Published: Fri, June 16, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Notre Dame Recruiting Class Loses WR Braden Lenzy

Notre Dame Recruiting Class Loses WR Braden Lenzy

Notre Dame's football program had reason for disappointing on Wednesday when four-star athlete Braden Lenzy decommitted from the Irish in favor of Oregon. Braden announced his decision today on Twitter. Notre Dame has a lot of time to make up for this loss however and it comes at a position that is the deepest its been in many years.

Lenzy had been committed to Notre Dame but said today in a tweet that "in the interest of my future in both football and track I have chose to decommit from Notre Dame". In the interest of my future in both football and track I have chose to decommit from Notre Dame. The 6-foot-7, 235-pound Takacs is considered just outside the top-10 overall tight end prospects in the Class of 2018, and will be a significant addition to Notre Dame's growing class.

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Notre Dame has other elite options for this class at wide receiver, including Amon-Ra St.

It's never good to lose a commitment - especially one from someone as talented as Lenzy. With this said I would like to flip my commitment and am completely shutting down my recruitment.

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OR has had success with two-sport athletes playing football and running track, and it looks like Lenzy will be the next to do so.

Lenzy also holds offers from Cal, Colorado, Michigan State, Oregon State, Purdue, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington State, and others.

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