Ishmael Adams has proven at multiple events this spring that he's one of the best cornerbacks on the West Coast and with those outstanding performances more offers have come his way.
Notre Dame is the latest big-time program to offer Adams, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound prospect who's originally from Dunwoody, Ga., and who plays at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
No visit date is set up yet but Adams said he'd like to get to South Bend soon to see if it would be a good fit.
"They've been talking to me for about a month or two and talking to me back and forth," said Adams, who's recently impressed at the Badger Sports 7-on-7 in Las Vegas and the Los Angeles NIKE Camp. "We've been keeping in touch with each other.
"They have great tradition. They always have great players like Jimmy Clausen and Michael Floyd. They always have had a great legacy. I'm going to try to get out for a visit and see how everything is out there."
Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, SMU, UCLA and Washington have now offered Adams, who said he's hearing from numerous Pac-10 and SEC teams. His recruitment has picked up in a big way in recent months.
Vanderbilt is trying to get him to its spring game but Adams is unsure of his visit schedule at this point.
Adams said late last month that Auburn had started showing more interest and that the Tigers were just one of many SEC programs that have talked with him.
In his junior season, Adams rushed for 1,006 yards and 11 touchdowns. He had 52 tackles and four interceptions on defense.