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BREAKING NEWS: Jubilation Continues as He is Finally Back to Natre Dame for Camp….

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This spring, Notre Dame showed a clear interest in Sullivan Garvin.

The 2026 Michigan offensive lineman was invited to one of the Irish’s spring practices, which Garvin called “amazing,” a few days later he was invited to camp in South Bend.

“When I arrived, I really didn’t know much about them,” the Allgan High School player said to Irish Sports Daily. “It was lovely on campus when I arrived. I had never seen a more beautiful campus than this one. Additionally, I learned that they have 9,000 children, which is good because I don’t particularly enjoy the big-city vibe.

Joe Rudolph, the offensive line coach at Notre Dame, left a lasting impact right away.

Garvin said, “The football team is just outstanding.” “I think Coach Rudolph is great. To be honest, I appreciate the way everything is handled there. If an opportunity were to arise, I felt extremely comfortable staying there for four years.

Western Michigan is presently making an offer to Garvin.

Regarding the April 1st offer he received from the Broncos, Garvin stated, “That was pretty crazy.” “Being a Division I MAC school gave me a sense of confidence, as I assumed my first offer would be around a Division-II. It felt like maybe my dreams could come true.” It’s fun for me. Meeting all of these coaches and going on these in-school visits is enjoyable. It has been really thrilling.

“My goal is to demonstrate that I’m a player that Coach Rudolph and they both think is a good fit for their line,” Garvin said. “They said he could see me playing guard when they brought me out for spring practice since I’m approximately 6-5 and their tackles are often 6-7, 6-8, or 6-9. I could see myself playing guard, he remarked.
That was good to hear since there’s something special about Notre Dame. All I want to do is prove to him that I can play offensive line at their university, that I belong on their squad, and that I may be a guy they wish to have.”

The 295-pound, 6-foot-5 player will be quite active in June.

He will attend invitational camps at Penn State on June 7th, after Irish Invasion.

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