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Notre Dame EARLY Recruit
Posted on Feb. 6, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Feb. 6, 2013 at 9:33 a.m.

10:15 a.m. UPDATE: Max Redfield has committed to Notre Dame, leaving Tarean Folston as the only verbal commit who hasn't signed this morning.

10:00 a.m UPDATE: Notre Dame has received letters of intent from Hunter Bivin, Cole Luke and Durham Smythe. Safety Max Redfield and running back Tarean Folston remain the final two verbal commits who have yet to sign their letters of intent.

Since Redfield lives in Mission Viejo, Calif., he wasn't able to submit his letter until 7 a.m. PT. Folston has been the one uncertain player in the 2013 lineup, having committed to Notre Dame in early January before being heavily recruited by Auburn in recent weeks.

NOTRE DAME — Notre Dame welcomed National Signing Day with a bang early Wednesday, Feb. 6.

The Irish kicked off their coverage at 7 a.m. and — as of 9:20 a.m. — have locked in 18 of their 23 verbal commits. The two biggest names among that list are running back Greg Bryant and linebacker Jaylon Smith, two of Notre Dame's 5-star verbal commits in the 2013 class.

Bryant and Smith join Devin Butler, Michael Deeb, Steve Elmer, William Fuller, Mike Heuerman, Torii Hunter Jr., Rashawd Kinlaw, Jacob Matuska, Mike McGlinchey, Colin McGovern, John Montelus, James Onwualu, Doug Randolph, Corey Robinson, Isaac Rochell and Malik Zaire as players who have submitted their letters of intent to Notre Dame.

Elmer, Heuerman, Onwualu, Robinson, Zaire have been enrolled at Notre Dame since January, whereas the other 13 signees faxed their letters Wednesday morning.

Hunter Bivin, Tarean Folston, Cole Luke, Durham Smythe and final 5-star Max Redfield are among the verbal commits who have not yet submitted their letters of intent.

Defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes, Notre Dame's last remaining big-name target, is set to announce his college choice at 8 p.m. ET Wednesday.

Here's a collection of Rachel Terlep's tweets from this morning's announcements.