An offer leads to a Notre Dame visit for 2025 offensive lineman

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The Irish and Georgia offensive lineman Peyton Joseph are having quiet the ride this Saturday. First, Joseph was offered a scholarship as he has just completed his freshman year of varsity football, impressive in it’s own right. The six-foot-four-inch and 280-pound lineman showed enough on tape for the Marcus Freeman and offensive line coach Harry Hiestand to pull the trigger on an offer.

Next, Joseph wanted to continue the relationship with Freeman and Hiestand, announcing that he will be making an unofficial visit to South Bend next month starting on June 4th. It was a whirlwind of events for the rising high school sophomore, but one that bodes well for the Irish.

It’s been a very impressive month for Joseph, gaining offers from not only the Irish but Georgia and Ole Miss as well. With a visit on tap for the Irish, they only hope to establish a long lasting relationship with the young offensive lineman.

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