Defensive end Keon Keeley, No. 24 overall prospect in 2023 class, decommits from Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Notre Dame on Wednesday lost a signing of its top-ranking recruit in the Class of 2023, defensive end Keon Keeley.

Keeley is ESPN’s 24th prospect overall and has been signed for the Irish since June 2021. He is a 6-foot-5, 230-pound recruit from Berkeley Prep in Tampa, Fla. and is ranked No. 1 on defense in the class.

Although Keeley was committed to Notre Dame, she visited Alabama in July and is now looking for a new school. The Crimson Tide are in the mix to land him, and Keeley had previously also received offers from Ohio State, Florida, where he visited in March, and a few others.

Without Keeley in the class, Notre Dame has 15 ESPN 300 acceptances and is now tied with Alabama for the most top 300 acceptances of any FBS program.

Ireland head coach Marcus Freeman and his staff still signed ESPN 300 linebacker Drayk Bowen and ESPN 300 defenders Brenan Vernon and Boubacar Traore in the class despite losing Keeley.

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/34416011/defensive-end-keon-keeley-no-24-overall-prospect-2023-class-decommits-notre-dame Defensive end Keon Keeley, No. 24 overall prospect in 2023 class, decommits from Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Emma Bowman

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