Notre Dame football is trending for a massive 2024 commitment

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The 2024 Notre Dame football recruiting class is trending toward another huge commitment as some crystal balls have Guerby Lambert winding up in South Bend. 

Dominant offensive line play might not be sexy, but it’s one of the keys to winning championships in college football. Really at any level.

Quarterbacks are really important too and as far as the 2024 recruiting class is concerned, Notre Dame football has its quarterback of the future in C.J. Carr.

However, the Irish are also in a very good position for one of the top offensive linemen in the entire 2024 class as they have collected a trio of crystal balls in their favor for 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle Guerby Lambert.

Lambert is out of Maryland and is an interesting kid considering that Harvard got an official visit. He’s ranked 47th overall in the 247 Sports composite rankings for the 2024 class, as well as the No. 2 offensive tackle.

In addition to taking an official visit to Notre Dame football, Lambert also visited Boston College and Ohio State. If he’s serious about football and academics, Notre Dame football has the best combo in terms of a program offering both.

Why Notre Dame football is the heavy favorite

Tom Loy of Irish Illustrated put in a crystal ball back in November for Notre Dame football to land the elite offensive tackle. But on Wednesday, Brian Dohn and Steve Wiltfong of 247 Sports both followed suit, which signals that the Irish have a ton of momentum.

Lambert told Dohn in a recent article for 247 Sports that he wanted to make a decision before the start of his senior season. That means an announcement should come in July or August.

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Notre Dame football would seem to be in a really good spot and like I said, with the combination of an elite football program, plus elite academics, the Irish offer something that no other program in contention can offer, which is why the top-50 recruit is likely to join Notre Dame football.