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Where Notre Dame's Recruiting Classes Rank Today

A closeup of Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly wearing a visor.

SOUTH BEND, IN - NOVEMBER 14: Head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the sidelines during the third quarter at Notre Dame Stadium on November 14, 2015 in South Bend, Indiana. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish won 28-7. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)

National Signing Day is coming up on February 6, and Notre Dame is looking to add to its 2019 haul over the next few weeks.

Right now, the Fighting Irish have all 21 of their current commits accounted for.

10 members of the class have already enrolled and are taking classes in South Bend.

That includes eight of Notre Dame's blue chip commits, led by Top 100 recruit Zeke Correll, the No. 3 center in the country.

11 more have signed National Letters of Intent, so as of now, signing day won't be super eventful.

That may change, of course. The most high-profile 2019 recruitment Notre Dame is still involved with is Asa Turner, the four-star linebacker that Brian Kelly's staff is trying to flip from Washington. The Fighting Irish are considered the new favorite there, after Turner spent months committed to the Huskies.

Right now, 247Sports' composite rankings have Notre Dame at No. 14 overall.

Only three of the classes ranked ahead of ND's—No. 10 Penn State, No. 12 Auburn, and No. 13 Ohio State—are smaller in terms of total players.

The Fighting Irish are off to a decent start in 2020 as well.

The class is very early in the making, with just three players committed, but the trio is comprised of four-star players. That includes quarterback Drew Pyne, the No. 7 pro style player in 2020.

As a group, the three make up the No. 15 recruiting class in the country right now. No class ranked ahead of Notre Dame's is smaller than four players.