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Yeatman pulls the trigger

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One of southern California's top tight end prospects Will Yeatman (6-6, 255, 4.85) from San Diego (Calif.) Rancho Bernardo has pulled the trigger and he made his decision of what college he will attend known. A sampling of Yeatman's offers are Arizona, Arizona State, Duke, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina and Notre Dame.
"Yes it is a thrill to commit to Notre Dame," Yeatman said. "Obviously Notre Dame's program is going in the right direction."
"I will have a LaCrosse scholarship for the first year," Yeatman said. "That will allow me to continue playing a sport I love. The football scholarship will come in the second year."
"I'm just excited to be part of Notre Dame," Yeatman said. "I mean, it's Notre Dame."
"I'm now part of a great tradition of academics and athletics that is Notre Dame," Yeatman said. "I'm excited to see what my future will bring."
Notre Dame wins the services of Yeatman over several suitors.
The Fighting Irish get a player with a tremendous upside. He brings a lot of versatility and athleticism to the table. He could end up several positions for the Irish.
Rivals.com ranks Yeatman as the nation's No. 40 offensive tackle prospect for the class of 2006. He also made Rivals.com preseason California Top 100 team and landed as the Golden State's No. 79 prospect at any position.
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