The Notre Dame football program has been stacking talent for their 2023 recruiting class, and another elite WR could be coming soon.
It has been an outstanding few months for the Notre Dame football program in terms of their recruiting, as they seemingly add an elite player to the program every week. Recently, Marcus Freeman and his staff have taken things to another level, however, and currently hold the No. 1 recruiting classes for the 2023 and 2024 cycles.
Still, they are not stopping there, and the hope is that the group of players they bring in over the next few years will put them in a position to be legitimate national title contenders.
During the 2021 recruiting cycle, Notre Dame football was supposed to have a haul of multiple wide receivers, though they landed only one, Tobias Merriweather. While Merriweather is an excellent talent, depth is a serious issue right now at the position group, but all of that is changing positively.
Notre Dame football land another elite 2023 wide receiver?
Over at 247Sports.com, they do an outstanding job of Crystal Balling players to their respective colleges and usually get it right. Looking at some of the Crystal Ball predictions for the Notre Dame football team, one name that stands out is Jaden Greathouse, a four-star wideout from Texas.
Greathouse is expected to announce his commitment on July 15, and the way it is looking, he could end up being Irish.
If he commits to the Irish, that means Freeman and his staff have brought in three wideouts in Greathouse, Braylon James, and Rico Flores. Also, Cam Williams has committed for the 2024 recruiting class, so the Irish are bolstering this position group.
The Notre Dame football team should be an exciting one to watch in 2022, but to do something special, these good players need to be great.
The Notre Dame football team is doing unprecedented things in terms of their recruiting, and it is clear that Freeman was the right man to take over for Brian Kelly. Notre Dame football also has a 2024 five-star quarterback commitment from CJ Carr, so in terms of the passing game, the future is bright.