Notre Dame football lands their 2026 quarterback

The continued focus on landing high-level quarterbacks since Marcus Freeman took over the Notre Dame football program continued on Saturday.

Noah Grubbs, a 2026 Florida prospect, committed to the Irish, giving them a second commit of the cycle joining wide receiver Dylan Faison. The 6-foot, 4-inch and 188-pound quarterback is a 4-star as the nations No. 118 overall prospect and 10th rated at his position according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Over the last three recruiting cycles, Notre Dame has brought in Kenny Minchey, CJ Carr, along with commitments Deuce Knight and now Grubbs. All of them are ranked as 4-stars, which shows that the Irish are stacking quarterbacks.

Now with a big-time quarterback prospect, the hope is that Grubbs will lure other elite players to join him in South Bend.

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