#84 Cole Kmet / Tight End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 255
  • Hometown: Lake Barrington, IL
  • School: St. Viator
  • Composite Ranking:
  • National Ranking: 82
  • Positional Ranking: 3

Recapping A Wild Start to the New Year for Notre Dame’s Roster & Staff

It’s been a wild end to 2019 and start to 2020 for Notre Dame and its roster and coaching staff.  No one would fault anyone for losing track of all of the comings and goings that have happened over the ...
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Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet Receives 2nd Round Grade, Future Undecided

According to The Athletic’s Pete Sampson, Notre Dame junior tight end Cole Kmet received a second-round grade from the NFL Advisory Committee and, he is still undecided about whether or not he will return for a senior season or head ...

Notre Dame Can Now Turn Attention to Its ‘6-Star’ Recruits

With the early signing period closing without a hitch for Notre Dame with 18 letters of intent signed including those from seven recruits who begin their Notre Dame careers next month as early enrollees, the Irish staff can now turn ...

Matchups to Watch As Notre Dame Hopes to Boat Race Bowling Green

After two stiff challenges in a row, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish now face what should be a breather for the next date on the 2019 schedule. They host the Bowling Green Falcons, who are coming off a bye week ...
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5 Things I Liked in Notre Dame’s ‘Quality Loss’ to Georgia

Spoiler alert: I kind of hate the term quality loss.  You either win or you lose.  There shouldn’t even be a discussion about “quality losses”.  That said, if there is a such a loss that qualifies as a “quality loss”, ...

Brian Kelly Provides Optimistic Injury Update for Notre Dame

Notre Dame exited their second game of the season without any significant additions to the injury report.  On Sunday, Brian Kelly updated the media on the status of the players Notre Dame was without on Saturday in their 66-14 beatdown ...

Brian Kelly Updates Status of Injured Notre Dame Offensive Starters

By the time Notre Dame finished its first drive on Monday night, they were down three starting offensive players.  Cole Kmet and Michael Young entered the game on the injured list, and Jafar Armstrong joined them a few plays into ...

Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet Breaks Collarbone in Practice

Notre Dame suffered its first injury to an expected starter of 2019 on Thursday with reports of starting tight end Cole Kmet breaking his collarbone in practice. A broken collarbone is usually a 4-6 week recovery time. If that is ...

Notre Dame Football’s Top 25 Players for 2019: #11-15

Our countdown of the top 25 players on the Notre Dame football roster for 2019 continues today with the players ranked 11th through 15th.  After a healthy dose of defensive linemen yesterday, we’re going to spend the majority of our ...

Claypool, Armstrong, and Kmet: Who Will Break Out For Notre Dame In 2019?

Notre Dame lost their top running back, wide receiver, and tight end following the 2018 12-1 season. Those three players accounted for 2,360 all-purpose yards, 111 receptions, and 24 total touchdowns. The cupboard is not bare, however, with replacements Jafar ...

6 Players Notre Dame Needs to Step Up in 2019

With spring football wrapping down this week and concluding with the Blue & Gold game on Saturday, we’ve learned a little about just where the Irish currently stand in their quest to return to the playoffs. From what we know ...

5 Reasons Notre Dame Will Field A Top 10 Offense In 2019

The last time Notre Dame finished in the top 10 offensively according to S&P+ was in 2015. That team used an efficient and mobile quarterback, a strong offensive line, dynamic running backs, and a big play receiver. That unit finished ...

5 Breakout Players for Notre Dame This Spring

The Fighting Irish will be looking to get back to the playoffs in 2019, but will have to replace several key players off of last year’s 12-1 team. With spring practice half way through I take a look at 5 ...

Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet Ditching Baseball for Football for Now

The Notre Dame football team is getting another two sport start to give up their second sport to focus their attention to the gridiron this spring.  Rising junior Cole Kmet, a potential breakout player, decided to focus on football only ...

Brian Kelly Likes Where Notre Dame is At This Spring Already

After some time off for spring break, Notre Dame returned to practice this week and almost half way through spring ball a few things are starting to become clear while the Irish are still figuring things out in other places.  ...