A Way-Too-Early-Guess at Notre Dame Football's Recruiting Class of 2022 (2022)

In case you missed it, I recently reviewed my way-too-early guess at Notre Dame football’s recruiting class of 2021. As is tradition, next year’s way-too-early guess is next, and I think it’s one that most of you would be pretty pleased with.

The Fighting Irish have gotten off to their usual strong start, with a recruiting class currently sitting at #7 overall in the 247Sports Composite Team Rankings and an average commit grade of .9114. Five of the eight current commits hold a blue-chip status, with the other three being just below 4 stars within the Top 500 recruits nationally.

As far as the numbers go, you would probably assume that the Irish will be targeting a small class after signing 27 players in the Class of 2021. However, I do not expect that to be the case based on how aggressive the staff is being this early in the cycle. If I were to guess the reason, I’d say the ND staff is probably expecting a higher amount of attrition than normal in the coming years with the one-time free transfer rule expected to pass. If that’s the case, it’s possible that larger classes could become the norm. With this in mind, I’m guessing a full class size of 25 signees for 2022.



Steve Angeli — NJ — 6’3″/215 — .8900

The newest commit for Notre Dame in the class of 2022 was also the first QB to receive an offer from Notre Dame this cycle. He’s got a great frame, a nice feel for the pocket, and is a natural thrower. Now we just need him to put his recruiting cap on so we can pull some receivers.

Other names to watch: None

Running Back

JD Price — TX — 5’11″/180 — .9201

The second most recent commit to join the class (behind Angeli) is a really good start to the Notre Dame backfield. A nice blend of both speed and power for his size. Check out Brendan’s write-up on his commitment here if you missed it.

Dallan Hayden — TN — 5’11″/195 — .9207

Probably option 1B as far as the realistic targets remaining for Notre Dame behind Nicholas Singleton. The Irish are currently battling Ohio State for both. I’m thinking the Buckeyes land Singleton and the Irish land Hayden.

Other names to watch: Nicholas Singleton (.9583), Gi’Bran Payne (.9278), Damari Alston (.9044), Zach Evans (.8688)

Wide Receiver

Kaden Saunders — OH — 5’10/175 — .9447

He’s currently committed to Penn State, but that hasn’t stopped Notre Dame from recruiting the heck out of him. This is a blazing fast kid who recently ran a 4.31 hand-timed 40-yard-dash at a Best of the Midwest event a few weeks ago. This will be tough for the Irish to pull off, but I think they can do it.

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Addison Copeland — NY — 6’2″/190 — .8516

Copeland was a Rutgers commit back when Notre Dame extended a scholarship offer on February 9th. About an hour later, he wasn’t anymore. He has a really good frame, is a physical player, and he supposedly runs a sub-4.5 40. Sounds good to me.

Amorion Walker — LA — 6’3″/180 — .8466

Another kid with a really good frame and plus-athleticism. The ND staff reportedly thinks he’s wildly underrated by the recruiting services at this point. Things are trending in the right direction with him right now for Notre Dame, but he could still be a tough pull out of the South.

Other names to watch: Kaleb Brown (.9759), Tyler Morris (.9654), Tobias Merriweather (.9555), DJ Allen (.9211), Jay Fair (.8678), Xayvion Bradshaw (.8600)

Tight End

Jack Nickel — GA — 6’4″/230 — .8856

One of the first players to join this class back in July. Solid all-around player who does everything well.

Eli Raridon — IA — 6’6″/230 — .8839

This is a good athlete at the tight end position and will probably end up a riser in the rankings. Notre Dame offered him a few weeks ago and immediately jumped to the top of his list. He’s also a Notre Dame legacy — his father, Scott, played offensive line for the Irish in the early 2000s. I could also see Holden Staes, a former Penn State commit, taking this spot as well. Notre Dame holds the lead for both guys, and it might come down to who commits first.

Other names to watch: Holden Staes (.9226)

Offensive Line

Joey Tanona — IN — 6’5″/295 — .9385

This in-state lineman was the first commit to join the class. He’s probably destined to play on the interior at guard, though he might be able to play right tackle as well.

