After a trip to the College Football Playoff, Notre Dame football signed another solid recruiting class for 2019.
National Signing Day came and went on Wednesday, and Notre Dame seems pretty well stocked.
10 members of Notre Dame’s class have already enrolled in South Bend, including center Zeke Correll and tackle Quinn Carroll.
12 others signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, good for the No. 15 overall class in the country, per 247Sports.
ESPN released grades for every Power Five program’s recruiting class, including Notre Dame football’s.
The Worldwide Leader has Notre Dame one spot higher at No. 14.
Gerry Hamilton, Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert gave Brian Kelly’s class an A-.
The Fighting Irish signed a second-straight top-10 class on the heels of an undefeated regular season in South Bend. OT Quinn Carroll leads a group of four four-star OL signatures, with center-guard Zeke Correll being the most versatile and Andrew Kristofic having the highest ceiling. The defensive line class is led by DT Jacob Lacey, who possesses a nice blend of size and strength. He is joined by ESPN 300 ends Isaiah Foskey, NaNa Osafo-Mensah and Hunter Spears as well as DE Howard Cross III, one of two four-star commits out of New Jersey. Notre Dame has also gone out of state to get a quartet of four-star defensive back prospects: CBs K.J. Wallace and Isaiah Rutherford and Ss Kyle Hamilton and Litchfield Ajavon. ESPN 300 linebacker Osita Ekwonu was a nice win out of North Carolina, as was one-time Georgia commit J.D. Bertrand out of Georgia. The signal-caller in the class is three-star Brendan Clark out of Virginia.
Four-star safety Kyle Hamilton, a blue-chipper out of Atlanta, is the highest rated player in the class. He’s No. 60 overall, per 247.