Nothing else has happened since last Wednesday, right? Well, other than this.
The NCAA last weekend changed the recruiting climate a bit, but our Mitch Sherman says that there could be some unintended consequences.
Notre Dame remains at No. 3 in ESPN's Class of 2013 team recruiting rankings.
Notre Dame was one of three schools Tuesday to visit ESPN Watch List offensive tackle Jamarco Jones (Chicago/De La Salle), our Jared Shanker writes.
ESPN Watch List running back Nathan Starks (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman) tells our William Wilkerson that Notre Dame is in his current top four, and that he would love to visit the school for junior days.
Five-star defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer) is expected to visit the Irish this weekend, and he will decide among Notre Dame, USC, UCLA, Washington and Alabama on Feb. 6 in a ceremony at his school, our Blair Angulo writes.
Class of 2014 Watch List defensive end Da'Shawn Hand (Woodbridge, Va./Woodbridge) does not have Notre Dame among his five finalists yet, but he says they can climb up there, our Dave Hooker writes.
The Irish visited 2014 wide receiver Chigozie Onyekwere (Washington D.C./Friendship Collegiate) at his school last week, Hooker writes.
Notre Dame is the latest to offer Class of 2014 Watch List guard Sam Mustipher (Olney, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel), Hooker writes.
ESPN 150 athlete and Notre Dame commit Tarean Folston (Cocoa, Fla./Cocoa) is still being courted, but he says he's still Irish, our Corey Long writes.
Class of 2014 defensive tackle Antoine White (Millville, N.J./Millville) is hoping Irish coaches visit him soon, Shanker writes.
ESPN300 DE and USC commitment Torrodney Prevot (Houston/Alief Taylor) says he is still considering Texas A&M, Notre Dame and Oregon, Khan Jr. writes.
Four-star tight end Durham Smythe's (Belton, Texas/Belton) top three in no particular order are Stanford, Michigan and Notre Dame, our Damon Sayles writes.
Notre Dame was one of several schools to check in with Oregon pledges following Chip Kelly's departure, our Brad Bournival writes.