IRISH STEW

Notre Dame pulls out semi truck for WR Demetris Robertson

IRISH STEW

Mike Vorel
South Bend Tribune

The bigger the vehicle, the bigger the impression?

That was certainly the strategy for Notre Dame assistant coaches Mike Sanford, Mike Denbrock and Mike Elston, who pulled up to five-star wide receiver Demetris Robertson's house for the program's final in-home visit on Thursday in a massive 18-wheel Notre Dame equipment truck.

Robertson — a 6-foot, 180-pound wide receiver and U.S. Army All-American — will chose between Notre Dame, Stanford, Georgia, Georgia Tech and Alabama, though his recruitment may stretch past signing day.

Even in Savannah, Ga., it seems, the Irish travel in style.

Notre Dame outside my house; we have a surprise for SCPS too!! #GoIrishpic.twitter.com/ZfW7pfmRNA

— RealRobertson5 (@d_rob4) January 28, 2016

#HereComeTheIrish

— Coach Mike Sanford (@CoachSanfordND) January 28, 2016

Next Stop #SAV Georgia

— Scott Booker (@CoachSBooker) January 28, 2016

If I had a truck and I'm talking a real TRUCK I think I would have to name it RobD #JoinTheFighthttps://t.co/brvWi3XsXT

— Dave Peloquin (@dpeloqu1) January 28, 2016

Can't beat this morning with ND One, @MikeDenbrock and @WaffleHousepic.twitter.com/9eSmIIERys

— Coach Mike Sanford (@CoachSanfordND) January 28, 2016

"What though the odds be great or small" A great morning in the Peach State! #JoinTheFight#F16ghtingIrishpic.twitter.com/asItsXeoee

— Mike Denbrock (@MikeDenbrock) January 28, 2016

Five-star wide receiver Demetris Robertson, a 2016 Notre Dame target, visited Alabama this weekend (Photo courtesy of U.S. Army All-American Bowl)