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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 78 Tommy Kraemer, right guard

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-5 5/8, 315 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Junior with three seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2018. Depth chart: After moving all around the offensive line this spring, Kraemer has settled in at right guard, where he will start with one of a trio of sophomores (Josh Lugg, Aaron Banks, Dillan Gibbons) as his

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 79 Cole Mabry, offensive tackle, incoming freshman

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-6, 275 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Incoming freshman with four years of eligibility remaining, including the 2018 season. Depth chart: Largely due to signing four offensive linemen a cycle ago, Notre Dame’s line reserves are well-stocked. Junior Liam Eichenberg will start at left tackle with sophomore Robert Hainsey at right tackle, and some

Freddy Canteen announces another transfer, leaving Notre Dame at 86 scholarships

The hook when receiver Freddy Canteen transferred to Notre Dame was he would get a chance to face his former school to open the 2018 season with Michigan visiting Sept. 1. That storyline will go unfulfilled after Canteen announced another transfer Friday afternoon. Thank you Notre Dame pic.twitter.com/NreSLPncMy — CANTEEN🐾 (@FreddCanteen_) May 25, 2018 Canteen

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 80 Micah Jones, receiver, early-enrolled freshman

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4 ½, 208 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Early-enrolled freshman with four years of eligibility remaining, including the 2018 season. Depth chart: It would be quite a reach for Jones to crack the receiver rotation this season. It is not necessarily a deep position group, but there are four somewhat-established options in seniors Miles

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 81 Miles Boykin, receiver

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, 227 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Senior with two seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2018. Depth chart: The combination of a memorable Citrus Bowl showing and a strong spring set up Boykin as Notre Dame’s top receiver, presumably starting isolated on the boundary. Recruiting: A consensus four-star recruit from the greater Chicago area,

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 82 Nic Weishar, tight end

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4 ¾, 245 pounds. 2018-19 year, eligibility: Fifth-year tight end with only eligibility in 2018 remaining. Depth chart: The springtime emergence of sophomore Cole Kmet bumped Weishar down to third on the depth chart among Notre Dame’s tight ends, but in Irish offensive coordinator Chip Long’s system with a dependence on multiple tight

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 83 Chase Claypool, receiver

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4 3/8, 229 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Junior with two seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2018. Depth chart: Claypool’s positioning on the depth chart hinges on how he compares to sophomore Michael Young. One of the two will be the second option among the receivers, earning the starting duties at the field receiver