This is the Notre Dame recruiting week in review, where we will recap all the happenings from the past week in the world of Irish football recruiting.
We will go over new offers, visitors, and additional news and notes. The recap will be posted every Monday and as we dive into the class of 2019, plenty of new offers and visitors should come about.
Duggan visited Notre Dame on March 9 and left the visit with an offer on the table. The Iowa talent is the first quarterback prospect to pick up an offer from Notre Dame since four-star 2019 quarterback Cade McNamara backed off his pledge to the Irish.
Following the visit and the offer, Duggan said he grew up a Notre Dame fan is definitely interested in taking a deeper look into the possibilities of playing in South Bend.
To read more from Duggan on the visit and the offer, click HERE.
he 6-5, 205-pounder also holds offers from USC, UCLA, Oregon, Utah, Nebraska, Arizona, Arizona State and Cal, among others.
London ranks as the No. 52 wide receiver in the class.
Along with Duggan, the only other visitor on campus this weekend was Atlanta Marist School three-star safety Kyle Hamilton.
Coming into the visit, Hamilton was already high on the Irish, and was a big fan of what he saw in South Bend during his visit on March 8. Hamilton came on the visit with his mother and sat down with safeties coach Terry Joseph, defensive coordinator Clark Lea and head coach Brian Kelly.
The Sunday after the visit, Hamilton included Notre Dame in his top seven along with Ohio State, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Northwestern and Duke.
To read more from Hamilton on the visit to Notre Dame, click HERE.
NEWS AND NOTES
***Notre Dame is in the final two for four-star defensive back Kenyatta Watson of Loganville (Ga.) Grayson along with Texas. Over the next month, Watson will take multiple visits to both schools before making a final decision. Notre Dame hosted Watson on an unofficial visit on Jan. 27 for Junior Day.
***The Irish also made the top six this week for Rivals100 offensive tackle Quinn Carroll along with Ohio State, Minnesota, Penn State, Wisconsin and Virginia Tech. Carroll recently took an unofficial visit to Notre Dame and the Irish are one of the major players in his recruitment.