Jayden Limar, a 2023 Washington running back, will be an Irish pledge when he returns to Notre Dame for next month’s key recruiting weekend.
Limar just confirmed his commitment to Notre Dame, giving the Irish a total of 13 Class of 2023 pledges. Following the decommitment of Sedrick Irvin Jr. last week, he is the only running back in the class. The Irish beat out numerous other offers, including those from Oregon, Michigan, and Arizona, to get the Lake Stevens High School standout.
The USC Game.
Limar traveled to South Bend for the USC game last autumn and then returned this month for the Blue-Gold Game.
Marcus Freeman, Tommy Rees, Deland McCullough, Dre Brown, and Chad Bowden commended Marcus Freeman, Tommy Rees, Deland McCullough, Dre Brown, and Chad Bowden for showing him how important he was to them during the process.
Limar told Irish Sports Daily immediately before his declaration, “It’s the bond that Freeman and Deland McCullough have developed with me.” “Just looking at where the program is going, the history of the school, and what they can offer for me beyond football puts them above everyone else, so I just feel like it’s the place for me.”
After the Operation Is Finished.
Limar expressed his gratitude for having completed the procedure. He said, “It feels amazing.” “Toward the end, it was quite stressful,
so I’m relieved to have that burden lifted.” His most recent visit also showed how well Limar will blend in with his new colleagues. “I was surprised since I don’t think I’d fit in with a lot of the folks I’ve met on trips,” he added.
“They’re really down-to-earth people.” They don’t behave like four- or five-star hotel guests who have the whole place to themselves. They’re pretty down-to-earth, which I like.” Limar’s flexibility appeals to Irish coaches, who see him filling a position akin to that of their most recent great running back, Kyren Williams.
“Everything is going to them.” They’re receiving an all-around back from me, as well as an all-around person.”
Take a Peek at His Top Four Contenders:
Limar has been connected with the Irish for some time, but following the coaching change this winter, there was some doubt about where both parties stood. Deland McCullough soon made Limar a priority after settling here, and it was favorably accepted. Limar’s visit for the Blue-Gold Game in April went very well, and he has continued to praise Notre Dame. The Irish are unquestionably in the greatest position going into his choice.
There was a period when the Wolverines were regarded as the best team in the country, and Limar paid for two trips to the Ann Arbor campus at that time. Michigan made a concerted effort to persuade Limar to extend his recruiting a little longer in order to bring him on campus for an official visit. Limar has previously said that he has a great working connection with position coach Mike Hart, and he is a perfect match for Michigan’s system.
is located in the United States. No school in Limar’s group of four finalists is closer in terms of distance, which is one of the reasons he’s visited Oregon’s campus more than the other contenders. Oregon has also changed coaches and has a first-year running backs coach, making his recruiting even more interesting. The Ducks seem to be chasing both Notre Dame and Michigan coming into the game.
Under the direction of running backs coach Scotty Graham, the Wildcats have done an excellent job developing Limar. After his April visit to Notre Dame, he proceeded to Tucson, and everything went swimmingly.
Head coach Jedd Fisch and his staff are trying hard to have a stronger impression on the West Coast, and Limar was no exception. Arizona might become a lot greater force in recruiting in the future if they can start winning games, but they don’t seem to be in a position to do it right now.
Alabama, Georgia, USC, Miami (Fla.), Texas, Auburn, Texas A&M, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Boston College, Washington State, Arizona State, Colorado, California, Oregon State, and Boise State were among the schools that offered Limar scholarships.