Ty Chan — MA — 6’6″/275 — .9235

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Now this guy is a tackle all the way, and he should turn out a good one. He’s a really good athlete, much quicker than most offensive linemen. I really like the potential here.

Billy Schrauth — WI — 6’5″/285 — .9362

It’s REALLY hard to land good talent out of Wisconsin. The Badgers are known for having their state locked down, so it’s a tall order to steal a guy that they like right out from under their nose. However, that’s exactly what it looks like Jeff Quinn is going to do here with Billy Schrauth. Right now it looks like just a matter of time before he’s in the class for Notre Dame, but the Badgers are still fighting. The sooner Quinn wraps this up, the better.

Aamil Wagner — OH — 6’6″/250 — .9444

Another pure tackle prospect. Goes to Wayne High School in Dayton, which happens to be the alma mater of Marcus Freeman and Mike Mickens. That connection probably helps Notre Dame a bit, but Quinn has likewise been doing a good job here.

Other names to watch: Zach Rice (.9880), Jake Taylor (.9076), Grant Bingham (.9008), George Fitzpatrick (.9000)


Defensive Tackle

Anthony Lucas — AZ — 6’4″/280 — .9507

In order for this to happen, Notre Dame probably needs to get him out for a visit. So keep your fingers crossed that the dead period finally comes to an end this summer. Elston and Freeman are coming after this elite defensive tackle extremely hard, and it’s resonating with him right now.

Other names to watch: Ernest Cooper (.9199), Kaleb Artis (.8850), Donovan Hinish (.8789)

Defensive End

Tyson Ford — MO — 6’5″/245 — .9494

Currently the top-rated commit in the class. Notre Dame almost lost him to Oklahoma, but Marcus Freeman shut that down real quick after getting hired at Notre Dame.

Aiden Gobaira — VA — 6’6″/235 — .8839

This is a really good athlete with an elite frame, and probably another riser in the rankings as we get closer to signing day. He was looking like a Penn State lean until Marcus Freeman was able to help Elston turn it into Notre Dame’s favor.

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DJ Wesolak — MO — 6’6″/230 — .9094

Just got a huge bump in the 247Sports Composite, and he’s probably just getting started. He’s good friends with Tyson Ford, and they’re planning to visit Notre Dame together sometime in the near future. That could be all it takes to wrap things up for Notre Dame.

Tevarua Tafiti — HI — 6’3″/220 — .9111

Gotta keep that Hawaii pipeline going. Make sure Polian is earning his keep. He goes to Punahou, where he (along with 2021 signee Kahanu Kia) is coached by Robby Toma. He dropped his Top 8 last week, which of course included Notre Dame. If he gets to visit South Bend, Notre Dame probably locks this one up.

Other names to watch: Cyrus Moss (.9775), Isaac Hamm (.9130), Alex Bauman (.8567)


Nolan Zeigler — MI — 6’4″/210 — .9000

A Notre Dame legacy and lifelong Notre Dame fan. He was a lock the moment Clark Lea offered him over the summer. This rover prospect recently got bumped into 4-star status by the 247Sports Composite, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him end up somewhere in the 200-250ish range by signing day.

Niuafe “Junior” Tuihalamaka — CA — 6’2″/240 — .9712

This Mike linebacker prospect had been committed to USC for almost a full year before receiving an offer from Notre Dame on January 21st. Two days later he was back on the market as an uncommitted recruit. The Irish have been pushing all the right buttons in this recruitment, and it would be safe to say they hold the lead right now.

Joshua Burnham — MI — 6’4″/215 — .9520

Burnham was considered a long-time Michigan lean until very recently. Marcus Freeman has Notre Dame surging into the lead right now, he just needs to close the deal. This would be a big coup if he can pull it off.

Sebastian Cheeks — IL — 6’2″/210 — .9389

This is one of the guys I feel best about for Notre Dame right now. He took multiple visits to South Bend before the dead period started, and Marcus Freeman has continued to make him a priority after taking over as DC. Not sure if he has a time-frame in mind to make a commitment, but I expect the pick to be Notre Dame.


