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How many spots do you have left in your current class and who do you feel you finish with?
It's 3 or 4 spots. Redfield, Folston, and AQ Muhammed are the 3 likely signees, if we can get a flip from Vanderdoes or another big name guy(hollins from UCLA maybe) we'd probably take the 4th while offering 1 less 5th year guy back.
Quite the finish potentially for Notre Dame. Redfield, Muhammad and Folston all have big-time potential.
Greg Bryant and Folston as your running back class is resourceful and impacts the program right away. Muhammad is a stud, too.
Could be a top five class easily, maybe a top three.
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Feel confident we land Redfield and Folston. AQM if his paperwork goes through, huge concern at the moment. Remember JC tweeting mints ago he liked where ND stood with AQM, curious as to what you are hearing about him getting into ND? Would be rare feet for a kid to commit without visiting, fortunately his good friend Shunate loves ND. If LaRue is able to get paperwork in order before scheduled visit date 25 of Jan. I think he'll be at ND. SC is moving in different direction and A&M might be full or reserving spots for other kids. EV is a longshot, but a visit makes it interesting. He has become more interested in playing in a 3-4, and has to like what he sees from our DL. EV would make biggest impact on our team, IMO.
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