The 5-10, 174-pound four-star talent was the first of four prospects the Notre Dame staff has extended an offer to so far.
On Feb. 22, Jamison released a top 10 of Texas, TCU, USC, Michigan, Penn State, Tennessee, Florida, Ole Miss, Duke and Missouri. He told OrangeBloods.com (the Texas Rivals site) before he announced his top 10 that the Longhorns “definitely” would be in his top two and listed TCU in that group as well.
Jamison recorded two interceptions this past season per MaxPreps. He is one half of a stellar cornerback tandem at Houston Lamar along with five-star junior Anthony Cook, who also holds an offer from the Irish.
Chatfield, the No. 9 outside linebacker and No. 198 overall player in the nation, also holds offers from, among others, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Michigan State, Mississippi State, TCU, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
According to MaxPreps, Chatfield recorded 84 tackles his junior year, including 27 for a loss. Following the season, he was named to USA Today’s All-Florida first team.
Briggs is the 10th player in the current sophomore class to receive an offer from Notre Dame.
Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Purdue and Rutgers have also extended offers to the talented sophomore. He played both defensive tackle and offensive tackle for Walnut Hills this past season.
According to his Hudl, Briggs possesses a 305-pound bench press and 545-pound squat.
Latu is currently ranked as the No. 86 overall player in the country for the class of 2018. He committed to BYU on June 14, 2016, but backed off that pledge Jan. 25.
The Rivals100 talent also holds offers from Alabama, California, Kansas, Louisville, Nebraska, Oregon, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin, among others.
According to MaxPreps, the four-star recorded 65 tackles, 20 stops for a loss and nine sacks during his junior year.