It's finally here. The day we get to see the recruiting class the Notre Dame football staff worked so hard to put together. The Fighting Irish enter Wednesday morning with a Top-10 recruiting class. The big question now is whether or not they can keep it together and whether there might be a surprise or two before it's all said and done.
Even if there is no surprise at all, Marcus Freeman's class for this cycle is breathtaking. CJ Carr has already given a peek at what he can do at the college level. He's participated in a couple of Fighting Irish bowl prep practices and impressed his new coaches. And he's not even someone who can participate fully yet.
Then there's Cam Williams. The wide receiver doesn't get talked about enough and has been lost in the shuffle a bit because of all the talk of the transfer receivers Notre Dame has managed to haul in. But he really shouldn't be someone that gets lost in the shuffle.
According to 247Sports, Cam Williams is the 13th highest ranked commit in the modern era of college football recruiting. Then there's Logan Saldate, who analysts believe has a very good chance at seeing the field in 2024.
There's Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa, there's Bryce Young (no not the Carolina Panthers' quarterback) and many, many others. Things are going to start coming in fast and furiously on Wednesday afternoon. The Notre Dame football team is officially reloading and getting ready to make a run at the playoffs next season.
We're a long way from knowing who is going to contribute next year. We're a long way from knowing if any and all of these guys will contribute at all. However, it's clear there's plenty to be excited about with this Notre Dame football group.
Keep checking this page throughout the day for updates on who has officially signed and any surprises that may come along.
It's only 8am in South Bend and the Notre Dame football team has already locked in 14 signees.
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Cam Williams has signed!
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