2017 offers continue to pile up for Notre Dame
Notre Dame's coast-to-coast recruiting has continued this week. The Irish have extended several offers in the last few days. ND Insider takes a closer look at some of the latest reported offers from Tuesday and Wednesday.
• DE Logan Rudolph, 6-4, 225; Rock Hill (S.C.) Northwestern: The three-star recruit reported a Notre Dame offer Tuesday night after speaking with running backs coach Autry Denson. The Irish joined a list of 30 schools to offer Rudolph including South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida State, Michigan, Texas A&M and USC.
He recorded 62 tackles, 15 sacks, nine tackles for a loss and one interception returned for a touchdown in his junior season. He added eight catches for 110 yards and one touchdown as a tight end.
Rivals ranks Rudolph as the No. 16 strongside defensive end in the 2017 class. 247Sports slates him as the No. 25 tight end.
Rudolph told ND Insider he hopes to visit Notre Dame at some point this spring or summer.
— Logan Rudolph (@Logan4Rudolph) February 17, 2016
• CB Thomas Graham, 5-10, 173; Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) High: The USC commit reported an offer Wednesday morning following a conversation with offensive coordinator Mike Sanford. The four-star cornerback claims more than a dozen offers including Arizona State, Oklahoma, UCLA and Louisville.
Graham tallied 103 tackles, two tackles for a loss and one interception for a touchdown in his junior season. He added nine catches for 93 yards and one touchdown as a receiver.
247Sports slates Graham as the No. 5 cornerback in the 2017 class. Rivals ranks him No. 6 at the position.
— PresidentofAOS (@ThomasGrahamJr) February 17, 2016
• DT Eric Crosby, 6-2, 285; Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes: The four-star recruit reported a Notre Dame offer Wednesday. Crosby started the month with a top five of Alabama, Clemson, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and North Carolina State with plans to commit on April 22.
Crosby recorded 50 tackles, seven tackles for a loss, three sacks and two forced fumbles in his junior season.
Both Rivals and 247Sports peg Crosby as the No. 8 defensive tackle in the 2017 class.
— yeti27 (@ekm2781) February 17, 2016