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2024 Recruiting Off to a Hot Start

Updated: Oct 12, 2022

Photo Credit: @ndfootball on Instagram

Even though the 2023 recruiting has not signed yet, the 2024 class is off to an amazing start. Now that coach Marcus Freeman has placed a priority on recruiting, this coaching staff is putting in the work to bring in the type of recruits that will bring Notre Dame another Championship. Will it be easy? Absolutely not, but this staff is proving that they are willing to at least take a shot on highly ranked recruits.

This is something Notre Dame fans have been begging for in recent seasons. Under Brian Kelly, Notre Dame brought in their fair share of good recruits, including but not limited to: Jaylon Smith, Aaron Lynch, Ishaq Williams, Max Redfield, Gunner Kiel, Tommy Kraemer, Michael Mayer, Stephon Tuitt, and Jordan Johnson. Not all of these players panned out, but they were ranked incredibly high according to multiple recruiting services. Despite these highly ranked recruits, Irish fans have been begging for more. In order to change the narrative, Marcus Freeman and his coaching staff must make this 2024 class a great one. For now, Notre Dame fans should be encouraged because of the players they have already landed.


Brandon Davis-Swain

DL — 6’4, 240 lbs

West Bloomfield High School (West Bloomfield, MI)

Consensus: 4 Star

Owen Wafle

DL — 6’3, 270 lbs

Hun School (Princeton, NJ)

Consensus: 4 Star

C.J. Carr

QB — 6’2.5, 195 lbs

Saline High School (Saline, MI)

Consensus: 4 Star

Jack Larsen

TE — 6’3, 220 lbs

Charlotte Catholic High School (Charlotte, NC)

Consensus: 4 Star

Cam Williams

WR — 6’2, 185 lbs

Glenbard South High School (Glen Ellyn, IL)

Consensus: 4 Star

Peter Jones

OL — 6’5, 289 lbs

Malvern Preparatory School (Malvern, PA)

Consensus: 4 Star


Final Take-

With the recent success of recruiting on defense, the 2024 class is catching up on offense. C.J. Carr looks like the type of quarterback who could lead Notre Dame to a championship. As Notre Dame continues to add more players to this recruiting class, time will tell if they can get Notre Dame over that playoff hump. This group of recruits has the potential to do just that, but this group of coaches must continue to find and land great players to accomplish that goal. Marcus Freeman is slowly changing the narrative at Notre Dame and fans should be excited to see who commits next.

Go Irish!


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