Other names to watch: Jaylen Sneed (.9652), Devon Jackson (.9398), Robby Snelling (.9000)


Nikai Martinez — FL — 5’11″/175 — .9153

The Irish are in good early position for Martinez right now, but this one is far from over. Clemson is probably going to be some tough competition here, and Florida is hanging around as well, but Mike Mickens is doing good work. He would be a great fit to cover the slot or nickel.

Jaeden Gould — NJ — 6’2″/190 — .9409

Michigan had a huge lead for this blue-chip corner for what seemed like forever, but Notre Dame has been making some moves as of late. Gould has great size and length for the corner position, and would be a great fit on the boundary.

Other names to watch: Khamauri Rodgers (.9722), Jyaire Brown (.9526), Ephesians Prysock (.9228), Cam Miller (.9108), Jaden Mickey (.9088), Jayden Bellamy (.8839), Davison Igbinosun (.8739), Avery Powell (.8697), Ryland Gandy (.8527)


Kevin Winston — MD — 6’2″/190 — .8527

Kevin Winston is wildly underrated in the Composite rankings right now. He’s one of the top targets for Notre Dame and the Irish are in good early position. Marcus Freeman and Chris O’Leary are doing really good work here.

Jaden Mangham — MI — 6’3″/185 — .9000

One of the newest offers for Notre Dame, and he’ll be a top priority moving forward. Really rangy athlete the Irish are targeting at free safety. It’s early, but Notre Dame is probably already one of his co-leaders at this point with Michigan. Hard to pick against Notre Dame considering how good Marcus Freeman has been on the trail in his short time with the Irish.

Other names to watch: Xavier Nwankpa (.9705), Sherrod Covil (.9213), Jake Pope (.8889), Emory Floyd (.8739), Jarred Kerr (.8905), Cooper Barkate (.8900), Devin Moore (.8789)


It took far longer than it normally does for Notre Dame to land their quarterback, with Angeli committing within the past few days. I’m really hoping the dead period finally ends in June so the Irish can get these 2023 kids on campus and see them in person like they normally do.

If Jeff Quinn ends up signing the offensive line class that I’ve projected, he might as well change his last name to “Win” because that’s all he seems to be doing on the trail lately.

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As usual, the most difficult area to project is the defensive secondary — with receiver coming in second place. This time of year is always that stage where Notre Dame just got done sending out a bunch of offers and we’re still in the middle of figuring out who the realistic possibilities are.

If you ask me the guy I have in the “other names to watch” section that I’d most like to see end up at ND, the answer is Xavier Nwankpa without question. He has Kyle Hamilton-like potential, but unfortunately Notre Dame is running in second place right now behind Ohio State.

I was thinking about the guys I projected to sign on the defensive side of the ball, and my early guess somehow seems both too good to be true and shockingly attainable. Marcus Freeman has been an absolute beast on the trail so far, and he’s not slowing down. Of course there are some guys I don’t feel as confident about as others, but the Irish are probably co-leaders or better for just about every guy I picked on the defensive side of the ball — and they lead for a few in the “other names to watch” category as well. There’s a decent chance that the Irish end up turning away some pretty good players.


How many 4 star recruits does Notre Dame have? ›

Notre Dame's 2023 class is ranked No. 5 with four top-100 recruits per 247sports, one five-star (Peyton Bowen) and 18 four-stars.

Where does Notre Dame recruiting class rank? ›

3 class in the country, trailing only Alabama and Georgia, respectively. Ohio State and LSU trail the Irish to round out the top five, also respectively. Of Notre Dame's 23 commits, 20 rank as four-star prospects, and the Irish have one On3 Consensus five-star commit — Denton (Texas) Guyer's Peyton Bowen.

How many 5 star recruits does Notre Dame have? ›

Notre Dame now has 16 commits in the 2023 class, including five offensive lineman. Of those 16 commits, one ranks as a five-star (Keon Keeley) and 13 rank as four-star recruits on the composite rankings.

