UPDATE (1/23, 5:11 p.m.): Following publication of this article, Sebastian LaRue announced via his Twitter account that he will not be visiting Notre Dame this weekend, and, in fact, is no longer interested in Notre Dame.
When Torii Hunter Jr. committed to Notre Dame back on Sept. 23 following his official visit during the weekend of the Irish's 13-6 victory over Michigan, it was thought the group was rounded out, as Corey Robinson and James Onwualu had already pledged to the Irish.
However, like any program, Notre Dame is always willing to consider interested high-profile prospects even when a position has been filled.
Such is the case with Santa Monica, California wide receiver Sebastian LaRue.
Formerly committed to USC, LaRue reopened his recruitment on Jan. 3 while in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, participating in the Under Armour All-American Game.
Once news of LaRue's decommitment broke, the Irish were quick to contact the 5'10", 175-pound receiver.
He, along with two other USC decommits who I will discuss in the following slides, will officially visit Notre Dame on Jan. 25, leaving just two weeks to make his college decision.
Texas A&M appears to be Notre Dame's stiffest competition, as LaRue visited the Aggies' College Station, Tex., campus last week.