Notre Dame’s Best Recruiting Classes Along The Offensive Line

Lou Somogyi, Senior Editor
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Notre Dame’s Best Recruiting Classes Along The Offensive Line
Notre Dame’s Best Recruiting Classes Along The Offensive Line

For the first time in the Rivals era that officially began in 2002, Notre Dame could have two offensive linemen ranked among the outlet’s Top 60 national prospects. Notre Dame also landed a four-man harvest along the line in 2019 that was led by tackle Quinn Carroll (No. 68) and augmented by center Zeke Correll (No. 114), guard John Olmstead (No. 118) and tackle Andrew Kristofic, who played in the 2019 All-American Bowl in San Antonio and purportedly made a strong freshman impression in 2019. Can this become one of the best offensive line hauls ever at Notre Dame in both quantity and quality?