André Rosinski couldn’t make it to Notre Dame the first two times he was invited, but the 2024 Georgia offensive lineman will be in South Bend for this weekend’s game against Clemson.
“I just can’t wait to be up there,” the 6-foot-6, 272-pound player told Irish Sports Daily.
“In the spring, I asked Chad Bowden to invite me to a camp in April. Then Dr. Brown invited me in May. I installed it a few months ago, so it’s pretty cool that it’s starting to spin again.
Rosinski arrives with high expectations.
“It’s an iconic school,” said the Creekview High School star. “There’s not much else to say about it. It’s a Power Five program with a history of success. What else are you looking for, really?
“I can’t wait to see the vibe, especially with this big game against a Top 5 opponent. It’s just exciting to see this and just look around campus.
Rosinski has early offers from Duke, Mississippi State, East Carolina and Charlotte.
“I’m excited,” he said. “I just hope to see where it goes from here. It’s quite early in the process.
Rosinski looks back on being a 195-pound tight end as a freshman a few years ago.
“So to see me where I am now is exciting, to say the least,” Rosinski said.
He attributes the 80-pound growth to his school’s weight room and “just eating as much as I physically can.”
He has already made visits to Duke, Mississippi State, East Carolina, Wake Forest and Virginia this fall with another trip coming up.
“I have the Mississippi State-UGA game next week, and then I just feel it from where it’s going after.”