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2024 WR Tyseer Denmark Eyeing Notre Dame BBQ

July 17, 2022

Tyseer Denmark‍ hasn’t visited Notre Dame yet, but the 2024 Pennsylvania wide receiver is hoping to change that with the Irish’s upcoming BBQ.

“Most likely I should make it,” Denmark told Irish Sports Daily. “We're hoping to make it there.”

Notre Dame is hosting many of its top targets and commits in the Class of 2024 for the event on Tuesday, July 26th.

The Roman Catholic High School star and Irish wide receivers coach Chansi Stuckey have been building a relationship ever since Stuckey’s arrival in South Bend.

“I talk to Coach Stuckey like every other week,” Denmark said.

Stuckey’s message to Denmark is a simple one.

“Really to just keep doing what I'm doing,” said Denmark. “Me and Coach Stuckey, that's my dog. We're cool. So we talk about whatever.

“He's a good guy, he seems like he could push me to the limit.”

The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder has an impressive offer sheet that includes schools like Penn State, Pitt, Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia, Texas, Texas A&M, USC and Oregon among several others.

He feels like he has a good idea of what Notre Dame, its campus and facilities look like based on his research to this point, he just wants to get a feel of the people within the program.

“Just meeting the people, that's it,” he said.

He’s expecting to be impressed.

“One thing I really like is their culture,” said Denmark.

Denmark has made multiple trips to Penn State and has also been to Rutgers, Ohio State, Georgia, Texas and Texas A&M.

He said he’d also like to get to North Carolina, Clemson, Alabama, Miami and Tennessee in addition to a return trip to Ohio State, but doesn’t have any other visits set as of now.

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