Rivals250 offensive guard Lou Eliades out of Ocean (N.J.) Ocean Township has rescheduled his official visit to Notre Dame for December 9th. The 6-foot-4, 286-pounder is looking forward to the upcoming official visit.
"I was supposed to go out there for the USC game, but I had to cancel it," he said. "Before I make a decision I want to make sure I get out there and see Notre Dame. I like coach Weis because he seems like a really nice guy and he came from the NFL. I like the fact they run a similar NFL offense with a lot of pass blocking which prepares you for the next level. I also like their academics and the football team is starting to turn it around."
Eliades confirmed he is looking at potentially taking a fourth official to Penn State.
"I might still take one there also before I make a decision," he said. "I like that they are closer to home, but I've got to see how the Notre Dame trip goes first."
The Spartans improved to 7-3 after a tough 16-6 playoff victory over Wall Township last week.
"Our team is doing really well and we're going to play for the state title," he said. "It means a lot to me to see all our hard work pay off it's really big."
On December 3rd, Ocean Township and Eliades battle it out against 10-1 Hamilton North-Nottingham.