Who will be Notre Dames starting QB in 2022? ›

Notre Dame football will have a new look at quarterback heading into the 2022 season. Former four-star quarterback Tyler Buchner was named Notre Dame's starting quarterback in the Fighting Irish's season opener against Ohio State Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

Did any Notre Dame recruits decommit? ›

On Thursday, Arizona 4-Star offensive lineman Elijah Paige announced his decommitment from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and its 2023 recruiting class.

Are 2 star recruits good? ›

2 stars is a typical ranking for recruits at most mid-major level or Division I FCS schools. No major recruiting service currently issues ratings below 2 stars; unrated players typically play at levels below NCAA Division I or may be walk-ons at Division I schools.

What is a Tier 1 recruit? ›

Tier 1—Regular high school graduates, adult diploma holders, and non-graduates with at least 15 hours of college credit. · Tier 2—Alternative credential holders, including those with a General Education Development (GED) certificate of high school equivalency. · Tier 3—Those with no education credentials.

Should I tweet at recruits? ›

Yes! Student-athletes should be proactive when it comes to Twitter and college recruiting. Sending a direct message to a college coach on Twitter is oftentimes the quickest way to communicate and get on their radar.

What college has the most 5 star recruits? ›

Alabama May Have the Most Loaded Roster in College Football History
Most Active 5-Star Players
Florida State9
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Is a 5-star recruit good? ›

In college football recruiting, we categorize how skilled a player is by using a star ranking system. 1-star players hold the lowest ranking, while 5-star players are the best recruits in the country that just about every program wants to sign.

Where do the most 5-star recruits come from? ›

Arizona, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia. Six states have produced a trio of 5-stars. Arizona's group includes Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler, Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo and Texas running back Bijan Robinson.

How much is a 5-star recruit worth? ›

According to the study, five-star recruits are worth an average of $650,000 per year to their program.

Who is the best NFL player to come out of Notre Dame? ›

#1 - Joe Montana, QB

The greatest Fighting Irish alumnus to grace the NFL is Joe Montana, with whom he won the 1977 National Championship. The Hall of Fame quarterback was picked out of Notre Dame in round three of the 1979 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers.

Who will start at QB for Notre Dame next year? ›

Notre Dame has named sophomore Tyler Buchner as its starting quarterback for the 2022 season, the Irish announced Saturday. The decision comes eight days after Notre Dame started preseason camp. “It was time.

Who is going to be the next Notre Dame football coach? ›

Marcus Freeman Begins His First Full Season as Notre Dame's Coach - The New York Times. College Football|Marcus Freeman is 36.

Can a recruit decommit after signing? ›

Can a student-athlete change their mind or decommit after signing a letter of intent? Yes, a student-athlete can change their mind after signing a letter of intent, however, it may risk losing one year of eligibility at your new school.

Can a player get out of a letter of intent? ›

Can I Get Out of the Letter of Intent? If you sign a LOI and then change your mind, it is possible to appeal it and ask for a release. After all, colleges don't want student athletes who don't really want to be there. In most cases, the NCAA does grant the release.

Who is Notre Dame's biggest rival in football? ›

USC Trojans Series History. Regarded as one of the most intense rivalries in all of college football, Notre Dame and USC have played 92 times between 1926 and 2022, with the Fighting Irish leading the overall series 48-36-5. Notre Dame also has the longest win streak with 11 from 1983–1993.

How many 5 star recruits are there every year? ›

All 34 247Sports Composite five-star recruits in the class of 2022 are signed and getting ready to begin their college careers…

How often do 5 star recruits go pro? ›

That's especially true when you consider the average recruiting cycle since the Class of 2017 has included 16,602 players and during that time 1,294 players have been drafted. Over that period, five-star recruits make up only . 7% of the overall recruiting cycle.

How good is a 1 star recruit? ›

A five-star prospect is considered to be one of the nation's top 25-30 players, four star is a top 250-300 or so player, three-stars is a top 750 level player, two stars means the player is a mid-major prospect and one star means the player is not ranked.

