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Notre Dame Commit Tracker | 12.13

December 13, 2022

This past weekend brought an end to the seasons for Notre Dame’s 2023 commits.

And while all of the remaining commits saw their senior seasons end in disappointing fashion, 2022 was a phenomenal year on the field for each of them as well as outstanding careers.

BOWEN, GUYER COME UP SHORT: For the first time all season, Irish safety commit Peyton Bowen‍ and his Guyer squad came up short, falling 47-28 to De Soto in the Texas 6A Division II semifinals.

Bowen finished the game with seven tackles.

On the season, Bowen finished with more than 80 tackles, five interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns, four punts returned for touchdowns and one kickoff returned for a score.

GREATHOUSE, WESTLAKE FALL IN SEMIS: After sitting out last week, Irish wide receiver commit Jaden Greathouse‍ was noticeably slowed by a reported hamstring injury.

He was limited to just one catch for four yards, although he did score a touchdown on a two-yard rush.

Westlake fell to North Shore 49-34 in the Texas 6A Division I State Semifinals.

Greathouse finished the season with 50 receptions for 886 yards, 10 receiving touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, three punt returns for touchdowns and a passing touchdowns.

FLANAGAN HAS TO WATCH THE END: Irish tight end commit Cooper Flanagan‍ also missed his team’s previous game and sat out the Division 1-AA State Championship as well.

His De La Salle squad lost to Lincoln 33-28.                 

On the season, Flanagan caught 29 passes for 504 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, he recorded 39 tackles, including 9.5 for a loss, 3.5 sacks and an interception.

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