The Notre Dame football team is doing a tremendous job on the recruiting trail, but will it bring the program a five-star quarterback?
The Notre Dame football team has plenty of rivals, and one big one is the University of Michigan. In terms of recruiting, it seems these programs are always battling each other, and this time, they are battling it out for a legacy QB for the Wolverines.
That legacy QB is C.J. Carr, the grandson of legendary Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr.
Carr recently was on campus throwing for the Irish, and it appears that the Golden Domers are trending hard to land the talented quarterback from Saline, Michigan. The 6-foot-3 junior is a five-star quarterback, and one of the coveted players in the 2024 recruiting class, but could he be headed to South Bend?
On Sunday, the talented Tom Loy from Irish Illustrated wrote that he is giving the Irish the Crystal Ball in terms of landing the 2024 signal-caller. Loy, who is usually spot on with these things,
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The Irish still do not know who their starting quarterback will be for the 2022 college football season, though it seems to be narrowed down between Tyler Buchner and Drew Pyne. True freshman Steve Angeli looked very good during the Blue-Gold Game, so in terms of the position group, there is talent there.
When you look at the 2023 recruiting class, Notre Dame football is also a big player for Dante Moore, a five-star quarterback from Michigan who is widely regarded as a top-3 player in the class. Moore has plenty of suitors and is taking a bunch of visits, so the hope is the Irish can hang on and get his commitment.
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We know the Irish are in serious play for Moore, and Carr has stated that where Moore chooses to attend school is not going to affect where he goes. That is great news for the Irish program because there are already some talented quarterbacks on campus now, and the talent pool could get a lot deeper across the next two recruiting cycles.