Can you get a bonus for hiring new recruits? ›

Referral bonuses are usually part of an employee referral program and are granted under specific guidelines. An employee referral bonus is an incentive provided by an employer that motivates employees to help recruit candidates from within their networks.

Do recruiters get bonuses for recruits? ›

Internal recruiters work for a specific company or organization. Like with most full-time careers, employers pay them a salary. Recruiters may also get bonuses for reaching certain goals established by their human resources department.

Can you be a 5 star recruit? ›

5-star is the highest ranking that can be bestowed upon a college football recruit, and it's undoubtedly an honor. It's a ranking that comes with a ton of publicity and hype, but it also brings a heavy amount of responsibility, accountability and expectations. The pressure is on when you're labeled as a 5-star recruit.

Do recruits get mail every night? ›

Mail call is usually every evening, Monday through Saturday. At the end of the duty day, the drill instructor will enter the barracks, call out names and pass out mail. You're then usually granted about one hour of free time to read your mail.

Why do recruits fail basic training? ›

The most common reason why people fail basic training is that medical issues prevent them from doing so safely. If this situation arises, you'll be medically separated from the Air Force but depending on how long you serve, you may still be entitled to some veteran benefits.

Do college coaches check your social media? ›

Many coaches do searches on all recruits now to get insight into the character of recruits.” “Yes, we do look through social media sites when we recruit athletes. We Google them and try and find out what we can.” Think before you post, don't be too emotional and bold.

What percent of 5 star recruits make it to the NFL? ›

While four- and five-star prospects make up less than 10% of all football scholarship signees, they accounted for 65.3% of the NFL's first round. Here's a look at the 247Sports Composite five-star players drafted in first round since 2005.

Is a 4 star recruit good? ›

4-star recruits

These prospects have excellent knowledge of the game and ability. They will most likely start their freshman year in college and are the best player on their club or high school team.

Has there ever been a 6 star recruit? ›

Watkins finished his career with the Tigers with 240 receptions for 3,391 yards and 27 touchdowns. Looking back, it's obvious Watkins was a 6-star recruit.

Has there ever been a 1.000 recruit? ›

Jadeveon Clowney – 2011

Jadeveon Clowney became the first perfect-rated recruit in eight years when he received a 1.0000 rating in 2011.

Is a three star recruit good? ›

ESPN.com classifies a 3-star recruit as one who is not really consistent with showing dominance, especially when matched up against top players in the country. Based on a numerical rating of 79-70, players who are closer to 79 ratings possess the ability to be an all-conference or quality player.

Is NCSA recruiting worth it? ›

Answering the question: is the NCSA worth the money? Simply put: Yes. If a family receives a scholarship and/or a sweet financial aid package at the end of the process, then paying the NCSA upwards of several thousand dollars for their services is definitely worth it.

What state has the best high school football recruits? ›

Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, Florida, LSU and Texas are the schools in the best position to land one of the most well-known recruits ever.

How hard is it to be a 5 Star football recruit? ›

Players rated three-stars and up, who make up almost all of Power 5 recruiting classes, are roughly 0.6 percent of seniors playing high school football. No matter what the exact number of senior high school players nationwide is, not more than one in 100 gets any kind of star rating.

What state recruits the most football players? ›


What college player has the highest NIL deal? ›

The 'King of NIL'

Rayquan Smith is a two-sport athlete at Norfolk State University in Virginia.

Who is the highest paid NIL college athletes? ›

Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young is the highest NIL earner this year. Young has a total valuation of $3.2 million in NIL deals. Bryce Young saw his value rise in 2022 after winning the coveted Heisman Trophy the previous season.

Who has the best NIL deal? ›

Rayquan Smith Signs over 70 NIL Deals

HBCU product Rayquan Smith has evolved from "Norfolk State running back" to the "King of NIL." Smith is heading into his senior year having earned over 70 NIL deals.

Who is the favorite in the Notre Dame game? ›

Caesars Sportsbook lists Notre Dame as a 17-point favorite on the road, and kick-off is scheduled for 12 p.m. ET. The total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, or the over/under, is 40 in the latest Notre Dame vs. Navy odds.

