Notre Dame Football Recruiting: OT John Montelus Commits To Irish

Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish may be playing their annual spring game today, but the program was also busy with recruiting. According to reports, the Irish got a commitment from John Montelus, an offensive tackle out of Everett, Massachusetts.

Montelus had offers from a host of schools, including Boston College, North Carolina, Michigan Penn State, and Florida. It's surely a big coup for the Irish.

Related: Notre Dame Football 2012: Quarterbacks In Spotlight During Blue-Gold Spring Game On Saturday

Montelus is a four-star prospect (on a five-star scale) and the 26th best offensive tackle in the country according to Rivals.com.

For more on Notre Dame's recruiting, stick with SB Nation Chicago. For more on the Irish, head over to One Foot Down. For recruiting news and analysis around the country, check out SB Nation's college football recruiting news hub.

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