Denver to see ’19 quarterback Luke McCaffrey, who talked to Irish Illustrated about…
IrishIllustrated.comYesterday at 9:46 AM
Irish visiting elite slot targetLawrence Keys III is one of the most sought-after offensive weapons in the Southeast. The four-star junior is in regular contact with receivers coach DelVaughn Alexander, who is in…
IrishIllustrated.comYesterday at 9:04 AM
Rating The Irish: Position-By-PositionNotre Dame’s deepest, most talented positions: slots/wideouts, cornerbacks, linebackers and running backs, although the starting interior offensive line should be top-notch.
IrishIllustrated.comYesterday at 8:58 AM