Visit sways 4-star LB Deeb to choose Irish 

June, 29, 2012
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Notre Dame picked up commitment No. 16 on Friday as four-star inside linebacker Michael Deeb (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) gave his pledge to the Fighting Irish. The 6-foot-2, 238-pound prospect chose Notre Dame after camping in South Bend over the weekend.

American Heritage coach Jeff Dellenbach said a lot that went in to Deeb's decision to choose Notre Dame.

"He went up there and had a great experience. I think he saw it as a great opportunity as far as academics, high-caliber football and obviously the spiritual side," Dellenbach said. "That part of Notre Dame is very impressive. He just see's it as a real good fit for himself, and I don't think anyone could argue with that. He's very excited."
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