No. 10–Torii Hunter Jr., Prosper HS, Prosper, Texas
Hunter may be one of the most underrated recruits in this class. Whenever Hunter has an opportunity to showcase his talent on a national stage, he has proven that he is one of the best talents in the country. At The Opening, he was tremendous. At the Army All-American Bowl, he has been equally as good. The son of Torii Hunter, Detroit Tigers baseball player, will have an opportunity to play early at Notre Dame if he comes in physically prepared.
No. 9–Hunter Bivin, Apollo, Owensboro, Kentucky
Bivin is an Under Armour All-American Game Participant. Rivals.com ranks Bivin as the 171st recruit nationally. At 6’7” 288 lbs, Bivin is a huge force. Since he does not have play immediately, Notre Dame Strength Coach Paul Longo will be able to remake his body and prepare him to play in 2014 or 2015.
No. 8–Issac Rochell, Eagle’s Landing Christian, McDonough, Georgia
In years before, Notre Dame would need Issac Rochell to come in and immediately play along the Defensive Line. Rochell is one of top Defensive End recruits in the country. At 6’5” 260 lbs, Rochell fits with the Ends that Notre Dame has been recruiting. He is tall and big. He will be able to fill in for Stephon Tuitt.