- #38 LB
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish
- HometownOrange, CA
- Weight235 lbs.
*Defensive statistics not considered official.
College football guru Phil Steele last week released his combined 2014 experience chart, which uses a formula that breaks down returning two-deep players in order to rank teams by their returning experience.about 92 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
What's happening, gang?Mike S. from Chicago writes: Hi again Matt! Lots of people doing season W/L predictions already, and looking at the schedule there seem to be some expected tough games.about 109 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
Time to jump on the Rangers bandwagon, obviously. Joe Schmidt "can't come off the field," JJ Stankevitz writes on CSNChicago.com. Three former Notre Dame players may make sense for the New York Giants, Conor Orr writes in the (Newark) Star-Ledger.about 145 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Joe Schmidt has gone from paying his own way in college to becoming the leader of Notre Dame's defense in less than a year. The inside linebacker from USC country was the talk of this spring for the Fighting Irish's revamped unit, adapting to new coordinator Brian VanGorder's scheme and unofficially carrying the mantle for the rest of the group, at least based on comments from his coaches.about 151 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
Joe Schmidt talks to Matt Fortuna about his rapid rise up the depth chart and the changes under defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder.about 166 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- It would probably be easier to list the players Brian VanGorder wasn't asked about Wednesday during his first spring meeting with the media.about 181 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
Jaylon Smith jokes that he's 19-going-on-30, the whirlwind of a rapid rise up the depth chart and standout rookie campaign giving way now to the burden of being a bedrock on a Notre Dame defense short on upperclassmen but not potential.about 183 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Spring football is under way at Notre Dame. And if the snowbanks at every turn of campus weren't an indication, the sight of a No. 5 throwing footballs in a red jersey again sure was.about 204 days ago | Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com