Notre Dame football OL target gushes about 'amazing' visit

Notre Dame makes strides with 2026 OL prospect Adam Guthrie during his latest visit, aiming to secure an offer amid strong competition.

The Notre Dame football team knows it has a long way to go when it comes to landing one of the top offensive line prospects in the 2026 class. However, it looks like Marcus Freeman and company made some serious headway last weekend.

Ohio-based offensive lineman Adam Guthrie paid yet another unofficial visit to South Bend and made it clear that he absolutely loved what he saw. Now it’s all about making sure he keeps that in mind as his recruiting process continues.

With more than 18 months until Guthrie can officially sign on the dotted line, it’s all about making progress. And the Notre Dame football team has definitely done that.

Notre Dame football shows OL target an ‘amazing’ time on latest visit

Guthrie spoke to Irish Sports Daily not long after he wrapped up his visit with the Irish and it’s clear they’re in very good standing. 

“We got to visit the campus and meet all the coaches again, which was a great time,” Guthrie told Matt Freeman. “It’s an amazing time every time I come here.” 

Interestingly enough, despite boasting more than 33 offers already, he doesn’t yet have one from the Irish. That was part of the reason for his visit. He wanted to camp with Freeman and company and show that he deserves to officially be in their plans for 2026.

While the Fighting Irish are dragging their heels, he does already have interest from Appalachian State, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, Bowling Green, Campbell, Cincinnati, Florida, Indiana, Kent State, Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Miami, Miami (OH), Missouri, NC State, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Syracuse, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Toledo, UCF, USF, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.

It seems likely that it’s only a matter of time before Adam Guthrie gets that offer from the Notre Dame football program. When he does, it appears they’ll be near the front of a very long line.