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Notre Dame's Brian Kelly stops by Roman Catholic

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly made a brief stop on Wednesday morning at Roman Catholic to "make sure the odds and ends were in place" with wideout recruit Will Fuller, Cahillites coach Joe McCourt said.

Notre Dame's Brian Kelly stops by Roman Catholic

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Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly made a brief stop on Wednesday morning at Roman Catholic to "make sure the odds and ends were in place" with wideout recruit Will Fuller, Cahillites coach Joe McCourt said.

The Fighting Irish coach spent 25 minutes in the school as he met with McCourt and his staff, Fuller and the school's president in a cofnerence room.

Kelly recently flirted with the idea of heading to the NFL before deciding to stay at Notre Dame. Last week, four-star linebacker Alex Anzalone (Wyomissing, Pa.) decommitted and headed to Florida. McCourt said Fuller remains committed and will sign on Feb. 6, National Signing Day.

"It was pretty cool," McCourt said. "I'm a big Notre Dame fan and he definitley brought a presence with him into the room." 

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