Recruit Wrap: How ND Commits Fared

Jaylon Smith

A look at how Notre Dame's committed players fared on the gridiron this past weekend.

A look at how Notre Dame's committed members of the 2013 and 2014 classes fared over the weekend:

  • Archbishop Alter (Kettering, Ohio) quarterback Malik Zaire threw for a pair of touchdowns in a 44-6 win against Roger Bacon.

  • Everett (Mass.) High offensive lineman John Montelus was a key member of the offense in a 33-14 win against Springfield Central.

  • Wyomissing (Pa.) Area linebacker Alex Anzalone made eight tackles and forced two fumbles and ran for 50 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-7 win against Muhlenberg.

  • Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, Minn.) receiver James Onwualu had 213 yards of offense, including 174 rushing yards, and scored twice in a 27-13 win against Stillwater.

  • San Antonio (Texas) Christian receiver Corey Robinson and his team had a bye.

  • Bishop Luers High (Fort Wayne, Ind.) linebacker Jaylon Smith caught a touchdown pass in a 27-7 win against Wayne, but the program was turned upside down with the unexpected firing of long-time coach Matt Lindsay for what is being reported by FortWayne.com as "violations of school and Diocesan policies, and violations of his employment contract obligations."

  • Middle linebacker Michael Deeb of American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.) made seven tackles in a 48-10 win against Lake Highland.

  • Bishop Hartley High (Columbus) tight end Jacob Matuska had a 23-yard reception and played on the defensive line in a 42-10 win against Archbishop Hoban.

  • Apollo High (Owensboro, Ky.) offensive lineman Hunter Bivin played on the offensive line in a 53-16 loss Henderson.

  • Midland (Mich.) High's Steven Elmer was a key member of the offensive line in a 28-6 win against Arthur Hill.

  • Gonzaga Prep (Washington, D.C.) cornerback Devin Butler had five tackles and intercepted a pass in a 44-14 win against Georgetown Prep.

  • Absegami High (Absecon, N.J.) athlete Rashad Kinlaw continues to sit out with an ankle injury but his team beat Middle Township 32-0.

  • Eagles Landing Christian (McDonough, Ga.) defensive lineman Isaac Rochell did not play because of a hand injury in a 33-29 loss to Upson-Lee.

  • Mead (Spokane, Wash.) outside linebacker Danny Mattingly was a key member of the defense in a 41-7 win against Lewis & Clark.

  • Colin McGovern of Lincoln-Way High (New Lenox, Ill.) played on the offensive line
  • Cinco Ranch (Katy, Texas) running back Jamel James sat out his second straight game because of a hamstring injury and his team lost 62-21 to North Shore.

  • Barron Collier (Naples, Fla.) tight end Mike Heuerman did not play after having his tonsils removed and Barron Collier lost 19-13 to East Lee County.

  • William Penn Charter (Philadelphia) offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey played on the offensive line and scored on a 15-yard fumble return in a 13-0 win against McDonogh.

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  • Roman Catholic (Philadelphia) receiver Will Fuller made five catches for 70 yards in a 42-7 win against Chestnut Hill.

  • Woodberry Forest (Va.) linebacker Doug Randolph did not play because of a foot injury in a 43-33 win against Blair Academy.

  • Class of 2014 receiver Justin Brent of Indianapolis (Ind.) Speedway had four catches for 57 yards in a 28-6 win against Monrovia.

  • Class of 2014 linebacker Greer Martini of Woodberry Forest (Va.) School had a pair of touchdown catches (44 and 85 yards) in a 43-33 against Blair Academy.

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