Could former Florida commit Spencer Perry be leaning Irish?

IRISH STEW

Mike Vorel
South Bend Tribune

Let's take a second and consider the facts.

Namely, the following:

  • Last weekend, Spencer Perry — a 6-foot-3, 202-pound safety, and a Florida commit — attended the Irish Invasion camp at Notre Dame.
  • After leaving South Bend, Perry respectfully declined an interview, except for to say, "Notre Dame is a special place."
  • On Saturday, Perry tweeted a photo of himself competing at the camp, with the caption, "A life full of options is a nice life."
  • And on Monday, Perry de-committed from Florida.

After further research, I have chosen to decomit from UF. Thanks to the coaching staff @ UF.

— A.$.A.P Perry (@Black___Jesus7) June 22, 2015//

Given the evidence, it would be reasonable to assume Notre Dame is in the running for the newly-available 2016 safety's services.

Perry is one of several standouts at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., where 2016 Irish running back commit Tony Jones Jr. also plays a starring role. He's ranked as a three-star prospect by both Rivals and 247Sports, and claims offers from the likes of Florida (obviously), Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Auburn, Clemson, Oregon and more.

On Friday, three-star wide receiver Kevin Stepherson — another Irish Invasion attendee — became the Irish's second verbal commit from the state of Florida in the 2016 class.

Might Perry soon be the third?

A life full of options is a nice life.. pic.twitter.com/qTF6hPETrL

— A.$.A.P Perry (@Black___Jesus7) June 20, 2015//

Notre Dame football prospect Spencer Perry participates in Irish Invasion Friday, June 19, 2015 in South Bend. SBT Photo/BECKY MALEWITZ 
Notre Dame football prospect, Spencer Perry runs a drill during Irish Invasion Friday, June 19, 2015 in South Bend. SBT Photo/BECKY MALEWITZ 
Notre Dame football prospect Perry Spencer participates in Irish Invasion Friday, June 19, 2015 in South Bend. SBT Photo/BECKY MALEWITZ