Notre Dame enrolled at the impressive class of 2023 and class of 2024 clips. Fighting Irish just added another big piece to their 2024 class puzzle with a commitment to close Jack Larsen. Charlotte (NC) Featured Person Charlotte Catholic chose Notre Dame over Clemson, Michigan, North Carolinaand State NC. Larsen failed in his decision with Rivals.com.
“Education speaks for itself,” says Larsen. “I wanted to study business and they have a great business school. Ending success is very good there. Coming from a catholic school and going to a school like Notre Dame is quite special. Up there, that’s it. a catholic atmosphere, it’s a different feeling, and it’s quite special.
“They talked about their success in the tight finish and how they often gained the upper hand on the narrow end,” he said. “They envisioned me as a good fit for their offense and using me in a variety of ways. I went to Invasion camp and was trained by Coach Parker, which was really beneficial. He had Can tell me a few things I need to do His history, he’s a tight receiver and finisher, so I think he has a lot to offer. We have a great relationship. great.
“I felt like there was a ton of new energy coming in,” says Larsen. “Coach Freeman is first class and seems like a great person, great coach and great leader.
“CJ Carr huge on recruiting work,” he said. He was in my ear for a little while. He’s a great midfielder and it was great to work with him there. “
Larsen is a solid addition to Notre Dame and he should be able to help the Irishman in attack pretty quickly once he gets to campus. He’s not the typical 6 foot 4 + finisher that Notre Dame fans are used to but Larsen can be a dynamic offensive weapon when used correctly and he might not be the right fit. in certain situations. Larsen is the fourth member of Notre Dame’s 2024 class, joining the four-star CJ Carr, Brandon Davis-Swainand Owen Waffle.