Notre Dame stays hot on recruiting trail, lands Kennedy Urlacher commitment
The Notre Dame football team is on fire in the 2024 recruiting class once again.
Over the last week the Irish have seen wide receiver Isiah Canion and defensive lineman Bryce Young pledge. You can add one more name to that list: safety Kennedy Urlacher.
The son of Hall of Fame linebacker Brian Young, Bryce committed to the Irish on Monday evening, keeping head coach Marcus Freeman at the spearhead of another recruiting charge.
Urlacher is a bit smaller than his father. He is 6-feet and 190 pounds and is the 57th-best safety and 607th overall prospect on the 247Sports composite.
COMMITTED🍀🍀 #GoIrish @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/XtLQhiRkRH
— Kennedy Urlacher (@k_urlacher11) May 1, 2023
The younger Urlacher becomes the 13th commit for the Irish in the 2024 cycle, which has Notre Dame rising once again in the class rankings. The group is rated fifth overall in 247Sports team rankings.
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