Notre Dame Football brings in 24 recruits in from 2023 class

NOW: Notre Dame Football brings in 24 recruits in from 2023 class

SOUTH BEND, Ind – The Irish start off their 2023 recruiting class with 24 commits.

In his first recruitment class, Freeman has 12 of his 24 commits entering their collegiate career as midyear enrollees.

The first-year head coach had his hands full this season, but he knew in order to keep this historic program on the right track, recruiting the best talent would be part of the process.

“Today is a day to celebrate because again, you have to continue to get the right guys to this place,” said Head Coach Marcus Freeman.

Those guys include offensive and defensive linemen and four receivers such as a Rico Flores and Jaden Greathouse.

“I remember watching Jaden Greathouse his sophomore year and being like gosh what an unbelievable player. I remember watching Rico Flores because there were some other guys out there and being like gosh, I hope we can reach this kid,” said Offensive Coordinator Tommy Rees.

The Irish also managed to get four-star quarterback Kenny Minchey out of Tennessee to utilize the offensive weapons.

“We’re thrilled to have Kenny and his family be a part of Notre Dame,” Rees added.

For a program that’s been driven by the defense, the Irish may have struck gold with the best linebacker in the country, Drayk Bowen.

“What attracted Drayk to you was, to me was he was the best player in Indiana which obviously he won Mr. Football for Indiana and then you see his film, you see his work ethic, you meet his family. You say ok, this is a Notre Dame kid man,” Freeman added.

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