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Prospects Added To Notre Dame Visit List

October 3, 2019

We’ve added a few more visitors  to this weekend’s Visit List which we’ve confirmed directly with.

2021 Kentucky LB Tristan Cox‍ tells us he’ll be at South Bend for the game against Bowling Green on Saturday. The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder already has offers from Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Louisville, Purdue and Cincinnati.

We did a story on Cox (pictured) a couple weeks back and he talked about hoping to get to a game this fall, so he’s excited about the trip.

“I'm hoping to finally learn about their defensive scheme and the way they do things,” Cox told ISD on Thursday. “I haven’t really had the chance to see those things.”

Here’s the story we did on Cox last month

2021 Washington, D.C., offensive lineman Colin Henrich‍ also confirmed his plans to make the trip this weekend. Henrich attends St. John’s College HS, a school Notre Dame has recruited heavily in recent cycles. The 6-foot-3, 305-pounder already has offers from schools like LSU, Tennessee and South Carolina among others.

“I’m very excited about this awesome opportunity,” Henrich told ISD. “Notre Dame is a prestigious academic university and its football team is iconic. Coach (Brian) Kelly carries on the Notre Dame tradition of playing the toughest opponents in the country.”

Henrich, who is hoping to visit Tennessee and LSU in the coming weeks as well, is hoping to see an Irish victory and ”as much of the university I can.”

2021 Texas wide receiver Jacory Mooring‍ has a Kansas offer already and confirmed that he will be at the game on Saturday.

“I’m very excited for the trip to ND,” he told us. “I know that they have gold in their helmets…I’m hoping to see a lot of the coaching staff, players and hopefully some of the campus.”

2022 Tennessee wide receiver/defensive back Quincy Briggs‍ already has offers from Tennessee, LSU and Arkansas. The Memphis native also confirmed his plans to make the trip on Saturday.

“I’m very excited about the trip,” Briggs told ISD. “I know that ND is a highly competitive school academic-wise and is a Catholic school. I’m hoping to learn how a college game day will be.”

2021 North Carolina defensive back Derek Spearman‍ tweeted that he’d be making the trip to South Bend this weekend. Spearman has a Miami offer along with some others.

“I am very excited,” Spearman told ISD. “I am originally from the Midwest and have always liked Notre Dame. I know a lot about the school and have talked with the coaches it was just a matter of time before I made it down.”

Spearman said he trains with famed defensive back guru Clay Mack, who has worked with Kyle Hamilton among many other talented players on all levels.

“(Hamilton) would always tell me how much he liked it,” Spearman added. “I’m hoping to see the campus and learn more about the university.”

We’ve already reported that 2021 Detroit offensive lineman Terrence Enos‍ and 2022 Ohio quarterback Chase Harrison‍ would be in town.

Enos told ISD that he’s looking forward to the trip.

“I realized that Notre Dame is one of the best teams in college football, so it’ll be exciting to get a feel for what they’re about firsthand,” he said.

Enos had been receiving mail from the Irish and this week was open on his schedule, so he made the decision to lock in the visit.

“I’ll be looking for the atmosphere with the fans, how they respond to the game and things like,” he said. “And of course, get a feel of how the coaching staff is.”

Enos’ offer sheet includes

“It’s great, but at the same time, I have to keep working to prove that I deserve them and to make sure they keep coming in,” he said.

He’s already made trips to Syracuse and Toledo and is planning to hit Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State later this fall.

The 6-foot-5, 313-pounder from Cass Tech High School is looking for a family environment and education in college.

“Those are really the main two focuses I have.”

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