Posted March 20, 2013 on notredame.scout.com
Jeb Blazevich of Charlotte Christian plans to decide on a school June 1. After a whirlwind of visits that starts this weekend at Notre Dame, Blazevich thinks he'll have all the information he'll need to decide. He talks about how realistic it is he leaves the South, and what he wants to get out of seeing the Irish on Saturday.
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