Who is the most famous Notre Dame alumni? ›

16 famous people you didn't know attended Notre Dame
  • George Wendt. Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images. ...
  • Condoleezza Rice. AP Photo/South Bend Tribune, Robert Franklin, Pool. ...
  • Hannah Storm. Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports. ...
  • Phil Donahue. ...
  • Regis Philbin. ...
  • Jim Caviezel. ...
  • Catherine Hicks. ...
  • Richard Riehle.
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How good is Tyler Buchner? ›

Tyler Buchner was a four-star quarterback recruit in 2021

11 quarterback and the No. 5 prospect out of La Jolla, California in the 2021 recruiting class. Buchner was offered by Alabama, USC and Oregon, but committed to Notre Dame in March 2019 before signing and enrolling with the Fighting Irish on February 2021.

What famous quarterbacks went to Notre Dame? ›

In the long history of Notre Dame football its difficult to come up with a favorite all-time quarterback. Sure, the likes of Paul Hornung, Joe Montana, Joe Theismann, and Brady Quinn all achieved great things in blue and gold but so many others reached great heights as well.

How much does Brian Kelly make at Notre Dame? ›

Brian Kelly, Notre Dame

Kelly likely made at least $2 million last year, if not more. But even at that amount, he's massively underpaid considering the fact that he's been able to sustain success at Notre Dame—unlike his predecessors.

Who is the greatest Notre Dame coach of all time? ›

Knute Rockne, 1918-30

881 winning percentage which is the highest among Division 1 football coaches. He led Notre Dame to three national titles in 1924, '29 and '30 and also coached the legendary Four Horsemen.

How much does Marcus Freeman make at Notre Dame? ›

Freeman, 35, came to Notre Dame as Clark Lea's replacement in January 2021 after four seasons as Cincinnati's defensive coordinator. Notre Dame wooed him over a reported $2 million per year offer from, ironically enough, LSU.

What percent of 4 star recruits make it to the NFL? ›

4 stars 5.2X more likely to be drafted

The draft rate of four-star recruits over the past five years is 22.1%. It would make sense that more three-star recruits have been selected over the years.

How good is a 4 star recruit? ›

4-star recruits

These prospects have excellent knowledge of the game and ability. They will most likely start their freshman year in college and are the best player on their club or high school team.

Who is a 5-star recruit? ›

In college football recruiting, we categorize how skilled a player is by using a star ranking system. 1-star players hold the lowest ranking, while 5-star players are the best recruits in the country that just about every program wants to sign.

What college has the most 5-star recruits? ›

Alabama May Have the Most Loaded Roster in College Football History
Most Active 5-Star Players
Florida State9
8 more rows

Where do the most 5 star recruits come from? ›

Arizona, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia. Six states have produced a trio of 5-stars. Arizona's group includes Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler, Georgia cornerback Kelee Ringo and Texas running back Bijan Robinson.

How much is a 5 star recruit worth? ›

According to the study, five-star recruits are worth an average of $650,000 per year to their program.

Is paying NCSA worth it? ›

Answering the question: is the NCSA worth the money? Simply put: Yes. If a family receives a scholarship and/or a sweet financial aid package at the end of the process, then paying the NCSA upwards of several thousand dollars for their services is definitely worth it.

Who is the number one high school recruit in football? ›

At the top of the list is cornerback Desmond Ricks, the overall No. 1 in the composite rankings.

Who has the most 5-star recruits in college football 2022? ›

Ohio State leads the way with four, followed by LSU with three, then Alabama and Florida State with two each, while Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and USC each have one.

What does a 5 star recruit look like? ›

5-star recruits start training early on, they can handle the pressure, they study the game, and they work so hard that there is no doubt in their mind that they are the best on the field. Combine hard work with talent, and that's the formula for success as a 5-star recruit.

What state produces the most football recruits? ›

You and I both know most of the top college football talent consistently comes from mainly Texas, California and Florida. Then there are other states that also produce most of the main talent programs recruit each year.


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