Posted April 26, 2012 on
Minnesota traded up to select Notre Dame 5th-year safety Harrison Smith with the 29th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
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Best way to use your Notre Dame degree if you were a football player? Law school? MBA program? Both good choices, but for offensive lineman Michael Turkovich it was a career playing football. There was a stint with the Cowboys and Jets before embarking on some playing time in the Arena league. Somewhere along the way he found hippie lettuce to be his calling. Wrong move, bro. ...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has an update on a four-star tight end, a five-star linebacker and more.
Arizona made Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd the first Notre Dame player to be selected in the NFL Draft's opening round since Cleveland selected quarterback Brady Quinn at No. 22 overall in 2007. Floyd joins one of the NFL's best at the position, perennial All Pro Larry Fitzgerald.
Notre Dame completed its offensive line recruiting for the 2013 class when four-star Everett (Mass.) High offensive lineman John Montelus committed last weekend. So, what are the Irish getting in the 6-foot-5, 295-pound Montelus. IrishEyes.com takes a took.
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Four-star tight end Mike Heuerman committed to Notre Dame, and two very big reasons are current Irish tight end Tyler Eifert and former Irish tight end Kyle Rudolph. He spoke to IrishEyes.com about his decision, how the two standouts influenced his decision and much more.
Notre Dame offered one of the top players in New Jersey's 2014 class in a North Jersey cornerback.
Even though we are still early in the recruiting process, it has been a long process for Mike Heuerman. The 6'4, 220 pound tight end made numerous visits to Miami, Notre Dame, LSU, and Ohio State over the past year. On Thursday, he made his decision.
Tuesday gave Notre Dame a chance to watch Greg Hart workout and take a few extra notes as they determine if they’ll offer. Irisheyes.com caught up with the Ohio native for the latest.
The Cardinals get a great receiver to bolster their offense. Out of Notre Dame, Floyd has the size (6′ 3″, 220 pounds) and speed (4.47 40) to be a premier receiver in the NFL.
In 2011, he started every game leading the Irish to an 8-5 record. He finished the season with 100 receptions for 1,147 yards and 9 touchdowns, including one rushing touchdown. His 100 catches marked...
Naples (Fla.) Barron Collier High product has now officially given his verbal pledge to Notre Damee coach Brian Kelly to be part of the Irish 2013 recruiting class. Irisheyes.com’s Dave Berk offers his first take on the future Notre Dame tight end.