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Notre Dame Football Recruiting

2024 OL Andrew Dennis Blown Away By Notre Dame Experience

November 23, 2021
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Andrew Dennis‍ has already taken multiple unofficial visits, but the 2024 Michigan offensive lineman’s trip to Notre Dame this past weekend certainly sticks out and likely will for a while.

“It went awesome,” the Mount Pleasant High School Standout told Irish Sports Daily afterward. “I really enjoyed it. I loved my time with Coach (Jeff) Quinn.

“We came down Friday night to check out the campus. I really got to experience all that, which was huge for me. I really just enjoyed the gameday atmosphere at Notre Dame. I got to witness the Player Walk and had a great meal and introduction at the indoor facility. I was just really impressed.”

It was a reunion of sorts for Quinn and 6-foot-4, 225-pound sophomore’s family.

“My family has some past with him at Central Michigan, so it was good to see them reconnect,” Dennis said. “My father coached his kids when he was at Central Michigan.”

Dennis enjoyed the conversation with Quinn.

“He said he was really impressed with me, so it was a good experience to be able to talk to him,” the Mt. Pleasant High School standout said. “He seemed like an awesome coach. I'm going to be following him and just follow up and see more about him.”

Dennis, who has an early offer from Central Michigan, was impressed with just about everything, including the Irish’s 55-0 dismantling of Georgia Tech.

“That place is just different,” he said. “They played excellent. It was good to see the whole line not giving very much up. It was just cool to see them really driving the ball and helping that offense.

“I'm definitely going to keep it in mind. This has been the best experience I've had so far in recruiting. It's definitely out there. I enjoyed it.”

Dennis will take a trip to Michigan State next weekend.

 

 
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