With Cam Williams already committed to Notre Dame football, I will give a few names of guys I think will join him in the class of 2024. Chansi Stuckey will have yet another extremely talented group heading to South Bend next year when all is said and done. I don’t think Cam Williams is going anywhere, with Stuckey likely sticking around for at least another year.
He’s the first receiver in the class, and out of the four names I think will end up in the class, he has the potential to be the best in the group. Next is someone who just visited Notre Dame recently and has ties with Stuckey as they grew up in the same city; that’s Isiah Canion.
According to 247Sports, Canion is a big-bodied receiver at 6’4″ and 190 pounds. While the site does not currently rate him, that changes soon as he becomes more well-known by recruiting services. He’s a very talented receiver and someone the Irish would be lucky to land.
Another receiver I’m guessing will end up on the team is Kwazi Gilmer. Another player not extremely highly rated that I think will shoot up ranking boards is 7-on-7 teammates with CJ Carr. According to social media posts, Instagram in particular, they have a solid bond, and CJ has excellent chemistry with him on the field.
Last but not least, Jeremiah McClellan. According to 247Sports, he’s the 152nd-ranked player in the class of 2024 and has a chance to rise higher than that. Allen Trieu of 247Sports compared him to former Purdue wideout and now Cleveland Browns receiver David Bell. Oh, it doesn’t hurt that he’s also on the same 7-on-7 team as CJ Carr. Another positive for the Irish is that he attended the same school as Notre Dame football running back Jeremiyah Love.
If I had to guess, these will be the guys that the Irish end up with when early signing day rolls around for the class of 2024. There’s some elite talent and a couple of guys with the potential to skyrocket in the ranks. Notre Dame football would be lucky to have these four wideouts.