Jan 27, 2009

Depth Chart Filler

On Monday, Daniel Smith, Wide Receiver from Clay High in South Bend, committed to Notre Dame and became the second player to do so for the 2010 class.

The 6'-4" 205 pound Smith, didn't hesitate to jump on the opportunity to play for the Fighting Irish. Almost immediately after he was offered a scholarship, Smith scooped it up.

I'm a little late on the draw here so here are a few links that you should read if you haven't already...

Welcome to Notre Dame Daniel!!!

I promised you guys this the other day, so I might as well put it on here. The following is the 2010 eligibility chart. Before you go crazy on my ass, I better explain a few things first.

  1. The senior column has all those that have that kind of eligibility. I'm not sure who from that column that will have a 5th year, will decide to come back or leave.
  2. Also, the freshman column is a little thin. This is because we still have to wait a while to find out which 2009 freshman will redshirt in 2009.


tednict said...

Since it is so early regarding the Class of 2010, Having two quality commits is a great start, and I believe Weis will develop one heck of class the coming year.

What appears in the other three columns at this time becomes striking. For Notre Dame to be a BCS/NC team each year, the entire chart needs to look like it does in those columns.

I also believe the Class of '09 will add key players on 2/4 when their decisions are known. That will add even greater depth.

One question. On the QB line I do not see Montana listed. Is that because of his position as a walk-on or has there been a change?

SubwayDomer26 said...


As much as I would like to remind everyone that the son of Joe Montana is a QB on the team, the truth is that he is only a walk-on.The chart serves as a tool for us to use as we dissect the way the school recruits and how it effects the future of the depth chart and the program.

I have heard good things about Nate, but I'm not sure if he will ever become a scholarship QB at ND. He will probably remain as the 3rd or 4th option for the duration of his career. I hope I am wrong, but at least he will have another 3 or 4 years to do so.

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Anonymous said...

Look at all the All- Americans must be 27 or more.

SubwayDomer26 said...

Ahh... the King of Square chimes in. See ya at work, Chuck.