Notre Dame Offers 2018 Cornerback From Florida

Bryan Driskell, Football Analyst
Blue and Gold

Notre Dame has had a great deal of success recruiting the state of Florida in recent seasons, and it continues to look for talented players from the state.

The most recent offer from the Sunshine State is Orlando (Fla.) Jones cornerback Sevyn Banks. Banks announced his offer on Twitter.

Notre Dame already has one commitment from Rivals100 cornerback Kalon Gervin from Detroit Cass Tech. After failing to land a corner in the 2017 class, the Irish are looking to add at least one more player at the position in this class.

The Irish staff would like to add some length and range to the class to go with Gervin, who is more of a pure coverage corner. At 6-1 and 180 pounds, Banks certainly has the length the staff covets in this class.

Banks has offers from Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Ohio State, South Carolina and Syracuse.

He is the younger brother of Marcell Harris, a junior who starts at safety for the Florida Gators. Harris also received an offer from Notre Dame. Banks missed his entire junior season with an ACL injury, and he played his first two high school seasons for Orlando (Fla.) The First Academy.



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