College football fans never like seeing prospects committed to their favorite school on another team's game visitors list, but Detroit Cass Tech four-star safety Delano Hill said Iowa has nothing to worry about with his commitment after he visited Notre Dame on Saturday.
Hill traveled to South Bend with two of his Cass Tech teammates - 2014 wide receiver Damon Webb and 2015 running back Mikey Weber - who are both interested in the Fighting Irish. Hill, however, was there just to see a big college football game.
"I didn't plan this trip and don't have any other trips planned. I just went down there to enjoy the game," Hill said. "That was my first time being at Notre Dame. Their fans are crazy."
Notre Dame offensive coordinator Chuck Martin did talk with Hill and his Cass Tech teammates at the game, but the four-star prospect said the conversation was casual and there is not an active recruitment going on between the two parties at this time.
Hill committed to Iowa in April and maintains that commitment is still solidly in place.
"It's still strong," Hill said. "I still like [Iowa] and that's the school I want to go to."
Cass Tech dropped their first game of the 2012 season on Friday to Orchard Lake St. Mary's by a 13-6 final. Hill said he will be focused on his team's game this weekend and does not have any other visits planned in the near future. His official visit to Iowa will come later in the process and is the only one he plans to take.
"I think I will take my official visit at the same time as the other commits," Hill said. "I don't have any plans to go anywhere else right now."