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Fourth of July Weekend is here, but it’s still a Friday, so check out ISD Intel, our weekly peek behind the scenes of Notre Dame Football and Irish recruiting efforts. This week, we have an in-depth look at how 2016 Florida offensive lineman Parker Boudreaux arrived at his decision to commit to Notre Dame. We also hear from Boudreaux’s fellow ... Read More »

2017 MI ATH Talks ND Camp

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Antjuan Simmons already has several offers and he’s grateful for them, but the 2017 Michigan athlete is still searching for more, which is why he’s hitting the camp circuit this summer. The 6-foot, 205-pounder from Ann Arbor participated in a one-day camp at Notre Dame a couple weeks ago. “It went good,” the Pioneer High School standout said. “I worked ... Read More »

In the Film Room: Parker BoudreauxPremium FB Recruiting

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Written by former ND OL Sean Milligan Prior to committing to Notre Dame on Thursday, Parker Boudreaux boasted an impressive list of college scholarships. He has one of the longest lists in the nation, and it is easy to see why he was so highly sought after. He is rated the No. 8 guard in the nation and he proves ... Read More »

Boudreaux Completes Trifecta

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Notre Dame offensive line coach Harry Hiestand has done a heck of a job on the recruiting trail since he arrived in South Bend, but the 2016 offensive line haul might be his best work yet. On Thursday, Bishop Moore (Fla.) offensive lineman Parker Boudreaux completed the trifecta and joins Ohio’s Tommy Kraemer and Liam Eichenberg in the class. Boudreaux ... Read More »

2018 ATH Impresses At InvasionPremium FB Recruiting

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Surrounded by 2016 and 2017 prospects eager to impress the Notre Dame coaching staff at last month’s Irish Invasion, Houston Griffith seemed relaxed. Whether it was the knowledge that as a 2018 recruit, he has plenty of time to show what he can do or just a confidence in his own ability, Griffith didn’t seem to feel the pressure before, ... Read More »

Twice Is Nice For Mrs. Jones

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Few people have a better understanding of how Notre Dame can transform a boy into a man than Lakiescha Titus-Jones. That’s why she sent her son Jarron Jones to South Bend three years ago and that’s exactly what she’s seen happen. “My son is a man,” Titus-Jones said, referring to Jarron. “My son was an immature boy. He had some ... Read More »

In the Film Room: Brandon BurtonPremium FB Recruiting

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Note:  this evaluation written by Jamie Uyeyama Brandon Burton has yet to visit Notre Dame, but just put the Irish in his top seven schools. Most would think they may be in tough to pull a commitment from him since he comes from a school, J Serra, that traditionally sends a lot of top recruits to USC, but the Trojans ... Read More »

Elliott Makes Family Proud

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Jalen Elliott isn’t the only one excited about his decision to commit to Notre Dame during Irish Invasion last month, the 2016 Virginia defensive back’s family is fired up as well. “It’s an excellent feeling,” Elliott’s father Anthony said. “It’s a great feeling knowing that he made a smart decision, not only based on football, but on academics as well.” ... Read More »

2017 QB Happy With Invasion

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Chris Katrenick has been inside Notre Dame Stadium several times, but the 2017 Illinois quarterback got his first chance to play inside Notre Dame Stadium at the Irish Invasion camp earlier this month. The 6-foot-2, 195-pounder from Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Ill., felt he performed well at the showcase camp in front of the Irish coaches, including offensive coordinator ... Read More »

In the Film Room: Kevin Stepherson

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Written by Bill Reagan With the Irish Invasion, Friday June 19, came the verbal commitment of class of ’16 receiver prospect Kevin Stepherson.  It was a great setting for a commitment as the Jacksonville, Fla. native chose to greet the Notre Dame Coaches just as practice was ending and all the Irish Invasion campers were exiting the Notre Dame Stadium ... Read More »