Decommitments

Notre Dame WR Commit Georgon Porter

Notre Dame Recruiting Impact: Decommitment of Geordon Porter

Things are really starting to heat up in the Notre Dame recruiting world both positively and negatively.  While there has been a lot of positive buzz for the Irish on the recruiting front in recent weeks, Notre Dame unfortunately lost ...

Notre Dame Recruiting Class Loses WR Braden Lenzy

Notre Dame suffered its second major decommitment for the class of 2018 on Wednesday when wide receiver Braden Lenzy unexpectedly decommitted and flipped to Oregon.  Lenzy, an Oregon native, had been committed to Notre Dame since February. I'm Committed to ...
Alex Anzalone Decommitment

Alex Anzalone Flips from Notre Dame to Florida

News spread quickly this afternoon that the fallout of Brian Kelly’s interview with the Philadelphia Eagles began to be felt Thursday afternoon.  Less than 24 hours after the story broke, Notre Dame lost its first recruit – early enrollee Alex ...

Notre Dame Loses Greenberry on Signing Day

Notre Dame fans have become accustomed to not receiving a lot of good news on Signing Days over the years save for a few surprises here and there, but on National Signing Day Irish fans were hit with one of the most ...

Bennett Okotcha Flips to Oklahoma

According to multiple recruiting services, cornerback Bennett Okotcha has switched his verbal commitment to Oklahoma and will sign with the Sooners on National Signing Day this Wednesday.  The loss leaves Notre Dame with 22 verbal commitments two days before Signing ...

Notre Dame Loses Stephon Tuitt

January has been full of excellent news for Notre Dame on and off the field, but Tuesday the Irish received a dose of bad news when 5-star defensive end Stephon Tuitt decommitted from Notre Dame in favor of Georgia Tech. ...

Nyshier Oliver to Tennessee

Nyshier Oliver made a weekend visit to Tennessee and on Tuesday he committed to the Vols – the team he originally committed to before switching his pledge to Notre Dame. Considering Oliver visited this late in the game, it isn’t ...

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