Blake Wesley was destined for Notre Dame


Blake Wesley sat at a table with hats from six schools spread out in front of him. He then reached to his right and grabbed the blue and gold one of Notre Dame. He tried to place it on his head — his basket of hair wasn’t having it — and removed his hoodie to reveal his future No. 0 blue and gold Notre Dame jersey. Just like that, within minutes, everything was over. (ND Insider)

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Blake Wesley was destined for Notre Dame


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