Greenwich, Conn. offensive lineman John Sullivan will be taking two official visit and then making a decision.
"I have a visit with BC set for this week," said the 6-foot-4, 270-pounder who is ranked as the No. 3 center in the country. "I'm going up on Thursday and the coming home on Saturday. I have Notre Dame in January, most likely on Jan. 17. That's it, those are the two trips."
Sullivan, who was supposed to visit BC a week ago but was sick with tonsilitis, has a clear favorite.
"Notre Dame is it," he said. "I'm visiting BC because I love coach (Dave) Magazu and I have trouble saying no to him. He's the greatest guy, but Notre Dame is where I want to be I'm pretty sure."
Magazu and BC head coach Tom O'Brien will be at Sullivan's house Thursday morning and he'll head up to BC with them after that. Notre Dame head coach Ty Willingham will visit the Sullivan house in January.
"If BC doesn't change my mind, I might commit to Notre Dame when I get back or sometime before my visit," he said. "Like I said, I know so much about them that I know I want to go there. I just feel I owe it to BC to visit."