SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Coaching news has dominated Notre Dame football's offseason of late, but the remaining Irish staff has still kept the recruiting train rolling.
Each week, we'll be keeping tabs on the new scholarship offers sent out by the Notre Dame coaches and tracking the recruiting process as the Irish turn their attention toward the 2016, 2017 and maybe even 2018 classes.
2016 class tight end Cary Angeline arrived in South Bend on Friday for an unofficial visit without an offer. He left with an offer in hand after meeting with Irish head coach Brian Kelly, according to 247Sports' Steve Wiltfong.
Angeline is the No. 10 tight end in the country and the No. 222 overall prospect in the 2016 class. An Exton, Pennsylvania, product, Angeline also added an offer from Alabama on Friday.
At this stage, Notre Dame has only extended offers to three 2016 class tight ends, two of whom are committed elsewhere.
According to Wiltfong, Angeline does not have a timetable for his decision and is not ready to name his top schools.
2017 class athlete Maleik Gray landed an offer from Notre Dame on Friday. The Tennessee native checks in as the top athlete in the country.
According to Irish247's Tom Loy, Gray plays linebacker in high school but could play all over the field. The 6'2", 192-pounder also boasts offers from LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Florida State, Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee, among others.
Prior to receiving his offer from Notre Dame, Gray said Florida State has emerged as his early leader, according to Ryan Callahan of GoVols247.
2016 class offensive tackle E.J. Price hauled in a Notre Dame offer Tuesday.
The No. 9 tackle and No. 74 overall player in the class, Price hails from Lawrenceville, Georgia, and also holds offers from Penn State, LSU, Texas A&M, Alabama, Michigan and Florida State, among others.
Per Loy, Price is expected to visit South Bend "in the coming months." The 6'6.5", 307-pounder attended Clemson's junior day late last month and is penciled in for Vanderbilt's junior event this weekend.
Unless otherwise noted, all recruiting stats and information courtesy of 247Sports, and all quotes obtained firsthand. Star ratings reflect 247Sports composite rankings.
Mike Monaco is a lead Notre Dame writer for Bleacher Report. Follow @MikeMonaco_ on Twitter.