Former NFL running back’s son will visit Notre Dame this week

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There is alway something about second-generation football players that is very appealing to any collegiate program. That’s exactly the case with Xayvion Bradshaw, son of former NFL running back Ahmad, who today announced that he will be visiting South Bend on a official visit later this week.

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The Virginia wide receiver plays a different position than his father, but that really doesn’t matter much. At six-feet tall and 170-pounds, the younger Bradshaw already holds offers from Arizona State, Purdue, Virginia, West Virginia and others could also end up on the other side of the ball as a cornerback.

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Notre Dame football's 2022 recruiting class commitments

The Irish currently have fifteen commits in the 2022 class, three receivers committed while there is just one defensive back. The versatility that Bradshaw possess would make him a very intriguing prospect if he ends up selecting Notre Dame.