July 24, 2024

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In the 2025 recruiting class, Joe Rudolph is off to a quick start. He has already secured spots with some elite offensive linemen who have a strong opinion of Notre Dame.

Will Black, an offensive tackle from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut, is already the first commit in the class.

According to On3, the 6-7, 285-pound star is presently rated as a four-star, ranked No. 203 overall, and the No. 14 offensive lineman in the 2025 recruiting class.

Alabama, Michigan, Texas A&M, Florida State, Tennessee, Penn State, Nebraska, South Carolina, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Duke, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Kansas, Syracuse, and Rutgers were among the many schools Black had the option to choose from; he ultimately decided on the Irish. Black can now concentrate on the other important offensive line targets on the board as he is now locked in. The first is Owen Strebig of Waukesha, Wisconsin’s Catholic Memorial, with whom he already shares a close relationship.

I get along well with Owen,” Black said to Irish Breakdown. “We’ve discussed Notre Dame’s future numerous times, and I think we could accomplish great things together.”

Between Strebig and the Irish, things are at an all-time high. Six times, the 6-8, 290-pound offensive tackle has come to South Bend; the last visit was for Junior Day two weekends ago.

Right now, everyone believes Notre Dame to be the front-runner. Things will be difficult to top if they conclude anytime soon.

Star player Matty Augustine of Brunswick School in Greenwich, Connecticut, who also came for Junior Day, is another major target on the board.

It turns out that Augustine and Black get along really well. Considering that they are both from Connecticut, it makes sense.

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